Clean Agent Based Fire Suppression System

Clean Agent Based Fire Suppression System

A clean agent fire suppression system is a gaseous fire suppressant that's electrically nonconductive and doesn't leave a residue when it evaporates. These systems are designed to extinguish fires, and can reach required concentration levels in as little as 10 seconds. They're also safe for people to use, and don't damage objects or furniture because of their chemical and gaseous makeup.

Clean agent fire suppression systems can be activated by a suppression releasing panel that automatically detects a fire. The panel then releases gas from the cylinders through an electronic signal to a solenoid valve on the agent tanks. 

Clean agent fire suppression systems are often used in areas where water or other traditional fire suppression methods could damage sensitive equipment or valuable assets. Some examples of clean agent fire suppressants include:

  • Novec 1230

    A fluid fluoroketone that reacts immediately to fire, is non-conductive, and leaves no residue

  • FM200

    Also known as HFC-227ea, this suppressant is discharged within 10 seconds and suppresses fires immediately

  • Halon

    The first clean agents to be developed, and are considered the most effective

  • Argonite

    Also known as "Clean Agent" because it leaves no residue, Argonite replaces oxygen in the air to smother fires in less than 60 seconds 

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