Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System
The EXA fire suppression system is a solid aerosol-generating compound contained in a non-pressurised metal canister. The EXA fire-extinguishing aerosol is a mixture of dry chemical particles and gasses – which, when electrically activated, produces combustion of micron-sized dry chemical particles and gas to extinguish fire.
Before being released into the protected area, the EXA aerosol propels itself through a unique physical coolant which absorbs and redistributes heat, thus ensuring flameless discharge and uniform distribution of aerosol within the area. Micron-sized aerosol particles, which exhibit gas-like three dimensional qualities, allow the agent to rapidly distribute throughout the enclosure and even reach concealed or shielded locations. Homogeneous distribution is achieved in seconds, while long holding times help to prevent fire re-ignition.
Non-pressurised, non-toxic, environmentally friendly, the EXA self-contained module requires no plumbing work and therefore is easy to install and maintain.
ADVANTAGES OF EXA & EXA-M
Compact & Versatile
Smallest & lightest fire extinguishing system
Resistant to atmospheres with high humidity, corrosiveness and saltiness
Flexible choice of operation modes – either automatic, manual, electrical, or thermal
Can be fully autonomous stand-alone systems when coupled with our TAD detection and activation devices – no power source or battery required.
Fast response after detection of fire
Rapid system discharge – instantaneous extinguishing action
Low agent concentration
No pressure cylinders
No moving parts
No gases or liquids, therefore no leakages
No pipe work or manifold
Simple to install & re-commission
No maintenance required for aerosol modules. Only checks on electrical circuit required
Tested & Certified
Activfire, Active Fire Protection – Product Certification by CSIRO Australia
Approved alternative to Halon under Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program by United States Environmental Agency (USEPA)
National Maritime Safety Committee Australia
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
Certified & recognised by various certification bodies worldwide