About Extinguishing Systems
Extinguishing Systems :
Extinguishing Systems : A gas extinguishing system is a fire extinguishing system that extinguishes fire with the help of a gaseous extinguishing agent either through oxygen displacement (reduction of oxygen content) or physical effects (heat extraction). In contrast to a sprinkler system, a gas extinguishing system is designed to extinguish and not only suppress fire.
Gas extinguishing systems are used when water, foam or powder extinguishing systems are not effective or if extinguishing with the above-mentioned extinguishing agents could cause significant damage. Typical areas of use include all types of electrical switch rooms, IT and server rooms.
Gas extinguishing systems are the "cleanest" extinguishing systems. Extinguishing gases have no influence on conventional electrical systems such as servers, etc. A range of different extinguishing gases can be used for the extinguishing system. The specific properties of the different extinguishing gases also define their area of use.
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