CO2 Gas Flooding System



CO2 at atmospheric pressure is a colorless, odorless and electrically Non-Conductive inert gas. It has high expansion ratio, which facilities rapid discharge and allows three-dimensional quick penetration in the entire hazard area. Made from premium components, this CO2 Gas Flooding System’s importance lies in the fact that it has high efficiency to extinguish fire by reducing the oxygen content of the protected area below the point where it can support combustion. We offer the CO2 Gas Flooding System that provides its own pressure for discharging through Valves, Pipework and Nozzles.     
 
Applications : Modern, more efficient equipment make use of carbon dioxide to displace intracardiac gases in a safe procedure. The carbon dioxide field-flooding technique is safer, easier, and more efficacious than traditional ones. Used for machinery spaces, pump rooms and cargo holds, it extinguishes fire by suppressing the oxygen content in the space. From main distribution valves, a piping system is used to distribute the gas to the discharge nozzles, which are placed uniformly throughout the protected area. Designed to withstand every climatic condition, these devices are widely used in the following area of applications :

  • Transformers
  • Power Generators
  • Machinery Spaces
  • Ships Holds
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Chemical Equipment
  • Chemical Work & Stores
  • Switch Rooms


Features & Benefits :

  • Fast fire extinguishing system
  • Effective on deep-seated fires in engine rooms, pump rooms and cargo holds
  • Safety release delay designed for security
  • Can utilize CO2 gas distribution piping to cargo holds for smoke sampling
  • Effective on deep-seated fires in engine rooms, pump rooms and cargo holds
  • CO2 has an Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) of zero and a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of 1
  • CO2 gas is cost effective & safe for environment
  • Rack modules (cylinders, manifolds and discharge hoses) can be supplied as an option.

Specifications

Product Code CO2 Gas Flooding System