Fire Protection in

Fire Detection and Suppression to the Last Mile

Smoke Detection


Air Sampling


Suppression Clean Agent


Suppression Water Mist




Smoke Detection

Spot type smoke detectors are devices that respond to the smoke particles produced by a fire. They operate on the ionization, photoelectric, and other smoke particle analysis principle of operation. Properly installed, smoke detectors can detect smoke particles in very early stages of fire in the areas where they are located. The selection of a particular detector or mixture of detectors should be made by a fire protection specialist and based on building and fire-load conditions.

Air Sampling

Air Sampling Detector consists of a piping or tubing distribution network that runs from the detector to the area(s) to be protected. An aspiration fan in the detector housing draws air from the protected area back to the detector through air sampling ports, piping, or tubing. Air Sampling Smoke Detectors are capable of detecting a fire at its earliest stage. Air Sampling Smoke Detectors actively pulls room air through a piping network to its detection chamber where it can detect the presence of particles that are created in the very early stages of combustion, even before smoke is visible.

Suppression Clean Agent

Clean agent fire suppression agents are designed for use in mission-critical applications where traditional sprinkler systems will cause extended damage and business interruption. Clean agents are environmentally safe, Non-conductive and non-corrosive to sensitive electronic equipment, and non-life-threatening to personnel.

Suppression Water Mist

Water mist fire suppression systems capitalizes the extinguishing properties of water and amplifies them for extreme fire suppression capabilities. Water droplets are atomized to increase surface area to absorb heat quicker, thus using significantly less water.


Sprinkler systems are fundamental to building fire protection. Whether your building is commercial or industrial, there are extensive state and local regulations that govern when, where, and how these systems need to be installed and maintained. As the Mission Critical Fire Protection Experts, ORR Protection provides custom solutions that adapt to your specific needs—providing professional installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and repair.

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The mission of a broadband cable communications company - whether it is a traditional regional operating company, a long-distance provider, a wireless service, or a broadband company offering bundled TV, internet and phone—is to provide customers with round-the-clock, uninterrupted service. A fire in any critical telecom facility—whether a central office, a satellite transmission station, or a cable head-end—can knock out vital communication links for thousands of customers at once.


Like data centers, broadband facilities rely on sensitive computing equipment, they are often tightly packed, cooling is a concern, cables and network equipment are always live with electricity, and a fire would be catastrophic. Risk is accentuated when buildings are unmanned. Many are located in remote areas. In some cases, the buildings sole purpose is to house telco network equipment and fire suppression equipment is not required by the AHJ.

Dan Jasper

National Business Development Manager Broadband Technologies

Leave Mission Critical Fire Protection to the Experts!

Dan Jasper is the National Business Development Manager for ORR Protection, focused on the Broadband industry. His career in specialized fire suppression spans almost 40 years. With his experience Dan is qualified to provide fire protection solutions for all Mission Critical applications.

Because of Dan’s diverse portfolio of product knowledge he is uniquely qualified to provide solutions using FM-200, NOVEC1230, FE-25, ProInert, Intergen, Argonite, Halon replacement systems and Water mist. As well as advances methods of detection including air sampling, optical, CO and Photelectric.

Dan often meets with clients and companies who need training on their fire systems or looking for consultation on how to add, improve or upgrade their fire protection systems. This will often lead to a design, Installation and routine NFPA complaint inspection and testing.