Fire Suppression

It offers a system solution where fire detection and suppression are mechanically integrated, with no need for electrical power, and it operates independently. It can be mechanically activated without being controlled by a control box or connected to any electrical power source. With its built-in thermal sensor/activator, it can self-activate by detecting fires at various optional temperatures (57°, 68°, 79°, 93°C, 141°C, 180°C) to meet different requirements.
After the detection of fire by the thermal sensor/activator, the fire is effectively suppressed by the fire aerosol extinguisher. Along with its low weight and dimensions, it offers high flexibility and integrability in various applications in active fire protection, with easy installation and rapid replacement feature.

Linear heat-sensing wires are used for fire detection in the area where they are installed during fire situations. In this system, the aim is to achieve fire detection by attaching thermal wires to the surfaces of the area to be protected from fire. Depending on the size, class, and the area where the fire originates, the detection time can range from 10 to 40 seconds. After the ambient temperature reaches 180°C, the structure of the wire begins to deteriorate, and the outer layer melts, causing the inner wires to come into contact with each other and directing the fire alarm to the control box. It is suitable for complex systems that are not suitable for UV-IR detectors. It is disposable and needs to be replaced after each activation. It operates in a temperature range of -55 to +170°C. It is commonly used in vehicle engines, electrical panels, and generators.