Carbon dioxide gas panel flooding systems is based on creating an extinguishing concentration of CO2 within an enclosed space containing the combustible materials. The quantity of CO2 is determined by applying an appropriate flooding factor to the volume being protected with proper enclosing.
The detection tube just triggers the valve when it detects a fire. The extinguishing agent discharges through a conventional outlet port. A fixed supply of CO2 is permanently connected to a fixed CO2 piping and discharge nozzles are arranged to discharge CO2 into the protected space.
The detection is through the sensor/detection tube and discharge is through a separate delivery nozzle.
It is the most effective suppression configuration.
It covers a large area.
It allows quicker discharge of extinguishing agent.
Linear pneumatic detection requires no external power source for detection
Compact, flexible and reliable
The tube is pressurized to 16 bar
Tube bursts at the heat of a young fire (100°C - 110°C)
Ensure that the Fire Detector tube length is chosen appropriately as per desired application.
The system is designed as per requisite standard.
It is important to ensure that the flow of gas is properly distributed in an indirect system.
|1||Make||Cylinder - RAMA/EKC and valve - FireDeTec|
|2||Cylinder Size||4.5,6.5,9,22.5 kg (PESO approved)|
(AT 21 °C [70 °F])
|60-70 Bar [195 psig]|
|4||Description||High pressure cylinder as per IS 7238 & PESO approved.|
|5||Suppression Agent||Co2 gas|
|6||Nozzle and piping||Brass nozzle and SS delivery line|
|7||Usage||Co2 is effective for use on:
● Class B – Flammable liquid fires
● Class C – Electrical equipment fires