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A condensed/solid aerosol fire suppression technology.

  • Versatile
  • Cost-Effective
  • Long-Lasting
  • Non-Ozone Depleting

INSTALLED SYSTEMS

Manual, thermal, and electrically controlled systems are suitable for a host of different applications:

  • Telecommunications facilities
  • Base stations
  • General industrial hazards
  • Engine compartments
  • Electronic cabinets
  • Switchgear enclosures
  • CNC machines

  • Printing equipment
  • Flammable liquid storage
  • Hazmat storage
  • Marine engine rooms
  • Machinery spaces
  • Mines
  • Paint spray booths

  • Mobile generator trailers
  • Trains
  • Scrubber units
  • Process control rooms
  • PABX rooms
  • High value mobile equipment
  • Cellular sites and relay towers

  • Data processing facilities
  • Flammable liquid storage areas
  • Turbine & generator enclosures
  • Power plants
  • Electrical sub stations
  • Electrical sub floors
  • Small boats

FIRST RESPONDERS

A tool designed for firefighters, police, and other first responders for uses such as:
  • Rapid intervention teams
  • Electrical vaults
  • Meth lab fires

  • Below grade fires
  • Delay flashovers
  • Rapid temperature drop

  • Vehicle fires
  • Attic fires
  • Personal protection

  • High rise building fires
  • Shipboard fires
  • Bilge fires

HOW DOES IT WORK?

“Free Radicals”* are essential to the propagation of a fire — OH, H and
O. Stat-X supressess the fire primarily by chemical interference with
these “free radicals” within the fire zone.

Potassium radicals (K) are the main active component of the Stat-X aerosol.
These potassium radicals react with the radicals of the flame.

*Free radical — an uncharged molecule (typically highly reactive and short-lived)
having an un-paired valence electron.