CLEAN AGENT fire suppression system is completely environment friendly. It is composed entirely of naturally occurring gases already found in the air we breathe: nitrogen, argon, and carbon dioxide. It will not conduct electricity, it leaves no residue to clean up, Its temperature remain stable during discharge, and it emits no corrosive decomposition products. Safe, Effective, Affordable, Environment Friendly Fire Suppression System design, supply, install by Sea Max Fire Engineering Works.

Although less likely to occur in a data processing center than in a steel mill, fires do occur in electronic installations of clean agent fire suppression system – probably more often than people realize. And fire in these areas can be even more devastating. The loss of costly electronic equipment is serious enough – but perhaps more serious is the business interruption and the loss of irreplaceable data and records. It was CLEAN – with no residue or powder to damage equipment. It was safe – it could sustain life at extinguishing concentrations. And it was effective- about 5 % by volume was needed to suppress fire. Unfortunately, in 1987, Halon was determined to be harmful to the environment. Like the chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s), Halon was found to contribute to the depletion of the stratospheric ozone layer. What followed was a worldwide ban on the production of new Halon which took effect on January 1, 1994.

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