Suppression System is an engineered
utilizing a fixed nozzle agent
distribution network. The system is designed and installed
in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) Standard 2001, “Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing
Systems.” When properly designed, the FM-200 system will
suppress surface burning fire in Class A, B, and C hazards.
80% of FM-200 fire fighting effectiveness
is achieved through heat absorption and 20% through direct
chemical means (action of the fluorine radical on the chain
reaction of a flame).Complete suppression using FM-200 has
the following advantages:
The low concentration of FM-200 required means less
visual obscurity and minimal risk to personnel.
small quantity of agent discharged minimizes over
pressurization of the protected area.
• Maximum safety for personnel due to low
• Most effective when used with automatic
introduce FM-200 rapidly.
• The ability to prevent re-ignition as
long as concentration
levels are maintained.
Typical areas that can be protected by a
FM-200 system are:
Bank Vaults Libraries
Rare Book Stores Electronic Data
Telephone Exchanges Studios
Communication Centers Transformer and
Control Rooms Test Laboratories Flammable