• Fire Protection Labor

    Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. ... One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training. Providing you with peace of mind, knowing that your facilities, and the people who live, work and play in them are safe from the destruction of fire. I work hand-in-hand with owners, architects, general contracts and other trades to ensure that your fire protection is integrated within your facility in a manner that does not interfere with the construction, and other building components.

    A Backflow Preventer is a device that’s installed that allows water to flow in one direction. A backflow preventer is very important, its sole job is to prevent water from being contaminated. Griffin Fire & Pipe is certified company to test, repair or install backflow prevention assemblies in Ohio and Kentucky. Some people ask why do backflow needs tested yearly? Backflow have internal seals, springs and moving parts that are subject to fouling, wear or fatigue. Therefore, all backflow need testing yearly to ensure that are the parts are functioning properly with a calibrated gauged equipment. Griffin Fire & Pipe is ready to help you with all your backflow needs with our company you will get: · Experienced, State-Certified Technician · After hours and weekend testing · All regular paperwork completed for you
  • Piping

    Fires can do a lot of damage very fast. Having a well-maintained automatic sprinkler system can help maintain the fire until firefighters arrive. The purpose of a Fire Sprinkler System is to provide an appropriate amount of water to extinguisher fires before they get the opportunity to grow and spread throughout the room. There are 4 types of Sprinkler System that can be installed: Wet Pipe System – This is the most common, this is wet sprinkler pipe employing automatic sprinkler heads attached to a piping system containing water and connected to a water supply so that water discharges immediately from sprinkler heads opened by heat from the fire. Dry System – this system has the pipes filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, rather than water. The air holds a remote valve, known as the dry pipe valve in the closed position. The dry pipe valve prevents water from entering the pipes until the fire causes a sprinkler heads to go off. The air then escapes filling pipe with water letting the sprinkler heads do their job. Deluge System – these systems have the water piping system open; the heating sensing operating element has been removed. These systems are used for special hazard where rapid fire spread is a concern. Water is not present in the piping until the system operates. Pre-Action System – This system are specialized for use in locations where accidental activation is undesirable, such as museums with rare art work or data centers, for protection of computer equipment from accidental water discharge.
  • Special Hazard System

    What is a Special Hazard Fire Protection System? · Any area containing equipment or processes of exceptionally high value · Any area containing unique or irreplaceable assets · Any area or process where the revenue produced or its function valve than the equipment itself These systems can be in a building, an area, a room or a piece of equipment. Some of the most common places you would find a special hazard system would be data centers, telecommunication, power generation, manufacturing and testing facilities and healthcare facilities. These systems are to: · Designed to quickly detect an incipient fire or heat condition · Designed to suppress fires when sprinklers are not appropriate as the first and only mean of fire protection · Designed to protect people · Designed to limit the loss of assets, information and revenue · Require uniquely trained and qualified personnel to design, install, service, repair and maintain the system. Some common fire suppression agents used in these systems are: · Clean Agents · Inert Gases · Water Mist · Foam · Hybrid Systems · Dry Chemical