Central States installs the full scope of fire protection systems, so we can match the right equipment to your building or residence. Our technicians and engineers are trained on the latest solutions, and excel at completing your project carefully and quickly.

We are your trusted resource for all these systems and more:

  • Wet Sprinkler Systems
    These rely on pressurized water, with individual sprinklers set off by heat. Anti-freeze solutions are often added to prevent freezing.
  • Dry Sprinkler Systems
    Used in colder conditions, with pipes containing pressurized air. When a sprinkler is activated, the air escapes, the valve opens, allowing water to flow through the system.
  • Deluge Sprinkler Systems
    Intended to quickly flood an entire area, sprinklers are open at all times. The deluge valve opens when a detection device is activated.
  • Pre-action Sprinkler Systems
    Operating faster than dry systems, water flows through the pipes as soon as a fire is sensed, activating the sprinkler heads.
  • Anti-Freeze Loops
    Separate from the rest of the sprinkler system, these loops protect areas that are prone to freezing.
  • Fire Pumps
    When you need more pressure than your local water system provides, a fire pump installation solves the problem.
  • Fire Alarm Systems
    We have the newest technology in heat and smoke detectors, duct smoke detectors and sensors, manual pull alarms and more.
  • Fire Extinguishers
    Let us install, test and maintain what is the essential first line of defense against small fires.
  • Foam Systems
    Foam systems are designed to disperse a pre-determined amount of foam to extinguish fires that contain flammable liquids.
  • Water Mist Systems
    Installed in areas where water damage would be detrimental to contents. Typically installed in data centers. Water Mist systems use less water than standard sprinkler systems but are more costly to install.
  • Clean Agent Systems
    These systems are installed in un-occupied computer rooms, telephone rooms and electrical rooms. Fires are extinguished by emitting a gas that removes oxygen from the room.
  • Explosion Detection and Suppression
    An explosion suppression system consists of explosion detector sensors; piston fire suppressors and a control panel. Explosion detector sensors respond to the pressure increase within a fraction of a second. The control panel receives the detection signal from the pressure sensors and sends a signal to piston fire suppressors. Suppressant is released into the dust collector and ductwork and quickly suppresses the explosion.