Fire Equipments & Accessories Certified Dealer Kenya

Looking for fire equipment in Nairobi Kenya, buy from Mall+254 and have it delivered at your doorstep, buy a fire extinguisher, Fire pannel, smoke detectors, and horse rail. we not only install them at an affordable rate but also maintain them for you. Buy Fire Equipments & Accessories Best Price

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KSh22,000.00 + VAT
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Break Glass for Key

KSh4,000.00 + VAT
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CO2 Fire Extinguisher 9 Litres

KSh7,500.00 + VAT
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KSh4,000.00 + VAT
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Fire Alarm Panels

KSh24,000.00 + VAT
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Fire Blanket 1.8m x 1.8m

KSh3,500.00 + VAT
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Fire Resistance Cable

KSh10,500.00 + VAT
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Fire Sign

KSh550.00 + VAT
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Foam Fire Extinguisher

KSh7,000.00 + VAT
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KSh18,000.00 + VAT
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Manual Fire Alarm Break Glass

KSh1,500.00 + VAT

   

Fire Equipment’s Best Price

Protecting your home and business from fire and fire-related cases should be in one person's budget as fire can render a person jobless and bankrupt at any given time. There is so much fire equipment that should be installed in one premise to protect against fire.
  1. Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguisher is essential safety equipment for all domains whether it is your house, office, factory, or vehicle. Our fire extinguishers are certified by leading global safety certification agencies like UL, LPCB, CE. We are able to conduct an inspection at your premises to ensure that you have the right extinguishers as per the fire code.
The principle fire extinguisher types currently available include:
Extinguishing Agent    Principle Use
Waterwood and paper fires - not electrical
Foamflammable liquid fires - not electrical
Carbon dioxideelectrical fires
Dry Chemicalflammable liquids and electrical fires
Wet chemicalfat fires - not electrical
Special Purposevarious (eg metal fires)
 

2. Valves and Risers

Valves are useful to regulate, control, and direct the flow of fluid through certain passageways. Wet Risers help distribute water to multiple levels as a component of fire fighting. Dry Risers can be connected to external pressurized water systems. Landing valves are to be installed on every floor of your building. Breeching inlets are installed outside the building where it can be accessed by the fire brigade personnel.

3. Hose Reels and Cabinets

Every hose reel offers an immediate supply of continuous water which will allow you to combat fires quickly. Fire hose reels are suitable for installation in a wide range of buildings. Cabinets are built to accommodate and store fire hose reels, breeching inlets, and other equipment. They range from Double vertical cabinets to Fire Hose Reel Cabinets

4. Fire Hydrants

Fire hydrants are vital products for firefighting teams to combat fires as they provide a ready supply of water. Our products range from the dry type pillar fire hydrant which eliminates damage to the hydrant caused by freezing of the upper part to underground hydrant are valves of screw-down type and are suitable for a maximum working pressure of 16 bar.

5. Hoses and Accessories

High-pressure hoses can carry water or fire retardants to a fire to extinguish it. We provide hoses and accessories that are globally certified and range from a single jacket hose to a handheld branch pipe.

6. Fire Alarm Panels

Fire detection & alarm system has a number of devices working together to detect and warn people through visual and audio appliances when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present. These alarms may be activated automatically from smoke detectors, and heat detectors or may also be activated via manual fire alarm activation devices such as manual call points or pull stations. Alarms can be either motorized bells or wall mountable sounders or horns.  

 Conventional Fire Alarm Systems

Conventional fire alarm systems consist of manual call points, fire detectors, sounders, beacons, and other devices grouped into zones. Each zone is a single wiring circuit which represents a physical area within a building. Communication between devices and the control panel is limited and typically only has three states: standby, fault, and fire. Conventional panels can only narrow down the location of a possible fire or fault as being somewhere within one or more zones. These fire alarm systems usually have very basic options for expansion, such as repeater panels which mimic the display and controls of the main panel and relay connections to link for example with security alarm systems. Being the oldest and simplest technology it is certainly still reliable. Conventional systems are usually much cheaper than Addressable systems.

Addressable Fire Alarm Systems

Addressable fire alarm systems use “loop” wiring, which terminates at the panel and allows for more advanced communication between devices. Each device, such as fire detector, manual break point, sounder or beacon fitted in a loop is given an address and a descriptive text, which can be displayed on a screen on the fire alarm control panel.   The devices can be grouped into zones via programming or configuration in order to satisfy the requirements of BS 5839-1, but an addressable fire alarm system also offers powerful features such as cause-and-effect rules which are not available on Conventional systems. In terms of networking, remote display and remote control panels are available while main control panels can also be connected to create very large systems, and often there are options for Internet connectivity for remote management.

Fire safety advantages with Fire Equipments systems

  • Certainty of avoiding the outbreak and spread of fire
  • Retaining access to protected areas at any time
  • Proactive and permanent fire protection to secure business processes and valuable goods
  • Protecting multiple hazards with just one system
  • Fire protection without any interruption - no refilling or replacement needed
  • Absolute safety for human beings through using breathable air - no nitrogen injection
  • Environmentally friendly - no chemicals used
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Very small footprint and little building space needed
  • Scalable to any size of protected areas and number of protected compartments
  • No design limitations
  • No damages by fire, released water, foam or other extinguishing agents
  • No excessive piping, no nozzles, no pressurized cylinders, no leaking
  • No false discharges , no discharge failures, no loss of work time , no interruptions of working processes, no consequential costs
  • No disruption of working processes, no consequential costs, no closing of unusable areas due to fire damages, clean-up or repair