How to Refill Novec 1230 and FM-200 Fire Suppression System

May 12, 2022

Over time, your system can degrade, become seized, or lose pressure: that's why it is important to have your fire suppression system serviced at regular intervals. Performing this job yourself can be extremely dangerous and interfere with the correct operation of the fire suppression system. Contacting a licensed company will allow you to have your fire suppression system serviced by an authorized technician, ensuring the job is done right.

Control Fire Systems is UL/ULC Listed Clean Agent Recycling and Refilling Facility

Control Fire Systems has all of the clean agents available for your fire suppression system now in stock. No matter what clean agent you are looking for, we are able to assist you in refilling or servicing your equipment. Our experts are ready around the clock to provide our service and keep you safe.

Being a UL/ULC facility means that we are an authorized dealer of both Novec 1230 and FM 200. In fact, we are the only station in Canada that is ULC listed for both fill and recharge services. Upgrading your fire suppression system and keeping it up to date is easy when working with Control Fire Systems, as we have the ability to recycle old and dangerous fire suppression agents such as Halon 1301 and replace them with a modern, less harmful equivalent.

Our service technicians are authorized and qualified to work on several of the leading brands and types of fire suppression cylinders, including: Kidde, Chemetron, Fenwal, Sevo, Ansul, FireFlex, Fike, Minimax, Siemens, and Sea-Fire. We work with a wide variety of fire suppression agents that fit the needs of our clients and the places they wish to protect. The fire suppression agents we work with are: HFC-227, FM-200, 3M Novec 1230, C02, Halon 1301, Halotron, and FE-36. Our customers, their safety, and their buildings are our number one priority. We offer 24/7 emergency system cylinder recharge and refilling so that no matter when fire strikes, we will be there to keep you protected.

Control Fire Systems is authorized to buy and sell chemicals that are associated with fire suppression. If you need to buy fire suppression chemicals or replace your old ones, we are the service for you. We may be able to purchase the fire suppression chemicals you no longer need or want, providing you with the knowledge that they will be stored, used, or recycled properly.

We have partnered with Wesco USA for Halon 1301, meaning our clean agent refills are always supplied with the fire suppression agents you require. Wesco USA is a leading supply-chain solutions company that ensures we keep our products well-stocked. If your fire suppression system is Kidde-Fenwal, we are authorized to service your fire suppression system from the First Fill and every successional fill thereafter. Control Fire Systems guarantees that all clean agents have been tested with certificates, and surpass industry standards.

Control Fire Systems is your one-stop shop for all of your fire suppression needs. We are fully licensed and certified to perform refills on and maintain your Novec 1230, FM-200, and other fire suppression systems. Protecting you and your property from fire is our business, and we do it best. Our technicians are available for you and the protection of your building at any time - if you have any questions or concerns, give us a call at 1-866-525-8514 or visit us in person at 63 Advance Road, Toronto.

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