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Amerex - Pre Engineered Fire Suppression Systems


Pre Engineered Kitchen Systems (KP)

Kitchen Protection (KP) Restaurant Fire Suppression System
The Amerex KP Restaurant Fire Suppression System offers appliance-specific coverage. This System is ideal for uses where appliance location is fixed such as in fast food chains, casual dining, cruise ships and school cafeterias. This System comes with 3 automatic detection options - fusible links, linear pneumatic and linear fusible links. 


Zone Defense (ZD) Restaurant Fire Suppression System
The Amerex ZD Restaurant Fire Suppression System adds greater flexibility by letting you reconfigure a kitchen or move appliances without moving nozzles. The ZD system was designed specifically for fine dining, culinary schools, military facilities, hotels and hospitals.  This System comes with 3 automatic detection options - fusible links, linear pneumatic and linear fusible links.
• High Nozzle Placement
• Low Maintenance Costs
• Overlapping Spray Design uses less Suppression Agent
• Automatic Detection
• Non-corrosive Suppression Agent



KP Brochure Summary

ZD Brochure



Pre Engineered Vechicle Fire Suppression Systems (VS)


Amerex Vehicle Fire Supression systems are for off-road vehicles found in the mining, waste management, mass transit and forestry and agricultural industries.

Fire destroys industrial equipment, it causes losses, decreased property value, and in many cases, loss of human lives. Amerex is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fire fighting equipment, with more engineering, manufacturing experience than anyone else in the industry. We can protect your equipment from fire with a suppression system designed specifically for the purpose.

Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are and installed to suppress a fire before it can reach the operator or passenger areas, quickly and efficiently.

Industrial vehicles are plagued with potential fire hazards. We can identify these hazards and protect your equipment with a fixed fire suppression system. Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are designed to warn the operator and suppress the fire, protecting both. Our automatic systems suppress the fire in its earliest stages before it becomes fully established and spreads into highly combustible areas. As a result, damage is limited and equipment down time is held to a minimum. Considering the protection provided, these systems are cost efficient.

Safety Net Control Panel 

Safety Net is a step up from the standard control panel.  It features


  • Zoned Heat Detection and Zoned Fire Protection
  • Allows for Delayed System Release, Multiple and Second Shot Release
  • Simple programming features allow for design flexibility
  • Event Data Recording with Time and Date Stamp
  • Multiple Sensor Input Types : Spot Heat Sensors, Linear Heat Detection, Optical Flame Sensors


VS Brochure
VS Warranty
Safety Net (SN) Brochure
Safety Net (SN) Typical Schematics


Pre Engineered Industrial Systems (IS)


The Amerex Industrial Fire Suppression (IS) System uses our ABC (Model 555) dry chemical, capable of suppressing Class A (wood, paper, pulp), Class B (flammable liquids) and Class C (live electrical equipment), since many industrial hazards involve a variety of fuel sources. The IS system incorporates an automatic detection system that will operateThe Amerex “IS” system uses our exclusive ABE (Model 555) dry chemical. ABE dry chemical suppresses more fire, by volume, than any other agent.  ABE dry chemical has quick flame “knock-down” and can help to secure Class A fires against re-ignition. Since many hazards involve a variety of fuel sources, our ABE dry chemical, with protection against Class A (wood, paper, pulp), Class B (flammable liquids) and Class C (live electrical equipment) is the agent that is best suited for most Industrial hazards.

The Amerex “IS” industrial system incorporates an automatic detection system that will operate in case of a fire anytime, 24/7, even if no one is present. As with the rest of the “IS” system design and philosophy, the automatic fire detection system uses fewer components which saves on installation and maintenance costs.  Fewer cylinders, fewer nozzles, less pipe.

The Amerex “IS” industrial system uses fewer nozzles, including a unique “3-way” nozzle that eliminates the need for two separate nozzles for many situations. In some cases this may even eliminate an extra agent cylinder!

The Amerex “IS” has the first UL Listing allowing nozzles to be placed up to 23’-4” above the floor – now you can protect large vehicle paint spray booths that are used for trucks and heavy equipment with a fully UL Listed system that has been specifically tested using live fires for this application.

First Industrial system to be listed by UL under the newest edition of test Standard 1254 for nozzle heights up to 23’-4”above the floor – excellent for covering truck and heavy equipment spray booths.  Nozzles may be placed down the center of a standard sized booth to make filter replacement easy.

The Amerex “IS” system has unique UL Listings that allow for options regarding the placement of nozzles. Nozzles may be placed in the traditional “H” pattern or they may be placed “Inline” down the center of the ceiling or even at the side walls. This allows nozzles to be placed out of the way for periodic replacement of the filters saving you time, money and hassle.

“New Coverage” – The Amerex “IS” System has a new nozzle, the TFP (Total Flooding Perimeter) nozzle. A single IS45 cylinder using two TFP nozzles will cover 30% more volume – 5,440 cu. ft. – compared to the standard coverage using four TF nozzles. Locating the TFP nozzles on the perimeter saves on system components, number of cylinders and piping. Nozzle location will be easier while a typical system installation will require less equipment and less installation time. in case of a fire anytime, even if no people are present.

  • • Automatic Detection
  • • Low Maintenance Costs
  • • UL Rated



IS Brochure Summary
IS Brochure Detailed