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Gas Suppression System

Carbon dioxide

  • Reduces the oxygen content of the atmosphere to a point where combustion becomes impossible.
  • Hardware to accommodate any application and system type.
  • Directional valve system options.
  • Total flooding (for unoccupied areas), and local application.

Novec 1230

  • It is one of the newest clean agents in Halon alternatives.
  • It has distinct environmental benefits over any other active Halon alternative.
  • Generally used in situations where water from a fire sprinkler would damage expensive equipment or where water-based fire protection is impractical.


EM 200
  • Environmentally-friendly and a Halon 1301 alternative.
  • This clean agent is very safe for occupied spaces and non-toxic when used in accordance with (NFPA Standard 2001)
  • FM-200 leaves no residue on Class A, B, and C.
  • Provide maximum protection with minimum hardware and require very minimal space. They are extremely cost effective.


  • Mixture of 52% Nitrogen, 40% Argon and 8% CO2.
  • INERGEN does not, and could never create a reaction with a fire.
  • Rapidly extinguishes a fire, yet at the same time provide a safe environment for any person within the occupied area.

What are the various types of fire suppression systems available today?

Today’s fire suppression systems offer various levels of protection not found with traditional water sprinkler systems. These special hazard fire protection options can be categorized as:

  • Chemical Clean Agents– Include FM-200 (HFC-227ea), 3MTM NovecTM 1230 Fire Protection Fluid and others, all of which offer fast-acting, and most importantly, people-safe fire-suppressing solutions. Clean agents protect irreplaceable assets, such as computers, servers, electronics, artwork, archives and more, as they produce none of the damage often associated with traditional water sprinkler systems.
  • Inert Gases – Include nitrogen, argon and CO2, or a combination of two or more, and reduce oxygen levels to a point where combustion cannot be sustained. These gaseous agents are safe for both people and the environment.
  • CO2 Systems– Provide a heavy blanket of gas that reduces the oxygen level to a point where combustion cannot occur. Because it’s unsafe for people, CO2 is only recommended for localized applications or areas generally inaccessible by employees or customers.

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