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Taking the heat off with workable fire safety solutions

Fire safety and suppression measures are essential for ensuring your facility is protected even when things go wrong. CNF is highly experienced in finding innovative, cost effective and workable solutions that meet the individual needs of our clients.

As your fire safety and suppression advisor, we:

  • Work with industrial facilities that are complex and do not have standard fire safety and suppression approaches in the way commercial or residential sites do.
  • Find workable fire safety and suppression systems that suit your needs and budget.
  • Undertake mechanical design, piping design and hydraulic modelling.

Fire safety and suppression measures are essential for ensuring your facility is protected even when things go wrong. CNF is highly experienced in finding innovative, cost effective and workable solutions that meet the individual needs of our clients.

As your fire safety and suppression advisor, we:

  • Work with industrial facilities that are complex and do not have standard fire safety and suppression approaches in the way commercial or residential sites do.
  • Find workable fire safety and suppression systems that suit your needs and budget.
  • Undertake mechanical design, piping design and hydraulic modelling.

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