Semiconductor Fire Safety Systems2017-12-21T21:11:39+00:00

Semiconductor Fire Safety Systems

Semiconductor Fire Safety Systems from KFPI

Engineered Fire Protection Systems for Semiconductor Applications

Koetter Fire Protection International (KFPI) is an authorized distributor of the leading brands of fires suppression systems for semiconductor applications, including Hatsuta, Ansul, Kidde, and Minimax. We provide solutions and specialized systems solely for the semiconductor industry. The world’s leaders in semiconductor process tools count on KFPI to design, install, service, inspect and maintain your fire protection systems to the highest standards, to ensure the most reliable and compliant solutions to protect your valuable processes.

KFPI is not a typical fire company that designs fire safety systems for semiconductor tools and applications, as a supplemental part of our business scope. KFPI is a company comprised of semiconductor professionals who specialize only in fire suppression solutions for the semiconductor industry. Designing, installing, and certifying fire safety systems for semiconductor tools and processes is our core business.

Semiconductor Equipment Specialists

  • Understanding of Semiconductor Equipment & Processes
  • Specialist in Hazard Analysis & Fire Safety Integration
  • Reliability, Performance, Uptime, & Longevity
  • Specialist in CO2 & FWS Equipment Designs
  • Expert in SEMI, FM, & NFPA Compliance Requirements
  • Local and/or Global Solutions

KFPI Design Advantage

  • Unbiased Pros/Cons Each Product
  • Specialist in Hazard Analysis & Fire Safety Integration
  • Customize Solution to Best Meet Customer Needs
  • Unbiased Cost Comparisons
  • Factory Trained & Support
  • Local and/or Global Solutions

KFPI Turn-Key Solutions Include:

  • System Design
  • Equipment & Materials
  • Global Installation
  • Testing & Certification

Contact KFPI Today

For more information about commercial-grade fire detection and fire prevention systems and products, contact your nearest KFPI office today!