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Fighting fire with our quick guide to protection systems

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Zurich Insider takes a pictorial look at the main types of fire protection systems – sprinklers, water mist, gaseous and kitchen suppression systems – with tips on how best to use them.

We introduce our innovative impairment notification tool, which allows brokers and customers to quickly and easily fulfil their requirement of notifying their underwriter of any impairments or interruptions to existing systems. Zurich underwriting also has a team of specialist risk engineering professionals, who can offer expert advice and guidance on fire suppression systems as part of a risk management service.

For more information please speak with your local Zurich contact

You can also find out more and access helpful guides and insight with our new Fire Risk Resource.
 

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Gary Howe / Fire Protection Engineer | | 01842 753447

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