Fire Extinguisher and Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Extinguisher and Fire Suppression Systems

Remote Power Supply extends signaling capacity of fire control systems.

RPS is 10 A power supply designed for fire alarm, detection, and control solutions. It can be activated by notification appliance circuit from fire panel, optional control modules, or can be used in standalone applications to supply power to auxiliary devices (door holders, panel peripheral devices). Features include 4 output circuits - Class A or B - rated for 3 A maximum, built-in...

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Fire Extinguisher and Fire Suppression Systems

Medical Center Institutes Programs and Policies to Ensure the Integrity of Increasingly Sophisticated Fire and Life Safety Systems

One of the most serious issues facing any hospital or healthcare facility is the threat of fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) about 7,000 fires in healthcare facilities are reported each year. These grim statistics explain why healthcare facilities are governed by strict codes and equipped with sophisticated fire and life safety systems. In large multiple-building...

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Fire Suppression Systems protect without electricity.
Fire Extinguisher and Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Suppression Systems protect without electricity.

Self-contained Automatic Fire Suppression Systems instantly detect and extinguish fire inside equipment, enclosed spaces, or cabinets up to 250 cu ft. They incorporate flexible, polymer tubing that ruptures and dispenses customer-selected suppression agent when it is exposed to flame. FM-200Â-® or CO2 clean agents are non-conductive and leave no residue. Dry powders and foams are used for...

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Mobile Firefighting Rig uses halotron instead of halon.
Fire Extinguisher and Fire Suppression Systems

Mobile Firefighting Rig uses halotron instead of halon.

Mounted on pickup bed or trailer, Halotron/I can be quickly moved to quench fires. It can also be mounted on skid to give on-site protection for aircraft hangars, offshore platforms, turbine/generator sets, and transformer vaults. Rig has 300 cu. ft cylinder carrying compressed argon and 460 lb Halotron-filled tank. In operation, pressurized argon spews out Halotron at 225 psi, effectively...

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