Fire Suppression Companies

Fire suppression companies specialise in designing, installing and maintaining fire suppression systems.

Armstrong Priestley is a UK industry leader in the provision of fire suppression systems. We specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of automatic fire extinguishing systems using automatic sprinklers.

Our fire protection systems are all bespoke and designed to fulfil the requirements of clients in both the commercial and residential sectors.

We are always happy to advise new clients on the best way to ensure fire safety for their premises.

Fire Suppression Companies

What is the role of fire suppression systems?

The key role of an automatic fire suppression system is to detect fire through smoke or heat sensors and then act swiftly to extinguish it before it gets out of control, giving time for the building to be evacuated and the fire service to arrive. Human intervention in fire detection or suppression of the fire is not required.

From a commercial point of view, early detection reduces the potential for severe damage to assets, machinery and the building itself. Lengthy downtime for stock replacement and cleaning up can result in substantial financial losses making an effective fire suppression system an important business decision as well as a legal requirement.

Armstrong Priestley automatic fire suppression systems

Our automatic fire suppression systems use automatic sprinkler heads to control fire outbreaks until the fire service arrives.

We offer a full service to our customers, including design, fabrication, installation and ongoing maintenance and service packages.


Our professional team will assess your premises and recommend a suitable fire suppression system based on a number of criteria.

These include:

  • The nature of your business

  • The layout of the building

  • Whether the building is occupied

  • The location of equipment that presents a fire risk

Water mist systems are popular with clients but our bespoke fire protection solutions will take into account the use of water vapour may be damaging to sensitive environments. We design automatic fire suppression systems using inert gases, aerosol spray, carbon dioxide and chemical agents. Each solution is carefully tailored to the specific requirements of the customer and meets the highest standards of safety and reliability.


The fabrication team in Leeds works in close collaboration with our designers to manufacture our bespoke sprinkler systems.


Our installation team has wide experience in installing our fire suppression sprinkler systems in all types of domestic, industrial and commercial buildings.


We also provide our customers with ongoing maintenance and support to ensure that their fire protection systems are always in peak condition and ready to activate when needed.

More about Armstrong Priestley 

From our early beginnings in the 1970s as sprinkler fabricators in Leeds, Armstrong Priestley has grown to become one of the UK’s most trusted providers of fire safety products.

We design, manufacture, install and service fire suppression sprinkler systems for clients across the UK. We now have regional teams in Leeds, Manchester, South Shields and Kent.

You can call the office in your region or fill in our online form here.

Our Regional Offices

Leeds Head Office

Seventy Seven
Holbeck Lane
West Yorkshire
LS11 9UL

Call 0113 394 4040

The North East Office 

One Trinity Green
Eldon Street
South Shields
NE33 1SA

Tel 0191 206 9085

The North West Office

Suite 7
Wilsons Park
Monsall Rd
Greater Manchester M40 8WN 

Tel 0113 394 4040

The South East Office

Unit 9, Church Farm
ME17 1DN

Tel 0203 4345570

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