In the worst instances, fire is a killer. But apart from the human cost, there are many more instances where fire has caused significant damage to buildings and infrastructure, which in turn leads to potentially significant cost and business interruption consequences. This need not be so.

Founded in 2012, Hydrocore was created to bring to market a new, improved technique for fire suppression: high pressure water mist. In an industry that has relied on old technology, Hydrocore has embraced the advances now available in fire suppression and has a growing customer base that can testify to its effectiveness.


Experts in Fire Suppression

High pressure water mist is a highly efficient fire suppression system which uses specially designed nozzles to create a fine mist. Where high pressure water mist shows its real advantage is that it combines the fire suppression effect of gas systems and traditional sprinkler systems, but uses much less water in the process, causing less collateral damage to property and equipment.

Manufactured in UK

Hydrocore has its manufacturing operation in Hull where it can draw on a skilled workforce committed to delivering quality products. Components are sourced on a global basis to ensure high standards and cost competitiveness.


High pressure water mist systems have a broad range of applications that include:

  • Machinery halls – in power generation or other high risk areas
  • Generator rooms
  • Data centres
  • Plant rooms
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Restaurants & Cafés

A tried, tested and proven solution

The Hydrocore high pressure water mist system has been installed in some of the most rigorous environments such as:

  • Road tunnels
  • Data centres
  • Hospitals
  • Shopping Malls
  • Railway and Metro stations
  • Art galleries
  • Museums

Global footprint

Hydrocore have delivered high pressure water mist solutions in Western Europe and the Far East. Our team has broad experience of local conditions and how our systems can best be adapted.



Hydrocore are proud to be members of the International Water Mist Association (IWMA)