Carbon Dioxide

Description

Carbon dioxide is an effective fire suppression agent applicable to a wide range of fire hazards. Since Carbon Dioxide is a gas, it does not leave behind water, foam or dry chemicals that can damage your sensitive property. These clean agent fire suppression systems take advantage of the extremely high density of carbon dioxide to quickly and effectively suppress fires. These systems are completely safe and can be found today in industrial plants, commercial facilities and even aboard ships.

Cylinders used for the CO2 system have the design pressure of 2,175 psi (150 bar) and the test pressure of 3,625 psi (250 bar). The filling rate of the cylinder has never been higher than 0.6 kg of CO2 for each liter of a capacity of the cylinder. Each cylinder is equipped with brass valve containing a safety burst disc for protection against over pressurization due to elevated temperature and a dip tube (siphon tube). The cylinder is also equipped with a valve cap that is attached to the threaded neck ring for the valve protection in accordance with ISO 11117 standard.

Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression Systems are recommended for protection of unoccupied spaces or local applications such as printing presses or commercial baking ovens.

Economical, computer-designed and engineered; using total flooding, hand hose line and/or local application.

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