Gas-based detection systems can handle fire, even where the machine guns cannot reach. Gas-based detection systems are mainly used in narrow rooms or areas where the space is narrow or confined, making it ideal for power plants and industrial sites.
These systems can be used with an early smoke detection system that detects a fire before it begins, and thus negates the actual act of releasing a fire extinguishing agent, or if the detection system determines that the fire and building will automatically release an agent.
To ensure the safety of workers working in the industrial workplace, the gas factors used in our fire suppression systems are professionally designed and completely environmentally friendly. Gas-based fire suppression systems work either by replacing oxygen, as is the case with carbon dioxide systems, or creating a chemical reaction with a combustion material for extinguishing the fire, as with FE227 or Novik.
The Electronic Security and Safety Company offers a flexible range of products that can measure flammable, toxic, and oxygen gases, report their presence, and activate alarms or associated equipment.
We use a variety of measurement, protection and communication technologies and our fixed detectors have proven in many challenging environments, including oil and gas exploration, water treatment, chemical plants, and steel mills.
- Mono gas monitoring devices
- Multiple gas monitors
- Slide gas detectors
- Photoelectric detection (PID) detectors
- Flame ionization detectors (FID)
- Air pumps and monitoring devices
- Control of pipeline emissions
- Fixed gas detection systems
- Wireless gas detection systems
It is used in many other applications where reliability, reliability and lack of false alarms are evaluated. This includes the automotive and aerospace sectors, in scientific and research facilities and in high-use medical, civil or commercial factories. Carbon dioxide – carbon dioxide (CO2) is an excellent fire suppression agent. It has been used in the fire protection industry for many years, and the NFPA-12 carbon dioxide fire extinguishing systems are listed under. Carbon dioxide is used for a variety of systems, including total flooding, local application, and inactivity. CO2 extinguishes the fire by removing oxygen from the surrounding area, local application type systems, and breaking the fire triangle by removing heat. Because of safety considerations when using carbon dioxide, it is only used in very specific applications, and not where the hazards are occupied