Peace of Mind on the Jobsite

Professional tradesmen work hard to build the buildings we use every day.  All of their hard work can be destroyed in minutes with a broken fire sprinkler. The Quickstop fire sprinkler tool was designed as a safety measure for when, not if, these accidents happen.

Every trade from roofers to drywallers and plumbers to demolition experts should carry this tool to be prepared to stop water damage and protect the job site and their crews.

Who Should Carry a Quickstop Tool?

Any trade that works in close proximity to the fire sprinkler system should have a Quickstop Tool so they're prepared to quickly stop water damage, including:
  • General Contractors
  • Plumbers
  • HVAC Technicians
  • Demolition
  • Electricians
  • Restoration Services
  • Sprinkler Fitters

Reduce Water Damage

A Quickstop fire sprinkler tool can stop an accidentally activated or damaged sprinkler head in seconds whether the sprinkler head is intact, damaged or completely sheared off.

Safe and Operational Jobsites

A Quickstop fire sprinkler tool allows the jobsite to remain open so work can continue, keeping the project on time and on budget. The fire protection system is also able to remain functional until the sprinkler head can be replaced keeping the jobsite safe.