Welcome to Rajyog Fire Services Pvt. Ltd.


• Rajyog Fire Services Pvt. Ltd. incorporated by Mr. Yogesh Asher with a experience in this field since 25years.
• We have a highly qualified & well experienced engineers and team of workmens
• Specializes in complete project consulting, design. Supply, installation, testing and commissioning for the fire fighting systems.
• We provide turkey solutions that include installation and commissioning of the entire range as per TAC,NFPA, Local Fire Brigade Norms, Chief Fire Officer Requirements, NBC Norms, Etc.
• We assure you that we can do any Turnkey Project up tp Capec level of Rs:800.00 Lac to Rs:1000.00Lac for an individual industrial project.


Consultation , Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning & Maintenance of the Following :

• Fire Hydrant System
• Fire Sprinkler System
• Water Spray System
• Foam Protection System
• Fire Alarm System
• CCTV System
• Gas flooding System
• Wet Riser System
• Public Address System
• Intrusion Alarm System
• Fire Extinguisher System
• Signage
• Evacuation Plans

Fire Hydrant System
• One of the oldest and still one of the most effective solution to fight fire.
• Comprises of heavy duty above / underground piping with accessories.
• External and fire Escape Hydrant valves are provided at every strategic locations.

System Components:
• Fire Fighting Pumps
• Pipes
• Panels
• Landing Valves
• Hoses
• Couplings
• Hose Reels
• Fire Brigand Contactors
• Branch Pipes & Nozzles

Fire Sprinkler Systems

• System innovated in 1882.
• One the quick and reliable solution to fight fire at the initial state automatically.
• The system is most ideal for the industrial and commercial premises.

System Components:
• Fire Fighting Pumps
• Pipes
• Panels
• Sprinkler Heads
• Sprinkler Alarm Valve
• Sprinkler Fittings
• Flow Switches

Water Spray System

• Contacted to the supply through an automatically or manually actuated flow control valve.
• Automatic valves are actuated by a detection device installed in the protected area.

Types of systems:

• High Velocity Water Spray System (HVWSS)
• Medium Velocity Water Spray System (MVWSS)

Componrnts for the systrm:

• Fire Fighting Pumps
• Pipes
• Panels
• Sprinkler Heads / Heat Sening Cable / compressor
• Deluge Valve
• Water Spray Nozzles
• Isolation Valves
• Flow Switches

High Velocity Water Spray System (HVWSS)

• Mainly used to extinguish fires involving oils or similar to combustible liquids. Oil-filled electrical equipment such as transfomers, or lubrication systems on steam driven turbines are generally protected.

Extingusihment of fires by HVs is achieved by a combination of the following:

• Cooling of the burning oil surface reduces the vaporization rate.
• Steam generated in the fire zone causes a smothering effect through oxygen displacement.
• Diltion of the burning product. A water miscible product e.g alcohol, can be diluted to a level where it will no longer burm.
• Emulsification through the bombardment of the surface of the product by the high velocity water droplets. The emulsion formed consists either of globules of oil suspended in water or globules of water supended in oil. The effect is temporary and the mixture will separate again in time.

Medium Velocity Water Spray System (MVWSS)

• Mv systems are mainly used to protect structures,plant and storage vessels from radiated heat and direct flame impingement

Typical applications include:

• External surface protection of bulk liquefied gas pressure vessels to prevent container failure and the resultant boiling liquid expanding vapour explosion
• Bulk flammable liquid storage tanks
• Structures supporting hazardous plant and equipment such as converyors.
• Cable Galleries

• In addition, fire prevention may be achieved particularly where flammable gas leaks are likely to occur. The action of the spray on the leak will help to dissipate the gas more quickly and prevent concentrations from reaxhing their flammable

Foam Fire Protection System

Comprised of three parts:
• Foam Concentrate
• Water
• Air

When mixed correctly, these parts from a homogeneous foam blanket that extinguishes flames by the combined mechanisms of cooling separating the flame source from the product surface, suppressing vapour and smothering.

* Typical areas of the protection
• Aircraft hangars
• Petrochemical
• Oiland Gas
• Flammable liquid storage
• Tank Farms
• Loading facilities
• Warehouses
• Foam proportioner
• Foam maker/Foam
• Sprinkler / Detectors / LHS Cable
• Isolation Valves
• Flow Switches

* Components for the system:

• Fire Fighting Pumps
• Foam Pressurizing Pumps
• Foam Tanks
• Pipes
• Panels
• Deluge Valve
• Foam Water Sprinklers

Fire Alarm System

• It is a set of electronic equipment working together to detect to detect and alert people through visual and audio appliances when smoke/fire is present.
• A alarm may be activated from smoke detectors, heat detectors, water flow sensors, which are automatic or from a manual fire alarm pull station.
• It is used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency.

Fire Alarm Systems are classified as under:

• Conventional System
• Analogue Addressable System

Components for the system:

• Fire Alarm Panel
• Smoke/Heat/Multi Sensor/Optical/Photoelectric/Rate of Rise Detectors
• Manual Call Points
• Hooters
• Modules
• Batteries
• Wires

Conventional Fire Alarm System

• The detector communicates with the fire alarm control panel simply by changing state from high impedance to low impedance when smoke is detected.
• 32 detectors on each zone can be installed.
• Panel has number of zones which can be arranged to correspond to different areas of a building.
• In the event of a fire, the panel is able to identify which zone contains the detector.
• Secondary (backup) Power supply is provided to the panel in case of power failure.
• Initiating Devices: These components acts as an input to the fire alarm control unit and is either manually or automatically actuated.

Addressable Fire Alarm System

• Easch detector on a system an individual number, or address.
• It allows the panel to know the exact location of an alarm with its addressing feature.
• Panels can also be interContacted to control a very large number of detectors in many other building.
• Commonly used in hospitals, universities, resorts and similar large centers.
• It allows single pair of wire to Contact a large number of devices which reduces cabling cost.
• Secondary (backup) Power supply is provided to the panel in case of power failure.
• Initiating Devices: These components acts as an input to the fire alarm control unit and is either manually or automatically actuated.

CCTV System

• It is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors.
• It is surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, industrial plants and convenience stores.
• CCTV systems may operate continuously or only as required to monitor a particular event.
• Digital Video Recorders (DVRs), provides recording with a variety of quality and performance options.
• Motion Detection and email alerts are some of the features of the DVR.

Components for the system:

• Digital Video Recorder
• Camera
• Power Supply
• Contactors • Hard Drive • Wires

Gas Flooding system

• Inert gases and chemical agents to extingusig a fire.
• System works on a total flooding principle.
• Applocation of the extinguishing agent to a three dimensional enclosed space in order to achieve a concentration of the agent
• Operated automatically by detection and related controls or manually by the operation of a system actuator.

Components for the system:

• Extinguishing Agent
• solation Valve
• Detecting Device
• Piping
• Nozzles


• Computer rooms
• Telecommunication centers
• Records and data archives
• Testing / imaging equipment
• Reference material
• chemical laboratories
• Clean rooms
• Control rooms
• Flammable liquid storage
• Offshore drilling rigs
• Robotic equipment
• Textile manufacturing
• Electric utility facilities
• Media storage
• Military vehicles
• Art / artifacts / historical collections

Wet Riser System

• It is a main vertical pipe intended to distribute water to multiple levels of a building or structure.
• The pipe is full of pressurized water for manual or automatic fire fighting operation.
• Wet risers in occupied buildings have to be within a fire resistant shaft.

System Components:

• Fire Fighting Pumps
• Pipes
• Panels
• Landing Valves
• Hoses
• Couplings
• Hose Reels
• Fire Brigade Contactors
• Branch Pipes & Nozzles

Public Address System

• Started in ancient Greece where amphitheatres were designed.
• It is used to allow a person to address a large public
• Often used in small venues such as school auditoriums, churches, and small bars.
• System with many speakers are widely used to make announcements in public, institutional and commercial buildings and locations.

System Components:

• Amplifiers
• Speakers
• Mic
• Wire

Intrusion Alarm System

• Intrusions are the activities that violate the security policy of system.
• Intrusions Detection is the process used to identify intrusions.
• Intrusions may be from outside the network or legitimate users of the network.
• Intrusion can be a physical, system or remote intrusion.
• It looks for attack which are specific patterns that usually indicate malicious or suspicious intent.

System Components:

• Panel
• Intrusion Detection Devices
• Batteries
• Alerting Devices

Fire Extinguisher System

• It is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires in emergency situations.
• A fire extinguisher consists of a hand-held cylindrical pressure vessel containing an agent which can be discharged to extinguish a fire.

There are two main types of fire extinguishers:

• stored pressure
• cartridge-operated

• In stored pressure unit, the expellant is stored in the same chamber as the firefighting agent itself.
• In stored pressure fire extinguishers a cartridge- operated extinguishers containing the expellant gas in a separate cartridge that is punctured prior to discharge, exposing the propellant to the extinguishing agent.
• Fire extinguishers are further divided into handheld and cart-mounted.

Signage System

• It refers to the designs and symbols to communicate a message to a specific group.
• Signs vary in form and size based on location and intent.
• Signs may also use digital or electronic displays.
• The main purpose of signs is to communicate & to convey information

In general, signs may be classified according to the following functions:

• Information: signs conveying information
• Direction: signs such as sign posts or directional arrows.
• Identification: signs such as room names and numbers, restroom signs, or designations.
• Safety and Regulatory: signs, or signs conveying rules and regulations.

Evacuation Plans

• It is the immediate and urgent movement of people away from the threat or actual occurrence of a hazard.
• It may happen from a small scale evacuation of a building due to fire

Evacuations may be carried out before, during or after disasters such as:

• Industrial accidents
• Bushfire
• Fire
• Viral Outbreak

Company Details:

Country / Region : Mumbai- Maharashtra- India.

Office Address: 502-C, Steel Chambers, 58 DevjiRatansinh Marg, 5th Floor, Broach Street, Masjid (E), Mumbai � 400009

Company Phone : +91-9821214434 / +91-8369558543

Tel: +91-22-23486614 / 15, +91-22-66663464

Contact Person : Mr. Yogesh Asher

Industry : Fire Hydrant System, Fire Sprinkler System, Fire Alarm System.

Business Nature: Supply, Installation, Commissioning Maintenance Support

GST NO : 27AAACR2518M1Z9