Sea-Fire benefits from more than 40 years of experience in marine fire suppression technology. We are a global leader in the design and manufacture of fire suppression and fire detection systems for the commercial marine and pleasure craft industry.
With Sea-Fire’s fire suppression systems, people enjoy the peace of mind only constant protection provides. Onboard and always on, Sea-Fire’s range of fire suppression products offer the ultimate in 24/7 fire protection: with no hands-on firefighting required.
We are trusted to ensure continuous product improvement and innovation such as recently tested and approved marine fire suppression systems featuring environmentally sustainable fire suppressant – NOVECTM 1230 from 3M Corporation.
Our commitment to quality products and total customer satisfaction can mean only one thing: You’re safe with Sea-Fire
With Sea-Fire’s fire suppression systems, boaters enjoy the peace of mind only constant protection provides.
Sea-Fire benefits from more than 40 years of experience in fire extinguishing and suppression technology.
We are a global leader in the design and manufacture of fire detection and fire suppression systems for the commercial marine and pleasure craft industry.read more
Sea-Fire Europe Ltd ensures efficient delivery and personalised customer service throughout Europe and the Middle East.
Pre-engineered marine fire suppression systems are fixed installations. The system protects a given volume of an enclosure incorporating various discharge modes such as automatic...
Sea-Fire FM-200 “H-Series” Custom-Engineered Fire Suppression Systems protect spaces from 1,500 cu ft (42.5 cu m) up to 17,500 cu ft (500 cu m) and...
Accessories for use with all Sea-Fire fire suppression systems, including Engine Shutdown (ESRS), Early Warning Heat Sensors, and Manual Discharge Cable Assemblies.
Integrated marine fire detection systems designed for recreational and commercial marine vessels. Stylish interface compliments modern yacht design, and fully integrates with Sea-Fire pre-engineered...
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