Fire Suppression System

The purpose of a Fire Suppression System is to extinguish a fire in its incipient stage long before smoke generation and fire can cause damage and loss of life.  When the fire is extinguished at the incipient stage, the risk of explosion, production of toxic gases, excessive damage and prolonged down-time can be eliminated.  Various systems can be employed for Suppression; the most popularly used being Gaseous Extinguishing Systems and Dry Powder Chemical Extinguishing System. Our Fire Suppression Solutions include but are not limited to:

  •  FM200 
  •  Inergen
  • Novec 1230
  • Co2
  • Gaseous Extinguishing Systems

The systems can be actuated by Detection and Control Equipment for Automatic System operation along with providing local and remote manual operation as needed. Accessories are used to provide alarms, ventilation control, door closures, or other auxiliary shutdown or functions. All Gaseous Suppression Systems comply with the requirements of the latest national and international standards i.e. SANS/ISO 14520

  • Dry Powder Chemicals Extinguishing System

Dry Powder Extinguishers are similar to Dry Chemical except that they extinguish the fire by separating the fuel from the oxygen element or by removing the heat element of the fire triangle. However, Dry Powder Extinguishers are for Class D or combustible metal fires, only. They are ineffective on all other classes of fires

  • Special Hazard Suppression
  • Carbon Dioxide 

Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers extinguish fire by taking away the oxygen element of the fire triangle and also by removing the heat with a very cold discharge. Carbon Dioxide can be used on Class B & C fires. They are usually ineffective on Class A fire

All Gaseous Suppression Systems comply with the requirements of the latest national and international standards i.e. SANS/ISO 14520

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