Company Profile




GOLDEX is engaged in fire protection business since 1989. Our mission is to maintain the leadership in the field of safety throughout the country and in the global market. At GOLDEX we continually exert our effort to improve the quality and services for the satisfaction of our customers.

Our product starts from Brand new and Refilling of all types of Fire Extinguishers. For almost 26 years GOLDEX has assisted and supplied the most important companies in the Philippines planning and carrying out fire fighting detections assuring everyday a complete service.

Certified by ISO 9001: 2008 by TUV SUD Philippines, Bureau of Product Standards , Department of Trade and industry and BFP Members of: SOPI, PIRA and PHIL GEPS.


Our Products


GOLDEX Carries a wide range of Fire Protection equipment to suit every need of our clients.
We manufacture, import, design, install and service all Fire Protection Equipment complying with the standards.
GOLDEX is dedicated to provide our customers with high quality of fire extinguishing products and services. see more

AFFF Chemical

AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM

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DRY CHEMICAL

MONO AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE

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CARBON DIOXIDE

(CO2) CHEMICAL

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HCFC 123

CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (Clean Agent)

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HFC 236

CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER

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CLASS K

WET CHEMICAL

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OTHER

FIRE FIGHTING PRODUCT

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Our Services

GOLDEX Performs the following primary functions:

Fire Extinguishers

Install and maintain majority of fire extinguishers more..

Fixed Systems

Include special systems installed more..

Smoke Alarms

Causes several thousand household fires more..

Installation of CCTV

Install and maintain CCTV's more..

Our Permits


  • ISO 9001:2008 Certification
  • PS Licenses for AFFF Chemical
  • PS Licenses for Dry Chemical
  • PS Licenses for CO2 Chemical
  • PS Licenses for HCFC and FE-36 Chemical
  • Mayor's Permit
  • BIR Certificate
  • SEC Certificate

Top 3 Worst Fire Incidents in the Philippines


Kentex manufacturing fire in Valenzuela trapped workers to death.

May 13, 2015 Kentex factory went into flames killing 74 people and for the record, this has been declared the 3rd worst fire in the Philippines.

According to reports, around 62 hotel guests died on the scene with 13 more guests succumbed to death on their hospital bed. 57 more people were taken at nearby hospital for third degree burn treatment

Manor Hotel fire survivors said that the hotel lacked fire exits which clearly violated building safety standards and regulations. A fireman also shared that majority of the victims were trapped in their respective hotel rooms with possible exit windows blocked by metal grills.

Ozone Disco fire happened on March 18, 1996 that claimed 162 lives. Considered as the worst club fire incident in the Philippines and currently holds the 7th position on the world’s list of worst club fires, Ozone Disco fire turned the night of revelry into tragedy.

The fire quickly engulfed the place and lasted for more than an hour. According to reports, the fire started at the DJ’s booth. One survivor recounts that a few minutes before midnight; sparks were seen at the DJ’s booth. Some people thought that this was just a special effect but the sparks immediately turned into flames which quickly spread into the ceiling.

Causes of Fire


Heating equipment is the leading cause of home fires during the winter months, and the second leading cause of home fires annually. Heating equipment includes fireplaces, wood stoves, portable space heaters, and fixed space heaters. Nearly half of all deaths attributed to home heating equipment fires involve portable space heaters. Follow the below tips, and read more about heating safety.

    Heating Basics

  • Have all heating equipment in your home inspected annually by a licensed professional.
  • Make sure all gas-fueled and wood-burning heating devices are vented to the exterior of the building.
  • Consider installing a carbon monoxide alarm in a central location outside of each bedroom if gas-fueled or wood-burning appliances are used in your home

Each year gasoline causes several thousand household fires, many of which result in injury and even death. It is helpful to remember gasoline is a volatile liquid that is constantly releasing flammable vapors, which are heavier than air and accumulate at the lowest point in an area. If released inside a building, these vapors sink to floor level and spread out across the room, and if these vapors make contact with an ignition source a flash-fire will likely result.

    Gasoline Safety Basics

  • Keep gasoline out of children's reach and sight, and never allow children to handle gas
  • Never use gasoline inside the home or as a cleaning agent.
  • Never use gasoline to wash mechanical parts.
  • Never use gasoline to start a fire in barbecue pits or cooking grills.
  • Never use gasoline as a replacement for kerosene or diesel.
  • Do not use or store gasoline near potential ignition sources, including gas-fired water heaters that contain a pilot flame.
  • Follow all manufacturers’ instructions when using electronics (including all devices with batteries or connections to electrical outlets) near gasoline.
  • Clean up spills immediately and discard clean-up materials properly.

    In the Event of Gasoline Fire

  • Leave the area immediately, and call the fire department.
  • Do not attempt to extinguish the fire.
  • Do not attempt to stop the flow of gasoline.

    Gasoline Storage

  • Store gasoline outside in a garage or shed
  • Never store gasoline in glass, or in plastic milk jugs and other non-reusable plastic containers.
  • Store gasoline in a tightly closed metal or plastic container designed, manufactured, and approved specifically for gasoline storage.
  • Store only the amount of gasoline necessary to power equipment and machinery.

    Fueling and Handling Gasoline

  • Do not smoke while handling gasoline.
  • Use caution when fueling machinery and automobile equipment
  • Never fuel machinery or equipment indoors, and always let it cool before refueling.
  • Place portable gasoline containers on the ground before filling, and only fill them outdoors.
  • Never fill portable containers inside a vehicle or in the bed of a pick-up truck, to prevent a static charge from developing.
  • Do not get in and out of automobiles while fueling … Although rare, this movement creates an electrical charge on your body that could spark a fire, especially during dry weather conditions.

Electrical distribution equipment poses serious fire safety threats that can even be fatal, especially when equipment is used incorrectly.

    Electrical Safety Basics

  • Protect electrical outlets with plastic safety covers if small children are present in your home.
  • Never operate electrical appliances around bathtubs, showers, or puddles of standing water.
  • Use ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection when working where water is near electricity, to protect against electric shock … This means you should use GFCIs in your kitchen, laundry room, bathroom, and outdoor locations.
  • Replace or repair frayed, loose, or otherwise damaged cords on all electronics.
  • Shut off the circuit and have it checked by an electrician if any switches feel warm.
  • Take note of any discolored switch plates, because discoloration could indicate that the electrical wiring behind the switch plate is overheating.
  • Remember: symptoms of potential wiring problems include household lights that dim or flicker, a TV picture that shrinks in size, frequent blown fuses, or circuit breakers that trip frequently.
  • Place lamps on level surfaces, away from flammable items, and use light bulbs that match the lamps’ recommended wattages.

The respiratory health hazards of smoking are well-publicized, but a lesser-known fact is that smoking materials are the leading cause of fire-related deaths in the U.S. The most commonly ignited items in these fatal fires are mattresses and bedding, upholstered furniture, and floor coverings.

    Smoking Fire Safety

  • Smoke outside, so you Do not put others at risk.
  • Never smoke in bed.
  • Never smoke in an area where oxygen tanks are being used.
  • Don’t smoke if you are sleepy, have been drinking, or have taken medicine or other drugs that impair your ability to handle smoking materials correctly.
  • Use deep, wide ashtrays on a sturdy surface.
  • Make sure butts and ashes are extinguished by soaking them in water before discarding them.
  • Check under furniture cushions, and in other places people smoke, for butts and ashes that may have fallen out of sight.
  • Keep matches and lighters out of children's sight and reach.
  • Consider using fire-safe cigarettes, which are less likely to cause fires.

The respiratory health hazards of smoking are well-publicized, but a lesser-known fact is that smoking materials are the leading cause of fire-related deaths in the U.S. The most commonly ignited items in these fatal fires are mattresses and bedding, upholstered furniture, and floor coverings.

    Smoking Fire Safety

  • Smoke outside, so you Do not put others at risk.
  • Never smoke in bed.
  • Never smoke in an area where oxygen tanks are being used.
  • Don’t smoke if you are sleepy, have been drinking, or have taken medicine or other drugs that impair your ability to handle smoking materials correctly.
  • Use deep, wide ashtrays on a sturdy surface.
  • Make sure butts and ashes are extinguished by soaking them in water before discarding them.
  • Check under furniture cushions, and in other places people smoke, for butts and ashes that may have fallen out of sight.
  • Keep matches and lighters out of children's sight and reach.
  • Consider using fire-safe cigarettes, which are less likely to cause fires.

Our Clients

For almost 26 years GOLDEX has assisted and supplied the most important companies in the Philippines planning and carrying out fire fighting detections assuring everyday a complete service. Here is a sampling of some of our clients.
See our client lists.

Have a question or need a custom quote?

Call Us at +02 245 7479 (Manila Line) or 046-417-0877 (Cavite Line)
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