About Domestic Installation

The iMist system was developed with flexibility in mind. Our hydraulic hoses allow simple retrofitting within existing buildings and speed up installation within new-build properties.
The nozzles are designed to replicate a downlight and, therefore, do not impact your ceiling design. This is supported by a pump that is small enough to fit into a kitchen unit. There is no water supply tank required and, on activation, the system uses a fraction of the water of traditional sprinkler systems.

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Watch what happens during an iMist domestic installation


Fire Suppressed in Tenement Building

When fire broke out in an apartment block in Perth, Scotland, the residents and building were successfully protected by the iMist Fire Suppression system.

The iMist Process

We aim to keep our entire process simple and stress-free:
from your initial inquiry and installation to yearly servicing and updates.

Initial Contact

We have offices in multiple locations, so finding your local iMist office is easy. Once you have sent through your initial inquiry for fire protection, a member of the iMist team will be in touch to discuss your water mist project requirements.


Property Survey

iMist will arrange a site visit by one of our qualified engineers. During this visit, the water mist hose routes, pump location, and site contacts will be discussed and agreed upon. Following the visit, your first fire suppression installation will be booked.


The iMist system installation process consists of two steps. An iMist engineer will arrive with high-pressure hoses for the approved layout. The ‘second fix’ visit involves our engineers arriving on-site with the iMist nozzles and pump.

After Care

Once your iMist system has been installed, we can set up an SMS reminder for yearly services, power outages or alerts if the system activates, giving you peace of mind when it comes to fire protection.