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FM-200 not only prevents extensive fire damage, it virtually eliminates collateral damage to delicate equipment and instruments from the extinguishant itself. FM-200 is a clean gaseous agent containing no particulates or oily residues. With some other systems such as water, foam, or dry chemicals, the extinguishant itself can be as damaging as fire.
- Zero ozone depleting potential
- Low global warming potential
- Short atmospheric lifetime
- Safe for occupied areas
- Requires minimal container storage space
- Full line of listings and approvals.
A VESDA installation provides a highly sensitive, highly reliable form of aspirating detection. It detects fire at the earliest possible stage and reliably measures very low to extremely high concentrations of smoke.
- Wide Sensitivity Range
- Laser-Based Light Source
- Four Configurable Alarm Levels
- Purpose-Built Aspirator
- Password Security
There are several types of preaction systems, but all employ closed sprinkers in the sprinkler piping. Smoke detection systems operate before the sprinkler fuses and gives an alarm. The purpose of supervision is to monitor the integrity of the system. Air or gas under pressure is maintained in the sprinkler and release piping. If the sprinkler or release piping or a sprinkler head is broken, the pressure will be reduced and an alarm will sound.
Types of Preaction Systems
- Non-Interlock Preaction System
- Single Interlocked Preaction System
- Double Interlocked Preaction System