Sprinkler System Design

Our main area of expertise is the design of water-based fire protection systems. Water is a versatile and effective fire suppressant, and water-based fire protection systems are the most common form of fire suppression. We provide high-quality drawings, hydraulic calculations, and specifications for these systems. All of our drawings and documents are thoroughly reviewed by our licensed Professional Engineer, who then signs and stamps them for approval.

Fire Alarm System Design

An effective fire detection and alarm system is a crucial component in the fire protection of any building. Unfortunately, many fires occur in buildings and often result in loss of life. Implementing fire detection and alarm systems in buildings can greatly decrease the number of deaths caused by fire, as they give early warning of any potential hazards.

Clean Agent System Design

Water suppression systems are not the only option for fire protection. Clean agent systems offer an alternative form of suppression using media that do not have the negative impacts of traditional water systems. This can be particularly useful for protecting critical equipment where minimizing disruption is a priority in the event of a fire.

Fire Safety Planning

Having a Fire Safety Plan in place is crucial for the protection of your employees, customers, and business. According to Section 2.8 of the Ontario Fire Code, all building occupancies must have an approved Fire Safety Plan. The owner or manager is responsible for ensuring the development of a Fire Safety Plan, which must be tailored specifically to the building. Loyal Fire Protection, based in Ontario, offers services to assist you in creating a customized Fire Safety Plan that is unique to your business. Contact us today to begin the process of developing your Fire Safety Plan.

Alternative Solutions Development

When a design proposed by the consulting team does not comply with the specific requirements outlined in the relevant Building Code or Building By-Law, the Code allows for the submission of an alternative solution that still achieves the life safety and fire protection goals set forth in the Code or By-Law. In past Codes, such alternative solutions were referred to as “equivalencies.”