Successful BAFE SP203-3 audit for Cannon Fire Protection.

Cannon Fire Protection our fire suppression division has completed B.A.F.E’s SP203-3 audit.  Part of the audit was an inspection of a system that was installed by Cannon’s engineers. Cannon passed with no non-conformities identified.

 The audit conducted by BAFE maintains Cannon’s BAFE Fixed Gaseous Fire Suppression systems SP203-3 accreditation.  This accreditation is relating to fixed gaseous fire suppression systems and having this accreditation enable Cannon design, install, commission & maintain fixed gas fire suppression systems.

Phil Burgin (Cannon Operations Director) said the following…

 “The focus on this visit was installation so a special mention should go to engineers Russ and Tom who fitted the system we viewed. Thank you to everyone and keep up the good work.”

This is applicable 3 main types of system that Cannon install

  • Inert gas
  • Synthetic gas
  • Firetrace systems

Fixed gas fire suppression systems are usually best suited to data centres because they don’t use water this minimises the risk of any suppressant destroying servers/computers. These systems are near instant activation and therefore minimises both the risk of it spreading but also minimises any downtime.

B.A.F.E. is a completely independent body. Meaning B.A.F.E. accreditations are earned not bought. Additionally, accreditations get assessed annually. Having the SP203-3 accreditation enables Cannon to give confidence to customers by letting them know that Cannon meets all relevant standards and have been independently audited by a third party (such as B.A.F.E.), this validates and verifies Cannon’s competency. Which is very important when considering something as life-saving as fire suppression.

To learn more about the BAFE SP203-3 you can visit BAFE official page, which contains all the information about the SP203-3 scheme.

 

 
About Cannon Fire Protection

With almost 30 years experience, Cannon Fire Protection has developed an excellent reputation within the fire protection industry throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. Independent auditing of our quality management systems, contracting and service operations ensures the very best provision of support in our sector. Cannon is part of the Asset Protection Group.

About APG

The Asset Protection Group comprises a group of Fire & Security companies with shared ownership and one common goal, protecting your most important assets. As a collective group, we look to offer protection to your assets to assist you with your ongoing success within your own business.

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