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Gas Suppression Systems

Gas suppression   Gaseous fire suppression is a term used to describe the use of inert gases and chemical agents to extinguish fires, also known as clean agent fire suppression systems. These gaseous mixtures leave no residue behind and are designed to protect enclosures where there is a need for quick reaction to extinguishing a fire. A fire detection system is needed to trigger the gas suppression system.

These clean agents are governed by the NFPA Standard for Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems. Approval listings include UL, ULC, FM, SABS and MEA. Gasses we use include FM200, Novec, CO², Inergen, Pyroshield, Pro-Inert and Argonite. The most common uses for gas fire suppression systems are in server and computer rooms, MCC cabinets, museums, libraries, art galleries, archives, document stores, and medical and pharmaceutical applications.