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    Environmentally Friendly Fire Suppression

    Zero Ozone Depletion Potential
    Zero Ozone Depletion Potential
    Zero Global Warming Potential
    Non-Pressurized
    Non-Oxygen Depleting
    Manufactured Under ISO 14001 / 9001 Standards
    HFC-free
    Halon Alternative
    CFC-free
    15-year Product Life

    Effect on the surrounding area

    Comparison between the different extinguishing agents

      Effect on people Effect on goods Effect on the environment Installation and maintenance requirements
    FirePro The required concentrations are harmless to people Causes no damages to goods. After release, an inert layer of dust settles which can easily be removed. Environmentally-friendly. Causes no adverse effects. Harmless to the ozone layer. Has the ‘green product’ certification. Easy to install. No need for extensive pipe network, compressors, large tanks or compressed air bottles. Little maintenance.
    CO2 The concentrations to extinguish a fire are extremely dangerous to people. A clean agent that leaves no residues. However, the cooling effect creates a condensation mist that can damage electronic equipment. In general, more CO2 is released by other sources. Extensive pipe network, pressurised containers, etc. required. Possible disruption of ongoing activities. Requires maintenance and refilling.
    Argon When used in an insulated area, the gas may restrict the intake of oxygen in the brain. Is harmless to goods. It is a natural element and thus harmless to the environment. Extensive pipe network, compressors, etc. required. Possible disruption of ongoing activities. Requires maintenance and refilling.
    Halon Harmless to people, but has been prohibited by the Treaty of Vienna and the corresponding protocol of Montreal since 1994. Causes no indirect damages. The use of CFCs and HCFCs is prohibited. Extensive pipe network, compressors, etc. required. Possible disruption of ongoing activities.
    Foam and water When used in fixed systems, it is necessary for people to use protective measures. Can be corrosive due to large concentrations of water and the residues are harmful to sensitive electronic components. The remaining residues may be difficult to remove and the foam can be very hazardous for water flora and animals. Extensive pipe network, compressors, etc. required. Possible disruption of ongoing activities. Maintenance and refilling required.

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