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Self-generating device ensuring rapid discharge and even distribution in an enclosed space
A self-generating fire suppression device called Solid Aerosol Generator (SAG) uses a special solid chemical that, when heated or electrically triggered, releases gases and particles the size of microns. When these components combine, they create a homogenous mist that stops the flame’s chemical chain reaction, acting as a suppressant.
Solid aerosol fire suppression systems are essential to the business because of their many advantages and ability to effectively put out fires. When these systems are turned on, fine particles are released into the protected area by solid aerosol generators. By chemically interfering with the combustion process, the particles break the chain reaction and quickly put out the fire.
An advanced integrated alarm panel providing a complete solution that incorporates control, monitoring, and activation of the Muster fire suppression systems.
Allow the operator the ability to manually start the fire suppression system. Stainless steel construction; available in push-button or lever designs.
Designed for autonomous vehicles allowing for the remote activation of fire suppression systems from a distance. Revolutionising fire incident management in autonomous vehicles.
Up to 8 SAG canisters can be installed at a time using the advanced Muster Integration module. It offers the Muster alarm panel and the SAG canister with a communication link for system activation and monitoring.
SAG fire suppression systems do not need to be discharged as part of the commissioning procedure. To make sure the fire suppression system is suitable for use, our special Muster signal test units are made to verify its operational integrity.
Shows current data in real time about the parameters of the alarm panel, the system pressure, the state of the batteries, software updates, and other important data.
The device efficiently manages and puts out the fire by using fire suppressants like foam, dry chemicals, or water spray, preventing it from getting worse. Because the system is autonomous, it can intervene quickly even in the absence of staff, lowering the possibility of accidents, property damage, and expensive disruptions to industrial processes.
A few choices for fire suppression systems are listed below.
Foam-based solution appropriate for permanent plants, mobile vehicles, and diesel engines where there is a high risk of fire from liquid hydrocarbon fuels. Can be utilised as a stand-alone system or as a dual agent system with IPS or SAG.
Dry chemical powder that generates itself and discharges quickly in a non-pressurized canister. designed to be small for safe inclosures. Able to operate independently or as part of a dual agent system with SAG or Foam.
Easily accessible firefighting equipment offering an adaptable fire safety measure. The TUFF unit can be mounted or placed on the rear of a support vehicle or on mobile equipment. Adaptable use to a range of situations.
A selection of lightweight and heavy-duty portable fire extinguishers that may be installed on a trolley. Fire blankets, brackets, and location and identification markers are examples of services and accessories.
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A major risk in industrial environments is fire. To meet your needs, we provide a variety of fire suppression systems.
Instrumentation enables better management & control of processes. We provide a selection of options for precise fluid measurement and transfer with minimal downtime.