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Since 1978, Gator Fire has protected the state of Florida through engineering, design, fabrication and installation of the industry's highest quality automatic fire sprinkler systems. We are proud to provide our customers with everything necessary to ensure the safety of people and property during an emergency.

Fire Sprinkler Design

Each of our automatic sprinkler systems are diligently designed from the ground up so we can guarantee that your property is protected to the highest degree. After fabricating the best possible sprinkler system for your facility, our professionally trained installation crew will install the system to meet our engineer's design.

Gator Fire is adamant about designing and installing our sprinkler systems with only the very best products offered. We are proud to feature nationally-recognized fire safety brands like Tyco, Victaulic, Viking, Potter-Roemer, and Ames products in our systems. Through collaboration of our design team and installation crews, we determine what products will serve each system best.

Types of Fire Sprinkler Systems

There are several types of sprinkler systems that function differently depending on a building's needs. We have designed and installed sprinkler systems for a wide array of buildings, such as hotels, condominiums, apartments, schools, offices, warehouses, department stores, churches, restaurants, and everything in between.


Wet Pipe Sprinkler System

A closed nozzle system that continuously contains pressurized water. If the threat of a fire is detected by the system, the nozzle heads will open and quickly release water. Wet pipe sprinkler systems are the most common kind of sprinkler systems.


Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems & Anti-Freeze

An open nozzle system with air or nitrogen filled pipes. Once a fire threat is detected by at least one sprinkler, the dry pipe valve opens to release water into the pipes. Dry pipes offer automatic protection in areas that may reach below freezing temperatures.



An open nozzle system that employs water into the pipes when a symptom of a fire is detected. Deluge systems are typically used for very large areas like large industrial plants.

Single Interlock Pre-Action

A single detection event, such as a smoke or heat detector going off, must occur before water flows into the system's piping.


Double Interlock Pre-Action

Before activating, the system must detect a smoke/fire alarm and the activation of another sprinkler system.


Early Suppression, Fast Response (ESFR)

ESFR sprinkler systems are mainly used for large warehouses that stack products or materials. The goal of a ESFR system is to suppress the fire away from the warehouse items. ESFR sprinklers release approximately 100 gallons of water per minute.


Clean Agent

Clean agent systems use chemical compounds to combat fires in environments that protect valuables. Museums, data centers, libraries, and other similar buildings typically use clean agent systems.

Maintaining Your Fire Sprinkler System

Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Fire Sprinkler Systems are governed by the National Fire Protection Association, NFPA. Every fire sprinkler system is required by NFPA to have either weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual inspections and tests performed by a licensed fire protection contractor. Get in touch with us to find out how frequently your system needs to be inspected.

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Fire Alarm Contractor License: EF0000394
Licensed Sprinkler Contractor: 802680-0001-2006
Licensed Equipment Dealer: 548200011990 & 808450-0001-2006