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Total Flooding Fluoroketone (FK) Based Fire Suppression System

Total Flooding Fluoroketone (FK) Based Fire Suppression System

  • Ceasefire Fluoroketone (FK) based total flooding system is a suppression system that achieves extensive coverage. This self-activated system uses advanced technology to achieve maximum extinguishing efficiency.


    Here's how it works. When the detectors sense a rise in temperature above normal levels, particles of smoke or a change in the quality of air, they alert the Control Panel. The Control Panel, in turn, activates the System.


    Once activated, the impulse triggers a high-pressure solenoid valve that releases the FK gas from the cylinders to the nozzle via a flexible piping network. At the same time, a hooter goes off, warning personnel to clear the area while the extinguishing agent is dispersed in the room.

    Flouroketone’s fire fighting effectiveness is achieved through heat absorption and 20% through direct chemical means (action of the fluorine radical on the chain reaction of a flame). Harnessing the latest in cutting-edge firefighting technology, this system has been designed for commercial enterprises and industries. This system requires no monitoring whatsoever, activating instantly in the event of a fire.


    The FK based flooding system can be manually activated too.


    As soon as a fire is detected, the system is activated and large quantities of extinguishing agents are released through wide-range nozzles that give the agent more reach. This effectively 'floods' the area, reducing the concentration of oxygen in the air and efficiently putting out the fire.


    Being self-activated, the system offers protection from fire 24X7, whether anyone's around or not.

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