Unit 11, 83-85 Boundary Rd, Peakhurst, 2210

02 8582 7997

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Smart Technology Fire Suppression Systems

automatic fire sprinkler systems

Wet Sprinkler Systems

an active fire protection method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flowrate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected.

dry fire suppression system

Dry Sprinkler Systems

A dry pipe sprinkler system is one in which pipes are filled with pressurized air or nitrogen, rather than water.

We Design and Install:

Wet pipe

Wet pipe sprinkler systems are installed more often than all other types of fire sprinkler systems. They also are the most reliable, because they are simple, with the only operating components being the automatic sprinklers and (commonly, but not always) the automatic alarm check valve. An automatic water supply provides water under pressure to the system piping.


“Deluge” systems are systems in which all sprinklers connected to the water piping system are open. These systems are used for special hazards where rapid fire spread is a concern, as they provide a simultaneous application of water over the entire hazard

ESFR Systems

ESFR systems or Early Suppression Fast Response are typically used in warehouse buildings or tank farms, where there are large amounts of combustible and chemical goods being stored or handled.


Electronic sprinkler systems are systems comprising sprinklers in which the heat sensing operating element is replaced by electronic sensing and electronically triggered actuation.These systems are often used in scenarios that require fast response and controlled sprinkler operations, such as high-ceiling pallet racking storage with fast-burning commodities or dense storage applications.

Water spray

“Water spray” systems are operationally identical to a deluge system, but the piping and discharge nozzle spray patterns are designed to protect a uniquely configured hazard.hazards protected by water spray systems are electrical transformers containing oil for cooling or turbo-generator bearings. Water spray systems can also be used externally on the surfaces of tanks containing flammable liquids or gases (such as hydrogen). Here the water spray is intended to cool the tank and its contents to prevent tank rupture/explosion

Dry pipe

Dry pipe systems are the second most common sprinkler system type. Dry sprinkler systems are advantageous for protection of water sensitive areas, such as data centers, for protection of computer equipment, electrical control rooms, places that house documents or valueables.


Pre-action sprinkler systems are specialized for use in locations where accidental activation is especially undesirable, such as in museums with rare art works, manuscripts, or books; and data centers, for protection of computer equipment from accidental water discharge

Foam / water

 A foam water fire sprinkler system is a special application system, discharging a mixture of water and low expansion foam concentrate, resulting in a foam spray from the sprinkler. These systems are usually used with special hazards occupancies associated with high challenge fires, such as flammable liquids, and airport hangars.

Water mist

Water mist systems are used for special applications in which it is decided that creating a heat absorbent vapor is the primary objective. Water mist systems can operate with the same functionality as deluge, wet pipe, dry pipe, or pre-action systems. The difference is that a water mist system uses a compressed gas as an atomizing medium, which is pumped through the sprinkler pipe

AS 2118.1:2017

At Complete Fire and Pumps our technicians have the experience and qualifications to provide swift, efficient installation of your fire sprinkler system. Each sprinkler system is carefully tested so that you, your building officials and your insurance underwriters are satisfied. And if retrofitting is required, pre-assembly minimises disruptions to your business activities.

The Right Team

At Complete Fire and Pumps we believe that planning equals success. Our design and installation teams coordinate closely with all trades to determine the best routing and installation procedures. With the help of 3D modelling we strive for eliminating interference, for successful installation by all trades.

fire sprinkler systems

Field technicians taking pride in their work, is a “key to success”. Whether we’re installing piping in an open warehouse or above a ceiling in an office building, a clean installation is the standard.



Expert design and pre-fabrication are to minimise any disruption to the normal course of business during the installation process. Building retrofits can be designed for rapid installation and installed throughout the building with the least amount of interruption possible.

Fire Sprinkler Installations are completed in phases:
Pre-Installation Meeting
  • Review fire sprinkler blue prints.
  • Review any special materials to be used.
  • Schedule of items and tasks to be completed.
Delivery of Fire Sprinkler Material
  • Deliver pipe and material to a pre-determined area for storage and inspection.
Layout of Fire Sprinkler System
  • Sprinkler Heads
  • Control Valves
  • Check Valves
  • Pressure Gauges
  • Main Drain
  • Alarms
  • Inspectors Test Valve
  • Calculation Plate
  • Hangers
  • Mains
  • Branch Lines
Installation of Fire Sprinkler System
  • Accomplished by experienced, craftsman-certified sprinkler fitters trained to operate at the highest caliber of quality and safety
Completion of Fire Sprinkler System
  • Hydrostatic Testing
  • Completion of As-Builts
  • Final Inspection
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