Fire suppression system

The INERGEN clean-agent fire suppression system provides a regulated agent discharge into the protected hazard area.

07/13/2015


The INERGEN clean-agent fire-suppression system provides a regulated agent discharge into the protected hazard area. Courtesy: Tyco Fire Protection Products The iFLOW system reduces pressure spikes in the distribution pipe network during discharge. This allows for the use of smaller-diameter, lower pressure-rated piping and reduced pressure-relief venting requirements. The iFLOW valve reduces the peak pressure and regulates the flow at a nominal pressure of 60 bar (870 psi) in the 300-bar (4,350-psi) system. The horizontal check valve minimizes installation time by facilitating the in­terconnection of containers. The matrix system offers design flexibility and adaptation to complex archi­tectural spaces. The iFLOW system can be actuated by detection and control equipment for automatic system operation along with providing local and remote manual operation as needed. Accessories are used to provide alarms, ventilation control, door closures, or other aux­iliary shutdown or activation functions.

Tyco Fire Protection Products

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