Avoid disrupting lath and plaster ceilings and walls with Automist

The majority of houses in the UK built before 1930s houses have ceilings made of traditional lath and plaster. This material makes the installation of traditional fire sprinklers challenging because bringing down the ceiling and making large holes could cause it to come down or sections to fall away. Automist is an ideal solution for this situation because it is wall-mounted rather than ceiling-mounted for easy installation and no heavy water tank is required when connecting directly to the mains.

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How it works

Learn more about how Automist uses a fine water mist to suppress fires quickly.


Guidance on interpreting the data from our fire testing and using Automist to meet fire regulations.

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