Janus Fire Systems is a full-service fire protection manufacturer and designer dedicated to providing unsurpassed fire protection solutions for any hazard type by integrating proven fire protection technology. Janus Fire Systems combines experience and innovation with high-quality manufacturing and dedicated customer service.
Janus Fire Systems offers a full range of services, from system design and manufacturing to site survey, hazard analysis, project management, consulting, field commissioning, testing, and training. We also offer on-site project technical support, project integration, and fire protection turnkey capabilities. The Janus professional staff has expertise in all areas of special systems project development and implementation.
Janus Fire Systems employs an experienced staff of engineers, designers, and technicians for all areas of special hazard fire protection. Janus's professional staff is OSHA and NICET certified. Janus Fire Systems is ISO certified and associated with the SFPE. Members of the Janus team also currently sit on the FSSA and NFPA technical committees.
Janus Fire Systems designs and manufactures clean agent suppression systems utilizing either FM-200® or 3M™ Novec™ 1230 Fluid. These non-conductive and human-safe systems are typically installed to protect the following locations and equipment:
Janus Fire Systems manufactures and designs both low-pressure systems where the carbon dioxide is stored in refrigerated ASME pressure vessels and high-pressure systems where the CO2 is stored in pressurized spun steel cylinders.
Janus Fire Systems also designs retrofit control systems for upgrading existing carbon dioxide systems to meet recently revised NFPA guidelines. Carbon dioxide systems are used in the following industries and locations:
Foam systems are typically used where flammable liquids are present. There are multiple types of foam, but each type is formed by the same three basic parts: air, in the form of bubbles; water delivered in a specific density within an area; and foam concentrate injected into the water stream through a proportioner. Foam systems are generally implemented in locations such as the following:
In water-based sprinkler systems, piping is connected to an adequate water supply based on the hazard being protected so that water is discharged immediately following the actuation of a sprinkler head. Water-based systems are utilized in locations and applications such as:
Janus Fire Systems carries both conventional and addressable control panels and accessories to complement and control any type of fire suppression system. Among the devices and stations available are the following: