What is clean agent suppression system ?

If you are looking for ways to protect your valuable electronic assets and boperations, you have already made the smart decision to avoid relying on water for fire protection. Selecting a clean extinguishing agent offers the
best opportunity to minimize risk to a business and its critical assets. Clean Agent is a waterless fire suppression system Electrically nonconducting, volatile, or gaseous fire extinguishant that does not leave a residue upon evaporation.

3 Best Types Clean Agent System :

  1. Novec 1230 Fire Suppression System
  2. FM 200 Fire Suppression System
  3. Co2 Fire Suppression System

Why we should use Clean agent fire suppression system ?

  1. Non-contaminating gaseous
  2. Fire protection Designed to protect critical assets and processes without Consequential damage
  3. Odorless
  4. Colorless
  5. Fast
  6. Electrically non- conductive gas
  7. Type / Class A, B, C fire
  8. Safe to use in occupied areas Tried and tested through Thousands of installations around the world
  9. Safe

25 typical application of Clean agent fire suppression

  1. Marine vessels
  2. Pharmaceutical and medical facilities
  3. Air traffic control centers
  4. Historical archive storage
  5. Financial networks
  6. Control rooms
  7. Record storage facilities
  8. Telecommunication networks / centres / facilities
  9. Data centers
  10. offshore Oil / gas exploration and production Facilities
  11. Art galleries
  12. Medical facilities.
  13. UPS Rooms
  14. Museums
  15. Medical equipment
  16. Computer rooms
  17. Electric utilities
  18. DATA Centres
  19. Libraries
  20. Comms Rooms
  21. Telecommunication facilities
  22. Server rooms
  23. Laboratories
  24. Anechoic chambers
  25. Power generation & power storage

Books, website And other References:

  • NFPA
  • 3M
  • kidde
  • ISOifDIS 14520: Gaseous Fire Exfinguishing Systems, International Standards Organiza – tion, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia, 2000.
  • NFPA 2001: Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems, 2000 Edition, NFPA, Quincy, MA, 2000.
  • NFPA 2001: Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems, 1996 Edition, NFPA, Quincy, MA, 1996.