Gas fire suppression systems are ideal for protecting assets where water may pose a risk. IT, Data and Communication areas are the most common risk applications.
Surefire design proprietary gaseous systems in accordance with BSEN 15004-1, using LPCB approved manufacturers equipment. During the design process, our team will go through the options available, and select the most appropriate for you and your budget.
Your gas suppression system can be integrated into your fire detection system for a seamless building fire strategy. Surefire are certificated to BAFE SP203 for both extinguishing systems and fire detection systems, which gives you peace of mind that you will receive the best solution for your application.
Safe for the occupants and a natural way to extinguish a fire. Inert gases work by removing the oxygen levels from a fire. Gases available: Inergen, Proinert and Argonite.
Once a gas suppression has been installed, a room integrity test needs to be completed to ensure that the calculated amount of gas does not escape from the protected area and cause the fire to re-ignite.
Clean chemical gases remove the heat element from the fire. An alternative to inert systems, gases include FM200 and Novec 1230.
All compressed gas cylinders must be hydrostatically tested every 10 years in accordance with BS EN 1968: 2002.
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