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Cosmos Fire & Safety is an ISO-certified company that was established in 2000. We specialize in the design, manufacture, and installation of fire detection and suppression systems.

At Cosmos, we provide a wide range of fire protection services that can help keep your premises safe. We also have been providing top-quality fabrication services for fire and safety equipment for over 25 years. We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and our team of certified welders are available to fabricate any type of fire or safety equipment you need.

Whether you need a custom-designed fire suppression system or some simple repairs to your existing equipment, we can help. Call us today for a free consultation!

Some of the services we offer include:

  • Design and installation of new fire suppression systems
  • Inspection and testing of existing systems
  • Repairs and maintenance of fire suppression equipment
  • Custom fabrication of fire and safety equipment
  • Check the fire alarm system

At Cosmos Fire & Safety, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services possible. We offer a wide range of fire protection services, and our team of certified welders can fabricate any type of fire or safety equipment you need. 

Fire Safety Tips for Manufacturing Plants

Manufacturing plants are huge fire risks. There are many flammable materials being used, and often times the equipment is not properly maintained. Here are some tips to help keep your manufacturing plant safe from fires:

Install & Maintain Your Commercial Fire Protection System

If you’re running a manufacturing facility, it’s critical that you have a top-notch fire protection system in place. This system should include detection, suppression, and other elements to help protect your building and everyone inside it from fires. When designing or installing a fire protection system, be sure to work with an experienced provider who can tailor the solution to your specific needs. Once the system is in place, it’s also important to stay on top of maintenance and testing schedules to ensure everything is working as it should. By taking these precautions, you can help keep your facility, employees, and profits safe from fire damage.

Have a Fire Evacuation Plan For Your Manufacturing Facility

It’s important for every industrial facility to have a comprehensive fire evacuation plan in place. This plan should let your employees know exactly how to leave the building safely in a fire. Once complete, make sure your evacuation plan is clearly communicated, and display evacuation plan maps directly on facility walls. Hence, employees always know how to exit safely in the event of a fire.

Consider Special Hazard Fire Systems for Heavy Machinery and Equipment

Special hazard fire systems can be extremely beneficial for companies that rely on heavy machinery and equipment. These fire suppression systems are specifically designed to safeguard high-value and high-risk equipment such as large agricultural vehicles, CNC machines, cutters, grinders, and lathes. These machines usually work in or create hot environments and utilize highly combustible oil-based lubricants and coolants, meaning fires can start quickly and spread throughout your business rapidly. By detecting and suppressing fires in seconds, these systems can help protect the expensive machinery and prevent fires from spreading throughout a facility. This can ultimately help to protect people and property from fire-related.

Ensure Employees Have Adequate Fire Prevention & Response Training

Industrial and manufacturing plants are at a higher risk for fire due to the high-heat operations and flammable materials used. Manufacturing facilities should take extra care to ensure employees have adequate fire prevention and response training. Employees should be trained on how to identify potential fire hazards, how to use fire extinguishers properly, and what evacuation procedures to follow in the event of a fire. By taking these precautions, manufacturing plants can help prevent fires and ensure the safety of their employees.

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