Automatic Fire Extinguishing Systems

Fire protection is critical in areas with high value content or vital information such as server rooms, computer rooms, control rooms, historic buildings, museums, telephone stations, etc.

Mindful of this need, Sensorpoint designs, installs and provides support services for automatic fire extinguishing systems.

Our systems based on the latest international standards allow a rapid response to a fire in an early stage, aiming to protect lives and goods while still being concerned with the environment.

Inergen

With the continuing concern for environmental impact and international treaties, such as the Montreal Protocol and the Kyoto Protocol, rules have been laid down for gases that can be used in industry and fire-fighting applications, reducing destruction of the Ozone layer and without greenhouse effect.

Inert gases are recognized for being 100% ecological, being naturally available in the air that we breathe. They are not toxic to humans, do not release hazardous substances when in contact with fire, visibility is not impaired and does not release residues after discharge. Inergen is in the inert gas category.

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Novec

As a consequence of the prohibition of halogen gases (such as Halon 1301) because they are greenhouse gases and destructive of the Ozone layer, a new generation of agents, more environmentally friendly, has been developed maintaining the excellent ability to extinguish fires.

Novec is in this category.

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IG55 - Argonite

With the continuing concern for environmental impact and international treaties, such as the Montreal Protocol and the Kyoto Protocol, rules have been laid down for gases that can be used in industry and fire-fighting applications, reducing destruction of the Ozone layer and without greenhouse effect.

Inert gases are recognized for being 100% ecological, being naturally available in the air that we breathe. They are not toxic to humans, do not release hazardous substances when in contact with fire, visibility is not impaired and does not release residues after discharge. The IG55 – Argonite is in the inert gas category.

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FM200

As a consequence of the prohibition of halogen gases (such as Halon 1301) because they are greenhouse gases and destructive of the Ozone layer, a new generation of agents, more environmentally friendly, has been developed maintaining the excellent ability to extinguish fires.

The FM200 is in this category.

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CO2

Historically, the most used gas as a fire extinguishing agent, making it highly customizable according to the danger we want to protect.

Even if it is not ideal for spaces occupied by people (mandatory safety precautions should be taken if people are present), it is one of the most effective gases for the extinction of a wide variety of fires, Class A, B and C.

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Extinction of electrical switchboards

Automatic extinction for electrical panels.

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