There are many types of fire suppression systems available for facilities that all have different ways of suppressing fires. All of them have different properties and different ways they work but all work to accomplish the same goal. There are foam-based systems, water-based systems, and gas-based systems among others. One highly effective type of fire suppression system is the FE 13 fire suppression system.
Clean Agent Fire Protection
FE 13 is a clean agent fire suppression system. This means that the system will suppress the fire and not leave behind any residue to clean up. This system is a highly effective system when flooding an entire room with a fire suppressant that has people inside. When using a CO2 system in comparison, the room must be vacated prior to the system being triggered so no one is harmed by the fire suppressant.
Environmentally Friendly Fire Protection System
This fire protection system can handle a large range of temperature changes so it does not need to be in a temperature-controlled room or facility. This system is a clean, environmentally friendly, and safe fire protection system that is used in many applications. It is also electrically non-conductive.
FE 13 Fire Suppression System Applications:
- Data storage centers
- Telecommunication facilities
- Areas with highly sensitive assets
- Facilities that work with flammable liquids
- Computer rooms
Fire Protection for Enclosed Spaces
Fire protection systems from the past used Halons as their fire suppressant. These suppressants were eliminated from fire protection systems due to the damage they were doing to the ozone layer and the environment. FE 13 is one of the clean agent fire suppressants created in its place that is safe to the environment and also safe for people inside the enclosed space.
3S Incorporated is a full-service fire protection company that specializes in fire suppressions systems for the industrial marketplace. We work with companies across the United States and worldwide to provide the fire protection you need for your facility. Our NICET certified technicians will work with you every step of the way from designing, installing, all the way to servicing and maintaining your system. Contact us today for more info on what fire suppression systems we have to offer.