Firetrace fire suppression systems keep your business, people and equipment safe by automatically detecting and suppressing fires in high-risk equipment, like electrical panels, CNC machines, vehicles, and wind turbines.
When the detection tubing bursts, there is a pressure change in the system. This activates a valve, which releases gas or powder stored in the cylinder. Unlike fire extinguishers, Firetrace systems do not require manual operation. However, systems can be manually operated by pushing a button called the manual release.
Firetrace systems contain NovecTM 1230 designed for putting out fires. These are called suppression agents. The suppression agent puts out the fire by eliminating the heat. When the system activates, the agent travels from the cylinder to the protected space, either directly through the detection tube or through connected hoses and nozzles.
Direct release systems detect fires using flexible Firetrace detection tubing. They suppress fires by releasing suppression agent directly through the tubing.Learn More
Indirect release systems detect fires using flexible Firetrace detection tubing. They suppress fires by delivering suppression agent through hoses and nozzles.Learn More
The Firetrace FlexRope combines the components of traditional systems into a single product (agent storage, detection, and discharge together for total suppression).Learn More