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Supplier: Pyott-Boone Electronics (PBE Group)
Description: , and most importantly, operator injury. Installation of the Pyott-Boone/Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression system can qualify you for lower insurance premiums. Many insurance companies have recognized a reduction in claims paid out due to the presence of a fixed vehicleShow More
Supplier: City Fire Equipment Company
Description: Clean Agent extinguishers displace oxygen (CO2 or inert gases), remove heat from a combustion zone (Halotron or FE-36) or inhibit chemical chain reactions (Halons). They are considered clean agents because they do not leave any residue, making them ideal for sensitive electronics andShow More
Description: Suitable for vehicles. Aluminium case. Powdered coated, steel wire bracket Application = Electrical, Vehicle Extinguishing Material = Dry Powder Volume = 2kg Weight = 3.7kg Fire Rating = 13A, 70B Fire Class = A, B, C Discharge Time = 15sShow More
Description: Flexible outlet hose. Lined steel case Application = Combustible Solids Extinguishing Material = Water Volume = 9L Weight = 14.5kg Mounting Type = Wall Mounted Fire Rating = 13A Fire Class = A Discharge Time = 55sShow More
Description: Flexible outlet hose. Lined steel case Application = Electrical, Vehicle Extinguishing Material = Dry Powder Volume = 9kg Weight = 13.4kg Mounting Type = Floor Standing Fire Rating = 233B, 34A Fire Class = A, B, C Discharge Time = 30sShow More
Description: Flexible outlet hose. Lined steel case Application = Domestic, Food Industry Extinguishing Material = Wet Chemical Volume = 6L Weight = 10.7kg Mounting Type = Floor Standing Fire Rating = 113B, 13A, 75F Fire Class = A, B, F Discharge Time = 60sShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Guide for Fire Prevention for Photovoltaic Panels, Modules, and Systems -- ASTM E2908-12
Description: provide an assembly of generally-accepted practices. 1.3 This guide is intended for systems which contain photovoltaic modules and panels as dc source circuits, although the recommended practices may also apply to systems utilizing ac modules. 1.4 This guide does not coverShow More
Description: organized into 200 chapters and for the first time two volumes. Today, there are more chapters than there were pages in 1896! The Handbook is organized around the six major strategies that are the building blocks of a systems approach to fire safety through balanced fireShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Specification for Fire Safety for Candle Accessories -- ASTM F2601-13
Description: other safety practices such as adult supervision, close monitoring of product when in use, and fire detection, alarm, or suppression systems. Details regarding the safety requirements and test methods for identifying stability of candle accessories, candle burners, andShow More
Description: document a complete handbook of all NFPA documents that establish water supply requirements for fixed suppression systems, regardless of the type of water supply. Part I provides examples of possible fire pump configuration based on the requirements of NFPA 20, and discusses theShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Test Method for Positive Pressure Fire Tests of Window Assemblies -- ASTM E2010-99
Description: .2). 1.3 This fire-test-response test method is intended to evaluate the ability of window assemblies, including glass block or other light transmitting assemblies, to remain in a wall or partition during a predetermined fire test exposure, which is then followed by theShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Specification for Fire Safety for Candles -- ASTM F2417-11
Description: important safety practices that should be in place, such as adult supervision, close monitoring, fire detection, alarm or suppression systems, and use of candles away from combustible materials. 1.3 Flame-producing devices, such as candles, present a potential hazard toShow More
Description: The LFAFBV-FP lead free* gear-operated ball valve is an NFPA 13-compliant isolation valve with integrated supervisory switches. Features 1", 1 ¼", 1 ½", and 2"diameter, full-port, gear-operated ball valve for fire-suppression system isolation
- Actuation: Manual / Hand
- Connection: Threaded
- Features: Fire Service
- Number of Ports: 2
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North Slope Halon Replacement Strategies
It requires a special high pressure (600 psig) delive~ system and requires about twice the weight of halon 1301 b the same fire suppression performance. .... FE 13 does not deplete ozone, but has a high global warm- ing potential (about double that of halon 1301).
CR4 - Thread: Difference Between "FM200" and "NAF s125" GAS for Fire Suppression
Table 1 lists the clean agent fire extinguishants which are currently commercially available. .... Worldwide, numerous high value items are protected by clean agent systems . .... FM-200Â® suppression systems protect the electrical systems of the Eiffel Tower, the first draft of the .... FE - 13 systems are employed in inerting applications on the North slope, and InergenÂ® systems protect a copy of the Gettysburg address.
SFPE Handbook of Fire Protection Engineering
Other replacement compounds suppress fires primarily by extracting heat from the flame reaction zone, thereby reducing the flame temperature below that which is necessary to maintain sufficiently high reaction rates by a combination of heat of vaporization, heat capacity, and the energy .... Table 44.2 Comparisons of systems in 500–5000 m3 range of volumes . .... FE - 13 .
CR4 - Thread: Halon Fire Suppression
Re: Halon Fire Suppression . .... The other systems , or are too dangerous for people, or are damaging the climate. .... In fact FE 13 need 300 years to disappear, FM 200 30 years, CO2 is a no breathing gas,...
OSA | Application of tunable diode laser diagnostics for temperature and species concentration profiles of inhibited low-pressure flames
We have employed tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) to characterize low-pressure premixed CH4/O2/Ar flames inhibited with Halon 1301 (CF3Br) and the candidate Halon alternative compounds FE - 13 (CF3H) and HFC-125 (C2F5H). .... This work is part of a larger program designed to help identify replacement fire - suppression compounds for the currently used Halon 1301. .... Contact your librarian or system administrator .
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The last requirement for the Automatic Damage Control System is the ability to provide a controlling action .... This controlling action would be activated as an extinguishing agent for fire scenarios. .... Fire Suppression . .... requires compressed storage and expensive FE - 13 6.4% safe for personnel and no clean up .
An assessment of alternatives and technologies for replacing ozone- depleting substances at DOE facilities
A sprinklersystemwith open headsis triggeredby a separatedetection system . .... Some of the substituteshave not previouslybeen used for fire suppression ,and othersare recognizedagentscurrentlyused in fire suppressionsystems. .... The DuPontCompanyhas announceda potentialsubstitute(a), FE - 13 ,a chemicalthat possessan ODP of zero, and has low toxicity, lt is alreadyin use as a refrigerant,lt does have a potentialdrawback: its highvapor pressuredoes not allowits use with standardhalonpiping.
DoE-Identification dual loopiteration design method due to real-time optimization for transient model identification
…G R is supplied too, combustion performs the instability and performs the losing fire but if E .... The EG R control is necessary in pipe be accurate to drive at is flammability limit close. .... example due to identification algorithm proposed to transient model of E G R system shown in Fig .... + fif25u 1( fe - 2) u 2 (fc - 2). .... + g 13 u 21 V^ - l) + g 1, u2(k - l) .