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Titan Fire Protection believes training and education are critical in our ever advancing industry. Here at Titan Fire Protection, our staff routinely participates in training provided by various industry groups and manufacturers. Our apprentices are required to complete the California American Fire Sprinkler Association (CAFSA) program graduating as skilled and trained journeymen. We believe staying current on the latest codes, standards, and products allow us to provide an unparalleled level of quality and pride in everything we do. Our experienced staff will ensure that all systems that are designed by Titan Fire Protection meet or exceed all applicable requirements, regardless of the scope, location, or jurisdiction.



Our design team includes NICET certified Engineering Technicians. Our Engineering Technicians have a wealth of experience. They are capable of working with the latest technology and in both 2-D and 3-D drawing formats. Furthermore, our Engineering Technicians have the experience and knowledge to take your project from the early stages of design development through fabrication,
installation, and occupancy.



Our Installation Technicians work closely with the design and procurement teams to ensure that all systems are installed in accordance with the approved project documents. At Titan Fire Protection our technicians are thoroughly vetted to ensure they uphold the highest standard of professionalism and workmanship. We require our Installation technicians to participate in ongoing training throughout the year covering a wide variety of installation, testing, maintenance, and safety practices. This training allows our Installation Technicians to deliver the high standard of workmanship that we expect, and that you deserve!


Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance

Proper inspection, testing, and maintenance are crucial to the serviceability and longevity of your Fire Protection System. Our inspectors are NICET Certified in the inspection and testing of water based systems. Titan Fire Protection starts our inspection contracts with a thorough investigation of all your systems. This initial inspection allows us to establish a base line system status. We follow up our investigation with a customer meeting to discuss our findings. During this meeting, we develop an inspection and testing program to ensure the long term serviceability of your Fire Protection System.

Here at Titan Fire Protection, we make every effort to minimize disruptions regardless of the scope of work. Our staff will contact you to schedule predetermined inspections and make all necessary arrangements with appropriate personnel to gain access to the building.

Inspection information will be provided in an easy to read report along with a detailed estimate for any recommended maintenance or repairs. As always, our staff is available to offer any support you may need



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A sprinkler system employing automatic sprinklers attached to a piping system containing water and connected to a water supply so that water discharges immediately from sprinklers opened by heat from a fire.


A sprinkler system employing automatic sprinklers that are attached to a piping system containing air or nitrogen under pressure, the release of which (sprinkler opening) permits the water pressure to open a valve and water then flows into the piping and out the opened sprinkler.


A sprinkler system employing open sprinklers that are attached to a piping system that is connected to water supply through a valve that is opened by the operation of a detection system installed in the same area as the sprinklers. When the valve opens, water flows into the piping system and discharges from all sprinklers.


An engineered system available in three application configurations: total flooding (for unoccupied areas), local application, or hand-hose line. System includes detectors, a control unit, agent storage cylinders, piping and discharge nozzles. Gaseous carbon dioxide rapidly suppresses fire by a combination of cooling and oxygen displacement. Discharge duration and agent flow rates are customized for the individual application.


A sprinkler system employing closed sprinklers that are attached to a piping system that contains air or nitrogen. Pre-action systems can be found in three different configurations, single interlock systems admit water to sprinkler piping upon operation of detection devices. A non-interlock system admits water to sprinkler piping upon operation of detection devices or automatic sprinklers. A double interlock system admits water to sprinkler piping upon operation of both detection devices and an automatic sprinkler.


Ultra high speed fire suppression with a rapid response time from detection of an energy source to water exiting the system nozzle(s).


A term used to describe the use of inert gases and chemical agents to extinguish a fire. Also called Clean Agent Fire Suppression. The system typically consists of the agent, agent storage containers, agent release valves, , fire detection system (wiring control panel, actuation signaling), agent delivery piping, and agent dispersion nozzles.


A distribution system connected to a water supply or water atomizing media that is equipped with one or more nozzles capable of delivering water mist intended to control, suppress, or extinguish fires. System configurations include dry pipe, engineered, local application, pre-action, pre-engineered, and wet pipe.


Low expansion foam agents are an aggregate of gas-filled bubbles made by mixing air into a water solution containing a foam concentrate. Foam agents are of lower density than flammable and combustible liquids, which allows the foam to float over a burning liquid surface and form a continuous blanket that seals volatile combustible vapors from access to air. Low expansion foam agents have expansion ratios up to 20:1.


Concentrate and water are mixed in the correct proportion by various methods to form a foam solution. This solution flows to a Foam Generator with a water powered motor. It is then discharged through a nozzle onto a fine mesh stainless steel screen. A rotating fan in the generator forces large volumes of air through the stainless steel screen as the foam solution is sprayed onto it. The air mixes with the foam solution to form a large discharging mass of stable bubbles. This highly expanded foam mass quickly fills large areas flowing around obstacles and flooding the area.


These are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).