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Heptafluoropropane gas fire extinguishing device

Heptafluoropropane gas fire extinguishing device
Heptafluoropropane gas fire extinguishing device

Cabinet-type gas fire extinguishing device (also known as prefabricated fire extinguishing system) is one of the applications of gas fire extinguishing technology. According to certain application conditions, the fire extinguishing agent storage device and spraying components are designed, assembled and equipped with a fire control system with linkage control function. system. The cabinet-type gas fire extinguishing device has a short spray time, fast fire extinguishing speed, and no pollution to the equipment. The fire extinguishing device has excellent performance and can be used with fire detectors, manual start buttons, fire alarm panels, fire alarm controllers and other electrical equipment.


Cabinet-type heptafluoropropane fire extinguishing device is generally installed in the protected area and fixed with anchor bolts if necessary. Fire detectors and controllers are installed in place according to design requirements. When multiple fire extinguishing devices are used in a protected area, the fire extinguishing devices should be evenly distributed, and spraying should be started at the same time.


After the cabinet-type heptafluoropropane fire extinguishing device is installed, the device is in an automatic working state. When a fire occurs in the protection area, fire detectors such as temperature and smoke detectors send fire alarm signals to the controller, and the controller outputs signals to complete the linkage of related equipment, and sound and light alarms are issued. After a delay of 10-30 seconds (by The controller adjusts according to needs), gives the start signal, opens the fire extinguishing agent storage bottle, and sprays out the medicine to extinguish the fire.


In an emergency, the fire scene personnel can press the controller or the manual push button of the protection area to extinguish the fire.


Sevoflurane fire extinguishing agent is harmful to the human body when the concentration exceeds a certain level. When the fire alarm signal is issued, personnel in the protective area should immediately evacuate from the protective area.