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The key to FOGTEC®’s firefighting effectiveness is the generation of very fine water droplets. The size of the droplets is classified as Class A in NFPA 750. This extremely small droplet size makes the FOGTEC® system highly effective and uses only small amounts of water. The key factors are the system’s ability to cool and its localised oxygen displacement effect. FOGTEC® systems are 100% environmentally friendly and harmless to personnel. A pre-warning period prior to activation to evaluate personnel is not necessary. There are no corrosive by-products generated to impair electrical or electronic components.
FOGTEC systems use pure water, converting it to fine mist at a pressure of 60 to 200 bar
Underground transport facilities are sensitive links in the economic chain that carry thousands of people and tons of goods
every day and they are increasingly more important to society.
High pressure water mist systems are an effective and efficient way of extinguishing fires in engine bays and passenger compartments of rail vehicles.
Special water mist nozzles are at the heart of every FOGTEC system.
FOGTEC pump systems operate at a pressure of 80, 120 and 140 bar.
All FOGTEC pump systems require a break or volume tnak to manage water quality and to ensure that a head of water is always present when pumps are running, to avoid pump cavitation.
Typical application examples include control rooms, server rooms and telecommunication switch areas.
The smarter wat of fire fighting
There are many fire hazards in industry. FOGTEC systems offer a solution for almost all of them.
FM Approvals - Specification Test Report
FOGTEC Vds Flammable Liquid Approval
Type Approval Certificate
Design,manufacture and service of water mist and detection systems, consulting in the field of fire protection.
Certificate of Fire Approval
EC Type Examination Certificate
Approval of Components and Systems