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Since long years ago, our engineering, equipment and performance have proven FM-200 & CO2 is the preferred choice as an extinguish and for a multitude of critical facilities.

Clean agent.

FM-200® clean agent was developed as a Halon substitute, approved by NFPA 2001. FM-200® has been selected by our

manufacturers as the best people-compatible, clean agent fire protection, because it extinguishes fire via a combination of chemically-based fire inhibition and cooling. It is environmentally acceptable, safe to use with sensitive equipment, fast-acting, efficient and effective.

The FM-200® chemical properties and innovative flow calculation software program let us design systems for maximum effectiveness for each application.

  • Telecommunication Facilities
  • Computer Operations
  • Control Rooms
  • Shipboard (Marine) Systems
  • Rare Book Libraries
  • Universities and Museums
  • Art Galleries
  • Record & Storage Facilities
  • Petrochemical Installation
  • Pharmaceutical & Medical Facilities
  • Electronics & Data Processing Equipment

Carbon dioxide.

Low Pressure System

The low pressure carbon dioxide fire protection system is an automatic, fixed-installation, it consist of a single insulated refrigerated pressure vessel with performance engineered controls to protect multiple hazards or afford frequent discharges for high risk hazards.

Multiple hazards may be protected from a common supply of low pressure CO2 by using directional valves.

This is essentially an economy measure designed to reduce storage unit size. It is to be used only when there is assurance that only one hazard could require a discharge at any one time.


High Pressure System.

A High Pressure system is a versatile, cost-effective suppression system designed with an extra measure of reliability. The system work hand-in-hand with state-of-the-art control and detection components to identify and extinguish fires.

Multiple hazards may be protected from a common supply of CO2 by using directional valves.

This is essentially an economy measure designed to reduce system size. It is to be used only when there is assurance that only one hazard could require a discharge at any one time.

CO2 is the preferred choice as an extinguish and for a multitude of critical facilities.

  • Power Generation
  • Cement Plant/Blast Furnace Indirect Coal Firing Systems
  • Metal Production and Processing
  • Printing
  • Automotive
  • Electronics Operations
  • Electronics/Computer Production
  • Research Facilities
  • Shipboard (Marine) Systems

 
     
   
 
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