Gas suppression systems for high value protection
Whether it’s equipment, artefacts or data, a gas suppression system protects small areas of high value when water isn’t suitable.
Where there’s lots of electrical equipment, you cannot use water to manage the outbreak of fire. And there are many situations when water could cause much damage to high value contents.
We’ve installed fire suppression systems using gas in data centres and on sites storing high value electrical equipment. We’ve also helped many museums looking to ensure the best possible fire protection for artefacts.
We might recommend a gas suppression system for:
- Computer suites
- Electrical cabinets and switchgear rooms
- Control rooms and telecommunication facilities
- Stores and archives
- Medical and laboratory equipment
You’ll reduce the risk to your business operations with gas suppression. You can be confident of a rapid and highly targeted response.
Please get in touch
Should you need a gas suppression system for your building, please get in touch. You’ll receive the right advice and support to make your building as fire safe as possible.
How gas suppression works
On detecting fire, the alarm system activates, ensuring people quickly evacuate the room.
Once clear, the doors close and the room seals. Gas quickly pumps into the room, starving the fire of oxygen, rapidly putting it out.
A fast response, pressure vents and less water keeps damage to a minimum.
When we work with you, we design and install a system to suit your specific requirements. Able to specify a variety of inert and chemical gases, we help you determine exactly what you need, right from the start.
We can specify the following gases:
- Carbon Dioxide
- Novec 1230