The R-102 system is designed to protect areas associated with ventilating equipment, including hoods, ducts, plenums, and filters. It also protects auxiliary grease extraction equipment and cooking equipment such as various types of fryers, griddles, range tops, broilers, char-broilers and woks. The system is ideally suited for commercial kitchens in fast food chains, retail food courts, diners, convenience stores, catering facilities, mobile food trucks, hotels and casinos, stadiums, schools, hospitals and more.
The PIRANHA Dual Agent Restaurant Fire Suppression System employs the best firefighting attributes of two extinguishing agents: the fast flame knockdown and securing power of wet chemical and the fast cool-down capability of water. The system provides protection for settings such as casual and fine dining, fast food chains, culinary schools, sports complexes and stadiums, and four- and five-star lodging facilities.
Overlapping Appliance Protection is one of the two design options available with the R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System. The design is flexible and simple. Nozzles are installed in a straight line with a maximum nozzle spacing of 25.5 in. (647 mm) and a height of 40-45 in. (1016-1143 mm) above the cooking surface. The nozzles are not aimed individually at specific appliances but instead are aimed at the hazard zone centerlines. These overlapping discharge patterns create a continuous zone of protection in which all appliances within this area are protected.
High proximity nozzles now offered with PIRANHA systems help to meet the need for more aesthetically pleasing cooking and dining environments. The new UL listed nozzle design allows appliance protection nozzles to be installed up to 84 in. (2133 mm) above the cooking hazard, nearly flush with the top of the hood, and out of view while providing the same reliable protection that PIRANHA systems have always offered.
K-GUARD extinguishers contain ANSULEX Low pH Liquid Fire Suppressant, a specially formulated, aqueous solution. In addition to knocking down the flame and forming a vapor-securing blanket, ANSULEX agent provides a cooling effect that aids in extinguishment and securement of hot cooking fuels. (ANSUL Low pH agent is used in both the K-GUARD extinguishers and R-102 restaurant fire suppression systems.)
The F-Class fire extinguishers meet the requirements of EN3 and PED for use on fires involving combustible vegetable or animal fats in commercial cooking equipment. The low pH fire extinguishing agent used in the extinguisher is a specially-formulated aqueous solution. It has been developed to provide rapid flame extinguishment and securement of hot fuels such as cooking shortenings.
LVS agent is a wet chemical agent that is a unique blend of organic and inorganic salts, coupled with surface active ingredients. This blend provides a strong measure of freeze protection along with the foaming properties associated with conventional Class B liquid agents. The agent flows readily into areas where flammable liquids may settle. It provides both fire suppression and superior cooling of superheated surfaces while blanketing the fuel and cutting off oxygen to help prevent reflash.
The fire suppression system can be used as a protection of large, off-road type construction and mining equipment such as large excavators/shovels, draglines, haul trucks, and wheeled loaders. The system also protects underground mining equipment and specialty vehicles such as slag pot and/or slab carriers and tunnel boring machines, as well as waste management equipment and forestry vehicles.
The A-101 Fire Suppression System is an automatic or manual fire suppression system using FORAY dry chemical agent for Class A, B, and C fires. The system is designed for use on large, off-road type construction and mining equipment, underground mining equipment and specialty vehicles.
The CHECKFIRE 110 system provides electrical and/or optional pneumatic input to actuate an ANSUL fire suppression system. When fire is detected, the control module sends an electrical signal to release the gas from an expellant gas cartridge to pressurize and discharge the fire suppression system.
The ANSUL CHECKFIRE 210 Supervised Electronic Detection and Actuation System is engineered to stand up to extreme operating environments. This versatile system is designed to provide detection, alarm and fire suppression system actuation for mobile applications like hydraulic excavators, haul trucks, wheeled loaders, dozers and graders. The CHECKFIRE 210 is used with an ANSUL LVS, A-101, or twin agent vehicle fire suppression system for 24-hour protection of equipment.
The CHECKFIRE MP-N Electronic Detection and Actuation System provides automatic detection and actuation for underground mining equipment. The CHECKFIRE MP-N carries MSHA approval for use in underground mines (Permissible Applications in Explosive Methane/Air Applications).
Class B Foam Agents are ideal for suppressing fires involving petroleum-based products, LNG, rubber, and flammable and combustible liquids; such as diesel fuel, crude oil gasoline and ethanol.
ANSULITE® Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) Concentrates can be applied through a wide variety of delivery systems which provides extreme versatility. The foam is an ideal fire suppression choice for airports, refineries, manufacturing plants, municipal fire departments, and other operations involving the transportation, processing, or handling of flammable liquids. It is available as 1%, 3%, and 6% concentrates or as 1% and 3% freeze-protected concentrates.
JET-X High-Expansion Foam Concentrates are flexible firefighting concentrates, used in fighting Class A, Class B, and LNG fires both indoors and outdoors. Expansion ratios from 50:1 up to 1000:1 make them suitable for a variety of applications including aircraft hangars, flammable liquid storage areas, and LNG facilities.
Class A foam concentrates are specifically designed to combat fires involving ordinary combustible materials, like wood, paper, coal, rubber, and plastic by making water more effective. The concentrates reduce the surface tension of water providing superior wetting and penetrating characteristics. This allows the solution to penetrate deep into the char of deep seated fires, promoting cooling and making the Class A fuel less combustible. The expanded foam solutions also create a dense foam blanket that provides an insulating barrier between the fuel and the air.
For the suppression of fire involving hydrocarbon bulk storage and handling, such as refineries and petrochemical facilities, fluoroprotein foam concentrates are ideal.
TARGET-7 Vapor Mitigation and Neutralizing Agent provides for a single application to suppress dangerous vapor release from a chemical spill while also pH neutralizing the spilled material.
Training Foam is not intended for live fire training or for actual firefighting operations. It is functional in any proportioning and generating equipment and minimizes the effects of training on the environment.
ANSUL FLOWMAX PPW Variable Range Proportioners represent a revolution in foam system design by eliminating the need for multiple IBPs. UL Listed/FM Approved
The entire ANSUL line of high quality bladder tanks has been redesigned to offer design flexibility, lead time reduction and field usability. The new tanks are configurable for a wide range of options. Bladder Tanks are a component of a balanced pressure proportioning system that includes a pressure-rated tank with an internal elastomeric bladder.
The Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioning System functions by maintaining an equal pressure in the foam concentrate and water inlets to the proportioner, allowing the proportioner to be used over a wide range of flows and pressures. The system allows refilling during operation and responds quickly and accurately to changes in the water inlet
The In-Line Balanced Pressure Proportioner is a separate assembly that offers the advantage of proportioning a foam concentrate at a location remote from the tank and pump. It is designed to accurately control the flow of a foam liquid concentrate into a water stream over a wide range of flow rates and pressures.
Line Proportioners introduce a controlled flow of foam concentrate into a pressurized water stream. They provide an inexpensive foam proportioning means for systems requiring fixed flow rates and where available water supply pressures are adequate. Typical applications include anywhere flammable liquids are used, stored, processed
Proportioning Equipment introduces the foam concentrate into a flowing stream of water to produce a foam solution. There are many methods of proportioning, but fixed foam systems typically use balanced pressure proportioning equipment. All balanced pressure systems use a modified venturi device called a proportioner or ratio controller.
Around-The-Pump Proportioning Systems provide a simple and effective means to introduce a foam concentrate at the desired percentage to the water being discharged in a fire pump system. The number of different foam concentrates is only limited by available space as each concentrate requires a separate tank.
JET-X High-Expansion Foam Generators deliver large quantities of expanded foam by blowing air through a screen coated with a high-expansion foam solution. The high and medium expansion foam systems offer a fire extinguishing procedure that overwhelms the fire with the sheer volume of foam, smothering the flames and isolating the fire
Foam Chambers and Foam Makers are air-aspirating foam discharge devices designed to protect flammable liquid storage tanks by applying foam down the inside wall of the tank.
Foam Monitors control the horizontal and vertical directions of large capacity discharge streams. Water-oscillating monitors automatically move side-to-side using water pressure as the energy source. Remote controlled monitors use an electric joystick to control horizontal, vertical and stream pattern.
Sprinkler Heads are available in both aspirating and non-aspirating versions. Aspirated sprinkler heads are required for protein and fluoroprotein foams in deluge systems. Non-aspirated heads with AFFF agents are more economical and can be used in either open deluge or closed-head sprinkler systems.
Handline Nozzles can be used with a variety of foam concentrates for a variety of applications. The nozzles are constructed of corrosion resistant materials, and are lightweight for ease of handling. Eductors create a foam solution by adding a percentage of foam concentrate into the pressurized water stream for the handline nozzles.
Depending on the type of hazard and its configuration, Portable High-Expansion Foam Generators may be used for total flooding applications involving three-dimensional hazards. The generators may also be used for local application on spill fires or for vapor suppression.
The Foam Systems Mobilcart is designed to provide mobile firefighting foam capability for various hazardous areas where flammable liquids are present. Common applications include tank farms and refineries, loading areas, chemical processing plants, diked areas, warehouse facilities, paint storage areas
Trailers provide mobile fire protection for flammable liquid hazards typically found in such areas as refineries and associated tank farms, chemical processing plants, truck and rail car unloading facilities, and marine terminals. This portable equipment substantially increases the firefighting capabilities of industrial, municipal and military fire
This next generation SAPPHIRE suppression system uses 3M Novec 1230 fluid at increased container pressures, offers greater design flexibility due to longer pipe runs, provides selector valves for multi-sector arrangements, and offers higher fill ratios that allow for cost efficient system designs.
Using innovative iFLOW delivery technology, the INERGEN® 300-Bar Clean-Agent Fire Suppression System provides a regulated agent discharge into the protected hazard area.
The INERGEN Fire Suppression System protects enclosed areas where people may be present and where damage from conventional agents cannot be tolerated. Upon discharge, INERGEN agent fills the room, mixing with the air to suppress fires quickly and effectively. An inert gas mixture, the agent is safe for people and poses no ozone depleting or global warming
Data Centers and server rooms are continuously improving their efficiencies to store and process more data. Improvements in computing hardware have led to an increase in Hard Disk Drive (HDD) sensitivity to sound.
The SAPPHIRE clean agent system quickly suppresses fires and protects sensitive equipment without causing harm to people or the environment.
Those responsible for managing and protecting high-value assets, processes, and facilities demand the quality fire suppression offered by the ANSUL® FM-200™ Clean Agent Fire Suppression System. FM-200 systems are internationally accepted as providing reliable, effective, affordable fire protection solutions
The AQUASONIC Water-Atomizing Fire Suppression System is a revolution in Class B fire protection technology. The high performance fire suppression system is specifically engineered to protect special hazard applications including combustion turbine enclosures, machinery spaces, generator enclosures, and flammable liquid storage areas.
Carbon dioxide suppresses fire without leaving behind any residues after discharge thus avoiding damage to sensitive equipment. With no agent clean up, there is less downtime after an incident. Typical hazards protected by carbon dioxide systems include printing presses, vaults, open pits, dip tanks, spray booths, ovens, engine rooms, coating
Bridging the gap between high pressure cylinders and low pressure bulk tanks, mini-bulk tanks offer capacities of 1,000 and 1,500 lb (454 and 680 kg). The Mini-Bulk Low Pressure Carbon Dioxide Systems provide an alternative to manifolding high pressure cylinders. Mini-bulk tanks provide protection for non-occupied total flood, local application hazards, hose
The Bulk Low Pressure Carbon Dioxide Systems are ideal for non-occupied fire hazards requiring large amounts of extinguishing agent in a limited space. A single bulk tank can store from 3 3/4 to 46 tons (680 to 41,730 kg) of carbon dioxide, which is maintained in a stand-by fire-ready state that allows the system to provide effective distribution of agent on demand. Bulk low pressure CO2 systems offer multiple discharge capabilities between recharges as an economical option.
AUTOPULSE detection, control and fire suppression system releasing panels provide automatic 24/7 fire protection. Agent Releasing Control Panels are designed with modularity and easy system planning. The panels can be configured with just a few devices for small building applications or for a large campus or high-rise application. Peripheral equipment can be added to suit the application.
AUTOPULSE detection, control and fire suppression system release panels provide automatic 24/7 fire protection. Detection options include smoke, heat and flame detection. The control panels process detection signals from protected areas and immediately perform key operations including sounding alarms, shutting down equipment and releasing the fire suppression system.
VESDA aspirating smoke detection technology offers the earliest possible warning of a potential fire.
The Dry Chemical Piped Fire Suppression Systems are designed to provide full-time fire protection in high-risk areas where large, potentially disastrous fires could occur. They use proven technology for fast knock down of the toughest flammable liquid and gas fires and provide a means of detection and suppression for complex hazards that are too difficult and inaccessible for manual means of firefighting.
Featuring large agent capacity and long discharge time, the Large Dry Chemical System offers the chance to use only the amount of agent necessary to suppress the fire, and the tremendous dry chemical flow rate provides the power needed to fight three-dimensional fires and pressurized gas/liquid fires.
Extremely hazardous fires require top-level skills and innovative agents. Twin-Agent Fire Suppression Systems provide proven technology to fight large flammable liquid and gas fires. Twin-agent technology combines the fast flame knockdown of a dry chemical with the fire securing capabilities of aqueous film-forming foam.
SENTRY dry chemical extinguishers are designed for protection of light and ordinary hazards. These compact and portable extinguishers are suited for both industrial and commercial fire protection needs.
SENTRY High-Flow, Stored-Pressure Fire Extinguishers are designed specifically for commercial, compliance markets. This portable fire extinguisher provides cost-effective, high performing fire suppression to meet the requirements of NFPA 10 Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers.
SENTRY industrial dry chemical extinguishers are designed for protection of light, ordinary, and extra high hazards. These compact and portable extinguishers meet the needs for industrial fire protection and are built to survive the corrosive environments found in the mining and chemical industry or in marine environments.
Every year, a variety of incidents leads to fires that costs businesses their critical assets. SENTRY carbon dioxide extinguishers provide the power to respond quickly and effectively by design to protect against Class B (flammable liquids and gases) and Class C (energized electrical equipment) fires. These extinguishers are well suited for indoor use in furnace rooms, printing presses, pump rooms, electrical power panels, and laboratories where winds and drafts do not affect discharge.
SENTRY Water Extinguishers are designed to extinguish Class A hazards only. Class A hazards such as wood, cloth, trash, and other materials that leave an ash are often found in office environments and industrial locations, as well as warehouse and oxidizing chemical storage areas.
SENTRY and CLEANGUARD 5 lb (2.27 kg) Low Profile Stored Pressure Fire Extinguishers feature a reduced total height of 16 3/4 in. (425 mm) allowing placement in most of the popular compact extinguisher cabinets.
RED LINE cartridge-operated fire extinguishers are the premium firefighting units preferred by safety directors worldwide in high fire-risk industries such as chemical, petro-chemical, oil and gas, mining, aviation, and power generation. Cartridge-operated means increased reliability, on-the-spot recharge, ease of service, and superior firefighting performance.
Chemical spills happen and can immediately become hazardous waste situations. The SPILL-X product line of free-flowing treatment agents provides a quick, safe and cost-effective alternative spill control method. SPILL-X agents are specifically formulated to treat acid, caustic, solvent and formaldehyde spills by neutralizing, solidifying and/or adsorbing.
Four agents are formulated for various needs, including SPILL-X-A for mineral and organic acid spills; SPILL-X-C for caustic and organic base spills; SPILL-X-S for common hydrocarbon solvents and fuel spills; and SPILL-X-FP for formaldehyde spills. Disposal of spill waste material must meet local, state, and federal regulations.