North America accounts for 25% of kitchen fire protection system sales globally

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North America accounts for a quarter of the commercial kitchen fire protection system market, a new report had claimed.

Prominently driven by rapid increase in establishment of food manufacturing and processing units, the adoption of fire protection systems for industrial cooking also remains heavily fueled by safety regulation.  

The market build-up has been solid over the past decade and is set for a healthy CAGR of 6% during the forecast period, covering 2019-2029, according to Future Market Insights.

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Key players are focused on launching early suppression fast response fire sprinkler systems that are capable of releasing large volumes of water (100 gallons per min), and have improved response time.

Wireless, automatic, and compact designs in fire alarm systems that fit most industrial layouts, and are compliant with guidelines set by regulatory bodies such as NFPA, are projected to gain more relevance.

North America currently represents more than 25% of the global market value and will continue to lead the way in fire protection systems for industrial cooking market, predicts the report.

Against the backdrop of a large number of fire incidents in the US, strategic collaborations between manufacturers and installers will complement the amplifying demand for fire protection systems in the industrial cooking sector, the report adds.

Increased inclination towards performance efficiency will continue to be the prime driver for the development of technologically-advanced fire protection systems for use in various industries.

Most customers are inclined towards purchasing fire protection systems with novel connectivity systems and reduced response times.

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