Fire Extinguishing Systems

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Inert Gas
Extinguishing Systems
Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishing System



There is a deep-rooted need for clean gas-based fire extinguishing agents, in order to avoid secondary damage caused by the dispersion of fire extinguishing agents when suppressing fires. Carbon dioxide fire extinguishing systems are clean extinguishing systems that meet such needs.

Carbon Dioxide Storage Cylinders

These cylinders are filled with and store the carbon dioxide extinguishing agent.

Pilot Cylinder Box

The pilot cylinder is housed in this box, where pressure is supplied to open the valve of the storage cylinders containing the extinguishing agent.

Spray Head

The head releases the carbon dioxide extinguishing agent in the protected area.

Control Panel/Battery Power Supply

Control Panel
The control panel is equipped with manual/automatic/fire indicator lamps, emergency abort button, manual/automatic selector switch, etc.
Battery Power Supply
This will operate in the event of a power failure, with the battery supplying power to the fire extinguishing system.

Manual Activation Device

This device can be used to manually start up the extinguishing system. It includes power/activation indicator lamps, activation push button, and emergency abort button.

Selector Valve

The selector valve is installed when a bank of cylinders is used to protect multiple hazard areas. The selector valve opens to select the particular protected area where the extinguishing agent will discharge.


Heat detector, smoke detector, etc. are used to detect fire.

Gas Discharge Warning Lamp

Gas discharge warning lamps are installed at the entrances and exits of protected hazard areas. When carbon dioxide is released within the area, the gas discharge warning lamp lights up to warn people against entering the area.

Warning Speaker

Before the carbon dioxide extinguishing agent is released, an announcement is made over the speaker to evacuate people.