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Gas Fire Extinguishing Systems

Gas extinguishing systems extinguish the fire by lowering the temperature and reducing the amount of oxygen in the environment below the combustion limit. They have common usage areas because they do not harm the places they are applied, they offer flexible usage options, and the equipment in the spaces can be used after the extinguishing process. Clean Gas: It is a volatile liquid or gaseous extinguishing agent that has no electrical conductivity, does not leave any waste after evaporation. In order for a fire to occur, flammable materials must reach a certain temperature and there must be sufficient oxygen in the environment. For combustion to occur, the oxygen ratio must not fall below . Combustion reaction begins to die out slowly when the oxygen content falls below 16%. If the oxygen ratio drops below 12%, the combustion ends. Gas Extinguishing Systems Usage Areas: In Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) rooms. Computer, server (Server), in control rooms. Turbines (Hes, Thermal Power Plant, Wind Turbines). In electrical distribution panel rooms. Generator, compressor, ventilation units, Cable Galleries. At natural gas distribution stations. On floating and fixed platforms. It is widely used in ships. IT rooms and centers. Main command and control centers. automation centers. Art galleries, archives and museums and museums. Libraries. laboratories and research and development centers. Telephone exchanges. Medical supplies warehouses.

Carbon dioxide gas fire extinguishing systems are a highly preferred extinguishing system in large fires. One of the reasons why this gas extinguishing system is preferred so much is that the effect of carbon dioxide is too high on oxygen and it decreases the ambient temperature rapidly. Fire extinguishing systems with carbon dioxide gas, which should not be used in areas with people, even cause sudden death and fainting.