Integrity Fire Protection, LLC offers a range of services that benefit Developers, General Contractors and Construction Managers. We provide wet, dry, pre-action, foam, and several special hazard systems that meet all state and local codes while keeping ease of system maintenance a high priority for building owners. Assistance in code interpretation and pre-construction scope development is also available.
INDUSTRIES WE SERVE
As a quality fire protection contractor in Indiana, Integrity Fire Protection is well equipped for all of your fire protection needs. Whether you need a fire sprinkler system for a new or existing building, we are capable of engineering any type of system required. Our proficiency with AutoCAD and HydraCAD paves the way for precise drawings and accurate installation no matter how much detail the job involves. With over 45 years of fire protection industry experience, Integrity Fire Protection has the knowledge and expertise that your project deserves. We look forward to earning your trust and respect while becoming part of your life safety team.
Other Fire Protection Services
Inspection, Testing and Maintenance
Tenant Buildout & Remodeling
HydraCAD / AutoCAD
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
FM 200 (waterless suppression)
FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
We are capable of engineering any type of system required. Our proficiency with AutoCAD and HydraCAD paves the way for precise drawings and accurate installation no matter how much detail the job involves. With over 40 years of fire protection industry experience, Integrity Fire Protection has the knowledge and expertise that your project deserves.
Wet pipe systems are the most common type of sprinkler system installed today. The simple yet efficient design contains basic operating components that will signal an alarm and allow for the release of water.
Dry pipe systems are installed in spaces where temperatures can reach below 40 degrees Fahrenheit potentially freezing stagnant water within pipes.
Deluge systems are used in high hazard areas in which rapid fire spread is a concern. This open head concept allows systems to provide a simultaneous application of water from all sprinklers to the entire hazard.
Specialized for use in locations where accidental activation is undesired, such as in museums with rare art work, manuscripts, or books; as well as data centers for protection of computer equipment from accidental water release.
Special Hazard Systems are designed for sensitive areas that will not allow for water based sprinkler systems. These can be found in IT centers, robotics labs, and clean room environments.