DFW Airport Terminal D

Museum Tower

Baylor Stadium

Hilton Granite

Toyota North American Headquarters

Flower Mound Presbyterian Hospital

The W Hotel Dallas

One Uptown

Elite Fire Protection Systems – powered by National Fire – provides fire protection services in the Dallas area & throughout the United States. Our services include Design / Build, Negotiated GMP, and Plan / Spec Proposals.

Offices are located in Dallas, and with on going projects in Oklahoma, Colorado, Florida, Texas, and Arizona.

Our staff can provide BIM (Building Information Modeling) 3D coordination for

  • Owners
  • General Contractors
  • End User Tenant with other elements of the building process.

Type of Industries:

  • Retail
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Hospitals /  Medical
  • Multi-Family Residential
  • Office Buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Churches
  • Airports
  • Hotels
  • Schools

Types of Fire Protection Systems:

  • Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems
    The most common type of fire sprinkler installation. ‘Wet’ means that the sprinkler pipe is always filled with water. These simple systems can often be more reliable, as long as they are properly maintained.
  • Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems
    Dry pipe fire sprinkler systems refer to the sprinkler pipe remaining ‘dry’ – without water – until the sprinklers activate. Once they do, the air in the pipes must vent out to allow the water to flow. These systems are more complicated and change the design of other fire protection aspects – but can be required when sprinkler pipes are at risk of freezing.
  • Pre-action Sprinkler Systems
    Pre-action fire sprinkler systems are used in specialized cases where an accidental sprinkler activation is risky – such as musuems or in data protection industries. These systems require some other check (the ‘pre-action’), like a fire alarm, before any sprinkler can activate. Beyond the pre-action step, these systems can include wet and/or dry pipe sprinkler setups.
  • Standpipes
    Standpipes are permanent structure that allow for more effective fire-fighting in mult-story buildings. Instead of first responders’ needing to run firehose throughout the building – they can simply connect to a built-in standpipe throughout the building. Similar to sprinkler systems, they can also be either ‘wet’ or ‘dry’.
  • Fire Pumps
    Fire pumps are used to artificially increase the water pressure in a fire protection system. They are paired with some kind of motor, and use a sensor to monitor the pressure in the system. When sprinklers activate, pressure suddenly drops in the system, which can make it more difficult for other systems or sprinklers to activate. The fire pump corrects this issue.
  • Water Storage Tanks for fire protection
    Like any water storage tank, fire protection tanks take a variety of shapes & sizes – and supplement the existing water supply. They are especially important in fire protection because the volume of water needed in an emergency can be large, and more importantly, sudden. These tanks can be installed underground or above ground.
  • FM / Ecaro Suppression Systems
    Water is the most common fire suppressant, but suppression systems usually refer to other types of suppressants. These are used in situation where water may do more harm than the fire – such as telecommunication or archive storage. There are many types of suppressants for different situations, depending on the risks and needs.