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We are a specialist fire suppression engineering company. We design, supply, install & service all types of fire suppression systems.Engineer
WMFE Ltd are based on a solid background within the specialist fire protection industry.
With over 25 years of experience, the founders realised that too many of the fire protection & prevention systems being fitted by others were too generic in their nature or inappropriate for the risk being protected. Therefore we offer a truly engineered, bespoke solution to fire protection.
WMFE design, supply, install & service all types of fixed fire suppression and detection systems including;
- High & Low Pressure Water Mist Systems
- Inert Gas Fire Suppression Systems
- Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems
- Industrial/commercial cooker & Fryer Suppression Systems
- Hypoxic Air - Fire Prevention Systems
- High Sensitivity Aspiration Systems
- Coincidence Detection Systems
- Specialist Flame Detection Systems
We would love to hear from you;
T; +44(0) 1462 646123
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