Gaseous Suppression System
Gaseous fire suppression systems work by releasing a gas or mixture of gasses into the air, generally with the aim of reducing the amount of oxygen in the air that feeds the flames.
The clean agent cylinders are often stored a distance away from the area it will be protecting. A network of pipes connected to nozzles are spaced by professionals throughout each potential fire location.
Imen Pars Company design these systems with several type of software’s to calculate hydraulics, pipe lines modeling and material take off.
Type: Carbon Dioxide, Inert GAS, HFC227 Reference: NFPA 12, NFPA 2001
Material and Features: According to the client/design requirements.