Support : Clean Agents in Fire Suppression Systems

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FAQs : Clean Agents in Fire Suppression Systems

What are clean agents?
Clean agents are gaseous fire suppressing agents. Because they suppress fire as gases, there is no damage to protected areas from the discharge and no residue to clean up. Thus, the term "clean" agents.
Is Inertec-100 Nitrogen Gas a type of clean agent and Inert gas?
How do I know whether Inertec-100 nitrogen are safe?
Can people be exposed to clean agents?
Which of the new clean agents is best for my application?
What are the advantages should you should choose to use Inertec-100 system?
How does an Inertec-100 system work?
Who uses Inertec-100 systems?
How are Inertec-100 systems designed?
Does the ban on HCFCs and HFCs in future affect Inertec-100?
Is thermal decomposition a problem with Inertec-100?
What is the most attractive feature of using Inertec-100?
Is water mist as good as an Inertec-100 system?
How can I be sure an Inertec-100 system is the right system for my application?
Can I use Inertec-100 in live electrical facilities?
Is Inertec-100 addresed in NFPA2001 and ISO14520?
How is the system put into operation?
What are the maintenance requirements of Inertec-100 systems?
What is the discharge time and hold time?
How far (the furthest) the cylinder can be away from the protected room?
What is the key rule of thumb for Designing Inertec-100 system?
How many nozzles do I need for proper gas distribution?

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