Implement Clean Agent Fire Suppression in Your Office

More and more companies are upgrading their fire maintenance and prevention systems in Ohio with office fire prevention systems using clean agents. A clean agent is electrically nonconductive, volatile or gaseous fire extinguishing means that do not leave a residue upon evaporation—or—a way to put out a fire without using water. Thus, clean agents are the ideal choice as office fire prevention systems that for data storage rooms, IT equipment (computers, servers, &tc.), artwork/antiques, electronics of any variety and so on. As a commercial fire sprinkler systems company serving Ohio, we at Hard Fire feel it a valuable service to provide further information on the increasingly popular clean agent as office fire suppression system.

Clean agents inhibit the chain reaction that unfolds between heat, oxygen and a fuel source that ignites a potentially all-consuming blaze. Some examples of clean agents are FM-200 and Novec 1230.

Office fire prevention systems that use clean agents…

…work quickly, usually reaching extinguishing levels in 10 seconds or less.

…are incredibly effective when used in conjunction with an early detection system. Clean agents control and extinguish a fire in its earliest stages, before it has a chance to spread. These types of fire suppression agents are non-conductive and non-corrosive—meaning they will not damage electronics, mechanical devices, art, etc.

… are safe to use around people and do not present any health hazards.

…evaporate cleanly by quickly vaporizing into gas during discharge. No residue is left behind, meaning clean up will not be too costly. Safely and effectively reaching all areas of a protected space, they will not cause damage sensitive equipment.

… such as NOVEC 1230 are not harmful to the environment. They do not add to the depletion of the ozone layer and possess a small atmospheric lifetime. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not have any usage restrictions for clean agents like FM-200 or Novec 1230.

…do not take up as much space as C02 or inert gas systems as their cylinders storing the clean agent are smaller. If your space is limited or if your company contains many restricted areas or rooms, this type of system is especially ideal. You can still get one of the best types of fire protection systems on the market without sacrificing too much space.

Are you interested in learning more about office fire protection systems in Ohio? Call us at Hard Fire at 1-800-848-1301 or 614-882-2990, or you can Contact Us.