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Contact Us Today

Call us or complete this form and a representative will call to arrange for an on-site, no-obligation survey of your facility.

Contact Us Today

Call us or complete this form and a representative will call to arrange for an on-site, no-obligation survey of your facility.

Partners

We are pleased to partner with the following suppliers. Absolute Protective Systems will specify, design, install, service and inspect the following brands:
  • Honeywell
  • Bosch

Fire Hoses, Cabinets, Nozzles & Racks Edison

Fire Hose Cabinets are designed to protect fire hoses of all types, size, and lengths.

Fire hose nozzles and racks selection can become quite complicated because they are designed to support different types of fires. Absolute Protective Systems, Inc. can help you select the type of nozzle and rack you need for your specific needs. We can help you identify what you need for structural fires, forestry, de-icing, marine, industrial applications and more.

Knowing where your fire hoses are located requires signs and racks to hold the fire hoses in locations that can be easily found and accessed. In addition to the fire hose nozzles that work best, we carry all products associated with housing your fire hose correctly.

Whatever your fire protection system needs, you can trust that Absolute Protective System has you covered.

A fire hose is a high-pressure hose that carries water or other fire retardant to a fire to extinguish it. Outdoors, it attaches either to a fire engine or a fire hydrant. Indoors, it can permanently attach to a building’s standpipe or plumbing system.

There are several types of hose designed specifically for the fire service. Those designed to operate under positive pressure are called discharge hoses. They include attack hose, supply hose, relay hose, forestry hose, and booster hose. Those designed to operate under negative pressure are called suction hoses.

Fire Hose
Red Fire Fighting Hose Soft Pipe, Isolated On White Background.