Protecting Sensitive Environments
Every year, thousands of fires involve electrical equipment, and hundreds of these take place in computer rooms*. For environments like these, as well as those that contain manufacturing equipment or irreplaceable valuables like paintings, wet sprinklers aren’t the best answer for fire suppression.
Clean agent systems are faster and safer than water, and they limit damage and downtime.
Although smoke is the biggest enemy of sensitive equipment, heat can do a lot of damage before a room gets hot enough for a sprinkler head to discharge water. Effective fire protection needs to be extremely responsive, cause little damage, and be safe for people as well as the environment.
Our fire suppression systems are installed and inspected by a team of designers and technicians certified by the Qatar Civil Defense and by Manufacturers based in Europe and US.
At Thompson we are a UL “First Fill” authorized to fill Ansul Clean agent systems using FM-200 and NOVEC Agents. This can allow for fast turn around on installation of systems as we always have a ready supply of agent, cylinders and critical components in country for that fast moving project or that forgotten room. Clean Agent Systems bring the best in environmentally friendly, minimal-damage protection to areas such as:
Electrical distribution Rooms
Museums and libraries
Heavy industrial facility
Today to find out about your options for fire suppression systems and our customized service plans
Types Of Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems
Clean Agent Suppression Systems
Clean Agent systems utilize gases that are safe for humans and the environment. These systems are ideal for all occupied spaces that hold valuables. The Main types of Clean Agent Systems are:
Each as it’s advantage and disadvantages – Contact US to help help make a determination which system is best for your requirement.
Aerosol Suppression System
Aerosol fire suppressant is a potassium-based aerosol that suppresses fire by chemically interfering with the free radicals of flame. These systems are good for protecting small enclosures and unoccupied space. View Details >>
Clean Agent Maintenance Schedule
- 6-month inspection of suppression agent containers to confirm proper weight and/or pressure.
- 1-year inspection and testing of entire suppression system including initiating devices, release devices, piping, nozzles, agent containers and signal.
- 5-year certified inspection of containers—reduce likelihood of need to hydrostatic test.*
1. Check all initiating devices and verify time delays for system discharge.
2. Ensure releasing device activates properly.
3. Verify abort device and manual release functionality.
4. Check weight and/or pressure of agent containers.
5. Verify the orientation of all discharge, pipe fittings and nozzles.
6. Perform enclosure “Room integrity test.
7. Check batteries and signal.
8. Verify as-built drawings and flow calculations.