Argonite | Fire extinguishing systems
|Cara Pembayaran||Transfer Bank (T/T), Tunai|
|Kemas & Pengiriman||Paket Instalasi Pemasangan / RKS / RAB / BQ / KERJASAMA PROYEK|
ARGONITE fire extinguishing systems, utilise a pure 50/ 50 gaseous mixture of Nitrogen and Argon. Both gases are naturally occurring and pose no threat to the environment. The extinguishant is stored in high pressure cylinders normally filled at 150 or 200 bar at 15 degrees C. ( Refer to actual rating label on the cylinders) . ARGONITE will safely and effectively extinguish fires in most applications.
Systems are designed to provide a residual oxygen level of 12.5% , thereby allowing operation in automatic mode whilst personnel are present; ( As laid down in the Halon Alternative Group report " Review of Toxic and asphyxiating hazards of Clean Agent Replacements for Halon 1301 " .)
The fire extinguishing capability of ARGONITE is achieved by the reduction of atmospheric oxygen level to below that which supports combustion. For most materials this is below 15% but above 10% LOEL ( Lowest Observable Effect Level) , and the level which can support human life with minimal effect and discomfort. Systems are designed to provide a residual oxygen level of 12.5% , thereby providing a margin of safety on extinguishing and survivability.
ARGONITE systems generally comprise of a number, or bank of high pressure cylinders, each connected to a series of cylinder manifolds via flexible high pressure hoses and non-return valves. The main manifold is fitted with a pressure reducing orifice prior to its connection to the distribution pipe work