Inergen is a blend of three naturally occurring Gases; nitrogen, Argon, and Carbon Dioxide. Upon discharge, INERGEN instantly floods the room, remaining suspended to suppress fires quickly and effectively.
An inert gas mixture, INERGEN is absolutely free of residues and corrosive by-products that may produce further property damage.
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One of the most remarkable aspects of INERGEN is that it is safe for people. Unlike halocarbon (chemical alternatives, which can create dangerous levels of hydrogen fluoride when in the presence of fire, INERGEN is entirely non-toxic, producing no corrosive decomposition products whatsoever. Plus, because INERGEN will not produce a fog when discharged, escape routes remain visible during suppression. With INERGEN, the oxygen level is reduced enough to put out the flames, yet more than enough remains to breathe.
In fact, those who breathe normally around INERGEN in extinguishing concentrations receive the same amount oxygen to the brain as they would in an ordinary atmosphere, vital in cases where immediate evacuation may not be possible.
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css_animation=””]Typical Applications
- Electronics/Data Processing Equipment
- Pharmaceutical Facilities
- Banks/Stock Exchanges
- Museums/Art Galleries
- Electrical Rooms
- Control Rooms
- Medical Facilities
- Records/Archive Storage
- Telecommunications Facilities
- Railway/Airport Signal Traffic Controls