top of page
Engine

Fire Solutions for 
Vehicle Engines

Vehicle fires are not new to us. We’ve witnessed them every now & then. While these vehicle engines convert fuel into motion and make our lives & commute easy, they also possess a major threat of catching fire. With the presence of a lot of frictional components, flammable liquids and complex electric wiring, fire is one of the most common hazards in vehicle engines. 

With engines being located mostly outside the passenger area, detection of fire becomes even more critical and so does the suppression. A fire prevention system that can automatically detect any signs of fire & mitigate the risk in such small enclosed spaces is what these engines require. 

Screenshot 2023-08-09 at 12.38.08 PM.png

Ceasefire: Where Fire Safety
Meets R
eliability. 

With Ceasefire’s advanced fire suppression system you can take the safety of your vehicle engine to another level. Our state-of-the-art solution is meticulously crafted to detect any sign of fire automatically and take immediate action to extinguish it, all without causing any collateral damage to your valuable vehicle engine.

 

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.

Vehicle-Engines.png

Fire Facts That Need Your Attention

There were 18,358 fires involving vehicle engines in the UK between 2010 and 2021. This represents an average of 1,669 fires per year.

 

- Home Office Fire Statistics

Common Causes Of Fire In Vehicle Engines

Overheating.png

Overheating