Mobile Fire Suppression Systems
Protect your work vehicles and operators from out-of-control flames with our dependable vehicle suppression systems. Our easy-to-install fire safety systems are designed to quickly detect and suppress fires, ensuring your safety and minimizing damage to valuable equipment.
- Rapid detection and activation
- Advanced suppression agents
- Customizable fire suppression systems
- Enhanced operator safety
Expert Protection for Your Speciality Equipment
At State Fire Idaho, safety is our top priority. Our MSHA-certified technicians have specialized in mining and vehicle fire safety for over 20 years, so we know how to properly service and recommend fire suppression systems for your heavy machinery. With our knowledge of a variety of chemical systems and technical skills, we’ll keep your drivers and school buses, tractors, big rigs, and other specialty vehicles safely operating.
Our Types of Fire Suppression Systems
We specially design and outfit our mobile suppression systems to your unique vehicles and needs. They’re always tested to meet strict quality, safety, and production standards.
Clean Agent Systems
Dry Chemical Systems
Dual Agent Systems
Wet Chemical Systems
Servicing & Maintenance Tailored to You
We go beyond installing automatic fire suppression kits to your mobile equipment. We also maintain and inspect them, so you have peace of mind knowing everything will work as it should if a fire starts. Plus, our emergency service team is on call 24/7 to help in critical situations.
Our Fire Suppression System Affiliations
State Fire Idaho works together with premier manufacturers, engineers, and agencies to offer the best fire protection systems for your equipment.
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Get Fire Suppression for Your Commercial Equipment
Ready to install approved fire suppression systems on your mining vehicle or equipment? Submit a service request or speak with our expert team at State Fire Idaho today!