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FirePro Marine Fire Suppression Systems

Marine Fire Protection is a principal concern for naval engineers. On-board fires often escalate quickly, causing massive damage to equipment, facilities and the environment.

More importantly, they typically occur in remote areas where assistance is limited. Fire protection at sea is especially demanding, with many requirements in place to ensure maritime operations are protected from fire.

Vessel and offshore fires usually start in engine rooms, machinery, electrical controls and storage rooms. Many fire locations are typically in out-of-sight compartments that are often difficult to access making emergency firefighting a challenging task.

Ship owners and operators are keen to protect marine assets with the best-on-offer fire suppression systems. FirePro meets and surpasses expectations in marine fire protection.

FirePro protects at low maintenance cost a wide variety of vessels ranging from large to small. With strict compliance to marine codes of practice and standards, FirePro systems are easily installed on new or retrofit applications in a comfortably short time.

Why choose FirePro?

Very Small Footprint – Compact – Easily Fitted In challenging Areas
Lightweight – Up to 60% less weight than pressurised gas systems
No pipework required
Lower cost of ownership than pressurised systems
No re-filling requirements
Modular – Installed inside the enclosure it protects
Manually or automatically activated
Suitable for classes of fire: A, B, C, F, D
Simple to design
Easy to Inspect & Maintain
Regulated by Local & International Standards
FirePro carries more marine approvals than any other aerosol system, including UL, ULC, LPCB, Wheelmark, DNV, Maritime NZ, AMSA, ABS, RINA and more…

Approvals & Certifications


Fire Safety Equipment carry and stock a very wide range of FirePro marine suppression control equipment to suit vessels operating under all marine guidelines and regulations from local Maritime NZ/AMSA through to MCA, CE, DNV etc. Contact us today to discuss your vessel and survey requirements.