Eco7® Fire Extinguishing Liquid Agent can be applied in many situations. Not only is it best in combating wildfire, but is also dependable in different circumstances like a fire in the kitchen, on a vehicular transportation, on tanks and much more. Combating fire on different platforms has never been easy as Eco7’s unique and innovative design was intended to penetrate burning materials rapidly. And as a result, it suppresses fire fast and effectively, decreasing the damage that could have been massive.
DETECTION TUBING SYSTEM
Direct Action Release System
Pre-Engineered Units can be configured for Direct Action Release (DAR) by utilizing Detection Tubing System that acts as a fire detection device, a nozzle, and a fire suppressant delivery in the system. Under this design, no electrical detection devices and alarm control units are used. The portion of the tube nearest to the hottest point of the fire ruptures, forming an effective discharge nozzle. The pressure in the cylinder propels the entire contents of the cylinder through this instant nozzle which is directed to the fire immediately.
Secondary Action Release System
Our Pre-Engineered units valve can be configured for Secondary Action Release (SAR) as well. Under this arrangement, Detection Tubing System is used solely as a detection device only. When Detection Tubing System erupts under a fire condition, it will operate the Pre-Engineered unit valve to discharge the fire suppression agent through the discharge port of the valve, which is connected to a set of copper or stainless steel tubing or braided hose with nozzles strategically placed within the protected enclosure. This arrangement again does not require any electrical alarm control panel. However, our Pre-Engineered unit can be fitted with the electric solenoid to be connected to an Agent Release Control for the electrical release of the extinguishing system. This configuration will require electrical detection devices to be connected to the said Agent Release Control.
INERT GAS SYSTEM
INERT GAS 541 (IG-541)
Orient IG-541 is composed of 40% Argon, 52% Nitrogen and 8% of CO2. Orient IG-541 suppression systems are based on the principle of reducing the oxygen concentration inside the protected hazard. The oxygen concentration is minimized by the application of IG-541 until it reaches a level where combustion is no longer supported. Each system is designed so as to decrease oxygen to a specific level. When discharged, Orient IG-541 is quickly and uniformly distributed within the enclosure, achieving design concentration in 60 seconds.
INERT GAS 100 (IG-100)
Orient IG-100 is made up of 100% of Nitrogen. This inert gas is naturally present in the atmosphere, therefore its green-house effect is nil and its ozone layer depletion potential is zero. It is chemically inert, non-conductive, colourless, odourless and flavourless. Orient IG-100 is non-corrosive and may be used at normal temperatures with such materials as nickel, steel, stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze, and plastics.
INERT GAS 55 (IG-55)
This is a blend of 50% Argon & 50% Blend of Nitrogen. The fire suppression gas is blended to offer better buoyancy for the fire suppression agent keeping the fire suppression gas at higher levels in the protected enclosure for longer!
This type of fire suppression is considered a green option and does have many advantages used in the right application.
CARBON DIOXIDE SYSTEM
Cylinders used for the CO2 system have the design pressure of 2,175 psi (150 bar) and test pressure of 3,625 psi (250 bar). The filling rate of the cylinder is never higher than 0.6 kg of CO2 for each liter of capacity of the cylinder. Each cylinder is equipped with brass valve containing a safety burst disc for protection against over pressurization due to elevated temperature and a dip tube (siphon tube). The cylinder is also equipped with a valve cap that is attached to the threaded neck ring for the valve protection in accordance with ISO 11117 standard.
Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression Systems are recommended for protection of unoccupied spaces or local applications such as printing presses or commercial baking ovens.