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About UNITED Fire Systems

UNITED Fire Systems is a division of United Fire Protection Corporation specializing in the manufacturing of fire suppression equipment. Our current product offering includes: PREACTION-PAC (FM Approved), NITROGEN-PAC Self-Contained (SC) Series (FM Approved), NITROGEN-PAC Modular (M) Series, STANDPIPE-PAC, and AR-1 Air Release for Wet Sprinkler Systems (FM Approved). Our products have unique qualities and features that set them apart from comparable competitors’ products. Reputation, accompanied by years of industry expertise, are the driving factors that enable us to design and manufacture state-of-the-art protection equipment that cannot be found anywhere else.

United Fire Systems Building June 2014 Preaction Sprinkler Suppression

United Fire Protection Corporation LogoOur parent company, United Fire Protection Corporation, was founded in 1988 as a complete fire protection contractor.  Our foundation of established professionals enabled us to be on the cutting edge of fire protection technology from our inception.  Many team members have worked at related companies in our industry, bringing expertise and insight unique in today’s fast-paced fire protection industry.  We participate in many local and national fire protection associations to maintain our superior expertise.  Our corporate culture sets us apart – we are loyal to and respect each other and all of our customers.  We will do anything and everything necessary so that our customers have a first-class experience doing business with us.  Commitment.  Experience.  Innovation.  That is United Fire Protection Corporation.


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Did You Know?
  • Your dry-pipe or preaction system piping may look brand new on the outside, but what about inside? Residual water and oxygen in the pressurized air could be rusting the interior of that pipe right now. This rust can weaken the pipe, cause pinholes to form, and even clog up the sprinkler heads in the event of a fire. NFPA 25 – Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems mandates internal inspection of sprinkler pipes at least every 5 years. Are your pipes rusty? Have them internally inspected by a qualified fire protection contractor before it’s too late.