There are more benefits to Clean Agent and CO2 suppression than putting out fires.
High-hazard areas require specialized fire protection systems — systems that not only extinguish the fire, but protect your facility from collateral and environmental damage as well.
These are Clean Agent Gases and they are colourless, odourless, electrically non-conductive and suppresses fire by interrupting the combustion process and removing heat energy from the fire to the extent that the combustion process cannot sustain itself.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a low cost, colourless, odourless and chemically inert gas that is both readily available and electrically non-conductive. It extinguishes fire primarily by lowering the level of oxygen that supports combustion in a protected area. This mechanism of fire suppression makes CO2 suppression systems highly effective, requiring minimal clean-up, but should be used in normally unoccupied hazard locations or otherwise avoided by personnel when discharged.
There are two type of Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression System, Low pressure systems and equipment are best suited for applications where large quantities of CO2 are needed. High pressure systems are recommended for smaller hazards or where space is limited.
NOTE: - Both Low Pressure CO2 and High Pressure CO2 systems are equally effective at fighting fires. Neither one is better than the other in terms of extinguishment.
Base Load Plants
Co-generation & Combined Cycle Plants
Power Peaking Units
Upgrading Existing Plants: - Coal Conversions, Coal storage/ Handling/ Pulverizing
Indirect Coal Firing Systems
Rolling Mills (Steel & Aluminium)
Assembly: - Paint Application, Mixing & Storage
Parts: Machining Heat Treating
Wave Soldering Machines