Gaseous Suppression Systems
Gaseous fire suppression systems are often referred to as ‘clean agent fire suppression’, a system utilising inert gases to extinguish a fire.
These systems are made up of the inert gas, inert gas storage containers, valves, fire detection system, piping, and agent dispersion nozzles.
These systems work on the principal of applying the inert gas into an enclosed space to achieve a concentration (volume percent of the agent in air) of the inert gas to extinguish the fire. These systems are automatic, utilising detection systems to trigger the release of the inert gas.