Fire Suppression Systems & Automatic Suppression Systems control and extinguish fires in buildings without human intervention. Automatic Suppression Systems fall into two categories engineered and pre-engineered systems. Fixed Suppression Systems can use a variety of extinguishing agents depending on the assets it is designed to protect. Dry Chemical Powder Suppression Systems are fire suppression systems that use dry chemical powder to extinguish a fire. When introduced directly to a fire, dry chemical powder extinguishes flames almost immediately. Dry chemical powder is intended for use in extinguishing fires involving bulk chemical agents and liquefied gases. Foam systems are suppression systems using foam to extinguish fires. Foam suppression systems are used to form a coherent floating blanket on flammable and combustible liquids to prevent or extinguish fires by excluding air and cooling the fuel. Foam systems can be used as a fire prevention, control or extinguishing agent for flammable liquid in tanks or processing areas as it prevents re-ignition by suppressing the formation of flammable vapours. Gaseous systems are gas suppression systems using chemical agents to extinguish a fire. Gaseous suppression systems are waterless, deploy quickly and most importantly cleanly without leaving water, particulate or oily residue on high value or irreplaceable assets. At Fire Safety Search we care about fire suppression equipment and its ability to protect buildings, assets and life. That is why we proudly feature only the highest rated, highest quality fire suppression from industry-trusted brands. When it comes to finding the latest fire suppression choose Fire Safety Search.
Stat-X Fixed System: Electrical Units for Ordinary Locations. Stat-X® electrical units for fixed systems are electrically actuated.