Gas Fire Suppression systems extinguish fires by removing the oxygen content to below 15% where most materials no longer burn in the same way. The extinguishing effect is based on the replacement of oxygen by the inert gases argon, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide has a high heat-binding capacity which withdraws energy from a fire and enhances the extinguishing effect.
The system is activated by Aspirating Smoke Detection Systems (early fire detection).
Ace design, install and manage fire suppression systems tailored to building usage, design and BAFE SP203 Part 3. Systems are intentionally small in footprint and leverage the latest Aspirating Smoke Detection to ensure reliable performance without unnecessary system discharge.
Talk to us to find out whether your site would benefit from an Oxeo Inert Gas or Carbon Dioxide System, or a Halocarbon Extinguishing System.