Inert Gas System

Inert Gas System

Inert gas suppression systems use argon and nitrogen gases and their mixtures as an extinguishing agent and are based in the principle of reducing the oxygen concentration inside the protected hazard. The oxygen concentration is reduced by the application of the inert gas until it reduces to a level where combustion is no longer possible. Each system is designed so as to decrease the atmospheric oxygen to a specific threshold. When discharged, inert gas is quickly and uniformly distributed within the enclosure, achieving design concentration in 60 seconds.


Argon and nitrogen exist naturally in the environment; therefore, they have no greenhouse effect, and thus the ozone layer depletion potential is zero. It is chemically inert, non-conductive, colorless, odorless, and flavorless. Inert gas is non-corrosive and may be used at normal temperatures with such materials as nickel, steel, stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze, and plastics.

Inert gas fire suppression systems are the safe, natural way to extinguish a fire. Because of our unique patented valve design and assembly, the inert gas agent enters the protected zone within 60 seconds and without any troublesome pressure drops.

Constant Pressure system

The Constant Pressure system is particularly suited for suppressing fires in hazards where an electrically non-conductive medium is essential or desirable; where clean-up of other agents presents a problem; or where the hazard is normally occupied and requires a non-toxic agent.


Acoustic Suppression Nozzle

Data centres and server rooms are continuously improving their efficiencies to store and process more data. Improvements in computing hardware have led to an increase in Hard Disk Data (HDD) sensitivity to sound. Inert gas fire suppression systems, normally used to protect this type of equipment, can produce sound levels that may have adverse effects on noise sensitive equipment.The Acoustic Nozzle, in combination with the 300 bar Fire Suppression Systems, is particularly useful for suppressing fires in hazards where sound levels may affect sensitive electronic equipment. Typical applications for the acoustic nozzle include server rooms and data centers.

Sound Performance

Sound power is the amount of sound energy produced by a noise source such as a fire suppression system discharge nozzle. The Acoustic Nozzle is designed to reduce the sound power level produced during a discharge of the Fire Suppression System to a level below what is harmful to the disk drives in the Data centre racks.

  • Zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)
  • Zero Global Warming Potential (GWP)
  • Multiple Hazard Protection
  • Remote Container Storage Location
  • Weight Similar to Air
  • No Combustion By-Products
  • Electrically Non-conductive
  • No Fogging & No Residue
  • Data Centers & Server Rooms
  • Offices, Hospitals and Human-Occupied Areas
  • Libraries and Archives
  • Financial centers and banks
  • Museums & Cultural Heritage Building
  • Laboratories
  • Petroleum
  • Oil & Gas Facilities
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Telecommunication Facilities
  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Power generation and transmission facilities
  • Laboratories

UAE Civil Defense & VDS Approved