In museums, archives, and more, fire safety is a critical consideration. Diligent conservation efforts prepare and store the artifacts and records of the past so future generations can study and appreciate them. Yet the impact of effective fire suppression in protecting these irreplaceable artifacts from fire, smoke, and water sprinkler damage is often hidden behind the scenes of a new exhibit or collection.
Yet choosing a fire suppression system means making a choice for decades to come. It means expressing the organization’s long-term mission in terms of sustainability, caring for visitors and the community, and protecting exhibits and artifacts from a range of foreseeable risks to the collection.
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