Welcome to Adima Suppression Systems

From heritage and listed to new-build properties, Adima is an industry leader operating at the highest level since 2001. We work with commercial and private developers, care home providers and architects on domestic and residential sprinkler systems and have built such strong relationships that we have a 90% repeat business rate.

Call Steve Lloyd Jones or Fabian Robinson to discuss your project.

0117 317 8140



Worrell Mews, Clifton, Bristol

Created on 14th November 2016
Residential sprinklers played an integral part in the restructuring and development of this beautiful 4 bedroom Clifton property, one of many individual properties in the Bristol area to use a sprinkler system to achieve design freedoms in the property such as open plan layouts and loft conversions.

Order Of St.Johns Trust, Stow On The Wold

Created on 14th November 2016
148 bedroom new build elderly care centre, OSJT have a fire safety policy which includes residential sprinkler systems as a compensatory feature.

The Manor House, Bristol

Created on 14th November 2016
This will be our fourth project for the highly regarded Urban Creation Company, an inovative Company now restoring this unique Grade 2* listed 17th building. The Manor House is being converted into 12 student apartments whilst a further six apartments are being built on site, each finished to high environmental standards.

Europa House, Portsmouth

Created on 14th November 2016
We are pleased to announce that we have recently started work on the prestigious Europa House project in Portsmouth which compromises of a 242 apartment redevelopment over 18 floors to create a new premium student accommodation scheme.

We have moved!

Created on 22nd Sepetmber 2015
We are very excited to have moved to a new, larger premises in the heart of the city, only ten minutes away from our old offices. Our new address is 12-13 King Square, Kingsdown, Bristol, BS2 8JH.

How reliable are sprinklers?

Records from Australia and New Zealand (where all fire must be reported) between 1886 and 1986 show that sprinklers controlled 99.7% of all fires where they were

Do sprinklers go off accidentally?

No! Records in service show that sprinklers are very dependable. The chance of a defective head is less than 1:16,000,000 - less than your chance of winning the

Won't they all go off together?

No! Each sprinkler reacts individually to a fire so only the sprinkler nearest the fire will open. In the unlikely event that this is not sufficient to control the fire

What about water damage?

Which would you prefer - a little water or a burnt out home? Typically a sprinkler discharges around 50 l/min. A fireman's hose on the other hand discharges 1000+