All normally occupied or unoccupied areas where electronic equipment is either very sensitive or irreplaceable INERGEN agent is a mixture of three naturally occurring gases: nitrogen, argon and carbon dioxide. Because INERGEN agent is composed of atmospheric gases, it does not pose the problems of toxicity associated with the chemically derived Halon alternative agents. INERGEN agent contains only naturally-occurring gases which have no impact on the ozone or the environment in general. When INERGEN agent is discharged into a room, it introduces the proper mixture of gases that still allow a person to breathe in a reduced oxygen atmosphere. Simply stated, the human body is stimulated by the carbon dioxide to breathe more deeply and rapidly to compensate for the lower oxygen content of the atmosphere. INERGEN extinguishing system units are designed for total flooding protection against Class A surface burning, Class B flammable liquid, and Class C fires occurring within an enclosure by lowering the oxygen content below the level that supports combustion.
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Unlike other inert gas agents, INERGEN agent includes a small percentage of carbon dioxide which enhances its ability to sustain life in a reduced oxygen atmosphere. INERGEN agent is nontoxic, does not produce corrosive decomposition products when exposed to fire and is designed to protect valuable or sensitive assets that could be damaged by conventional agents. When discharged, it will not produce a fog, so escape routes will remain visible.
And in the aftermath of an incident, the agent simply returns to the atmosphere in its natural state causing no environmental impact. During a typical inert gas system discharge, peak pressure and flow spikes occur. It is these peaks that are used to determine the pipe size specification and venting requirements. The iFLOW system reduces pressure spikes in the distribution pipe network during discharge.
This allows for the use of smaller diameter, lower pressure-rated piping and reduced pressure relief venting requirements. The iFLOW horizontal check valve minimizes installation time by facilitating the interconnection of containers and, in many cases, eliminates the need for a discharge manifold.
The iFLOW matrix system offers design flexibility and adaptation to complex architectural spaces. When compared with traditional racking, the matrix system allows storage containers to be positioned in traditional rows or around objects providing more flexibility during installation and quicker removal of containers from the bank during recharge and maintenance.
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