Fire suppression ANSUL INERGEN SYSTEM – 300-BAR IFLOW
Fire Suppression System
Product Specification Fire suppression ANSUL INERGEN SYSTEM - 300-BAR IFLOW
INERGEN SYSTEMS - 300-BAR IFLOW TECHNOLOGY
Using innovative iFLOW delivery technology, the INERGEN® 300-Bar Clean-Agent Fire Extinguisher Suppression System provides a regulated discharge agent to protected hazard areas.
Inergent agents consist of naturally occurring gases found in the air we breathe. Unlike other inert gas agents, Inergen agents include a small portion of carbon dioxide which increases its ability to sustain life in a reduced oxygen atmosphere. Inergent agents are non-toxic, do not produce corrosive decomposition products when exposed to fire and are designed to protect valuable or sensitive assets that can be damaged by conventional agents. When it runs out, it will not produce fog, so escape routes will remain visible. And in the aftermath of an incident, agents only return to the atmosphere in a natural state without causing environmental impacts.
During a typical inert gas system inert, pressure and peak surge flow occur. This is the peak that is used to determine the pipe size specifications and ventilation requirements. The iFLOW system reduces pressure surges in distribution pipelines during discharge. This allows for the use of smaller diameter, lower pressure-rated pipes and reduced pressure relief ventilation requirements. A proven agent technology improvement, innovative iFLOW technology is based on three main elements:
The iFLOW valve reduces peak pressure and regulates flow at a nominal pressure of 60 bar (870 psi) in a 300 bar (4350 psi) system, while maintaining the ability to reach 95% of the system design concentration within 60 or 120 seconds. The iFLOW horizontal check valve minimize installation time by facilitating container interconnection and, in many cases, eliminating the need for discharge manifolds. The iFLOW matrix system offers design flexibility and adaptation for complex architectural spaces. When compared to traditional racking, the matrix system allows storage containers to be positioned in traditional lines or around objects providing more flexibility during installation and rapid removal of containers from banks during refilling and maintenance.
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