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IG-541 Inert Gas Suppression systems.
A clean, non-conductive and natural fire suppression agent
INERGEN (IG-541) introduces the proper mixture of gases into a room lowering the oxygen content below the level that supports combustion but allows a person to breathe, and as no fogging on discharge occurs, evacuation is not inhibited.
The INERGEN (IG-541) system is particularly useful for suppressing fires in hazards where an electrically non-conductive medium is essential or desirable; where clean-up of other agents presents a problem; or where the hazard is normally occupied and requires a non-toxic agent.
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Naturally occurring protection for environments containing electrical components
i3 (IG-55) is part of the inert gases family, a 50/50 mix of Nitrogen and Argon. Acting as all inert gas systems, it works by reducing the oxygen in a protected enclosure to a level that will not sustain combustion.
The benefit of using Nitrogen and Argon is that they are naturally occurring in the atmosphere, so upon discharge there is no global warming or ozone depleting potential. As i3 (IG-55) is stored and discharged as a gas, it is ideal for environments containing electrical components.
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IG-55 Inert Gas Suppression systems.
3M NOVEC Gas Suppression systems.
Greaner and more enviromentally friendly fire protection 
iCustom-engineered clean agent system for 3M TM Novec TM 1230, delivering a clear, colourless low-odour agent with zero ozone depletion and safe for use in occupied areas. Available as a 25 and now a 42 bar system, this already versatile system with the additional benefit of high pressure release and multi-valve technology is suitable for application which contain multiple risks and benefit from protection via a central storage location.
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FM200 Gas Suppression systems.
Fire suppression by heat removal
FM-200 works by removing the element of heat from a fire to interrupt combustion and suppress a fire. It is non-conductive so there is no effect on energized electrical components upon discharge, and with zero ozone depleting potential, it has proved to be the most widely selected replacement for Halon 1301.
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Carbon Dioxide (C02) Gas Suppression systems.
Ideal for non occupied spaces
A naturally occurring compound with no measurable environmental impact, making it ideal for non-occupied spaces * that can be totally flooded by a suppression agent for maximum effect, CO2 is collected, stored and processed for use as a fire suppression solution. Providing personnel are trained in the hazards, safety precautions and operation of CO2 systems during and after discharge, CO2 is an economical fire suppression solution for protecting numerous industrial applications. *
*CO 2 is lethal at design concentrations and must not be used in occupied areas or areas where human exposure is possible.
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