Fire Suppression Units in PA

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2012/02/09 14:06:45 (permalink)

Fire Suppression Units in PA

Is anyone clear on whether or not a complete fire suppression unit is needed in Pennsylvania? I've heard they are necessary if you are using a Fryer but if you only have grills they aren't needed. I would hate to not install one since its not deemed necessary in my township, only to move over to ANOTHER township and find out its needed. 
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    chefbuba
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    Re:Fire Suppression Units in PA 2012/02/09 14:09:23 (permalink)
    You answered your own question. Install it.
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    Re:Fire Suppression Units in PA 2012/02/09 14:20:12 (permalink)
    Good Point. Which leads me to my second question- Is the entire suppression system able to be installed at a later date. Say we meet our State and surrounding townships requirements, work- then find ourselves in a better position, financially, to install it. Do you know if that is a physical possibility?
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    Re:Fire Suppression Units in PA 2012/02/09 15:51:49 (permalink)
    Yes you can retrofit an ansul System, BUT it'll be more expensive than doing it from the start.
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    Re:Fire Suppression Units in PA 2012/02/09 18:11:23 (permalink)
    my hood is already installed 5ft.
    i got a quote for the fire supprestion system for 1600.00
    i will be puting in a fryer and 24in range. i lve in pa could not find a code for trucks.
    code or not my wife and daughter will be working  in the truck.
    it is a  safty issue for me.
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