Gas Extinguishing Systems
A gas extinguishing fire system are used when water, foam or powder extinguishers are not effective or risk causing damage to equipment.
Where are gas systems used?
- IT Server Rooms
- Document Stores and Archives
- Art Galleries
- Offshore Drilling Facilities
- Battery Compartments
Gaseous Fire Suppression systems or clean agent fire suppression systems is a term used to describe gases used to put out fires.
Gaseous systems work in 2 ways:
- Reducing the oxygen level to a point where a fuel can no longer sustain combustion
- React chemically to break down the chain reaction of combustion
Gaseous Fire Suppression systems are designed to protect highly valuable equipment or property that risks being damaged by traditional water, foam or powder-based systems.
To find out what system would best suit your situation, contact our team today.