Fire extinguishing systems are specialized safety devices created to put a priority on the protection of people and property while efficiently suppressing and controlling flames in a variety of environments. Each of these systems' technology and tactics is adapted to a particular environment's fire risks. These systems, which frequently exist in both residential and commercial structures, primarily use water as a fire extinguishing agent. They are appropriate for defending delicate machinery and locations where water damage is a worry. In industrial settings, flammable liquid fires are best handled by fire extinguishing systems.