Industrial Fire Systems
Industrial Fire Suppression System has been pre-engineered for industrial hazards like paint spray booths, dip tanks, and flammable liquid storage rooms.
Designed for flexibility and economy, the system features mechanical or electrical detection, total flooding or local application methods, two extinguishing agent options, and multiple tank capacities for Class A, B, and C fire hazards in a wide variety of industrial configurations.
Clean Agent Systems
Using water as a fire suppressant in areas where electronics operate and irreplaceable, high-value assets are stored, could be as devastating as fire itself. A Clean Agent System quickly suppresses fires and protects sensitive equipment without causing harm to people or the environment. The system is especially suited to suppress fires in areas where an electrically non-conductive medium is required, where electronic systems cannot be shut down in an emergency, where cleanup of other agents poses a problem, and in normally occupied areas that demand a non-toxic agent.
- Automated tape storage libraries
- Computer and data processing facilities
- Cultural and historical sites
- Hospital and major medical facilities
- Museums and art galleries
- Power generation facilities
- Telecommunication facilities