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Fire Solutions for 
Battery Banks

Battery banks are prone to fire because they contain a large number of lithium-ion batteries. These batteries are prone to fire because they contain flammable materials, such as the electrolyte inside the batteries.


They can also overheat if they are not properly ventilated, which can lead to a fire. Additionally, a short circuit can occur if two conductors touch each other that should not be touching, which can also cause a fire. Battery banks need protection from fire to prevent property damage, protect people, and prevent environmental damage.


Ceasefire: Where Fire Safety
Meets R

To mitigate fire risks in battery banks, they must be equipped with specialised fire fighting systems that are designed to specifically address the risk of battery bank fires. With Ceasefire’s advanced fire extinguishers and systems you can take the safety of battery banks to another level. Our state-of-the-art solutions are meticulously crafted to minimise the collateral damage to battery banks.


Our proven record speaks volumes – your business's well-being is our top priority. When you choose Ceasefire, you're not just choosing a fire safety solution. You're opting for a partner that's dedicated to upholding the utmost reliability, protecting your assets, safeguarding your business's continuity, and providing you with the peace of mind you deserve.


Fire Facts That Need Your Attention

There were 78 fires involving battery banks in the UK between 2010 and 2021.


- Home Office Fire Statistic

Common Causes Of Fire In Battery Banks

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Aged or Damaged Batteries

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Improper Storage