Redetec® is the leading 19” Rack Mount Cabinet Fire Detection and Extinguishing System on the global market, providing localised fire protection to the most valuable assets within the data centre and communications rooms, eliminating the threat to business continuity due to fire.
In-cabinet fire protection solutions which puts all of the best fire detection and protection tools where the risk of fire and the threat to business continuity is greatest, in the cabinet itself.
The traditional method of fire protection of IT & electronic equipment is to totally flood the room with a gaseous fire extinguishing system. Whilst adequate in many situations these systems can be costly, there are occasions where you will require fast, responsive detection to protect the high value and mission critical systems on which the company relies at more economical prices.
Redetec In-cabinet system provides fire detection and extinguishing agent within the protected enclosure, where a fire can be detected early, and where fire extinguishing agents can be applied directly within the cabinet.
Fire Protection Where It Counts
Redetec puts fire protection at the point of greater risk, for faster detection & fire suppression, ensuring continuous asset availability & protection.
Why protect a whole room when you can concentrate on protecting high risk, high value, equipment?
Redetec uses less extinguishing agent and moves with the rack with no need for reinstallation.
Cost Effective Solutions
Redetec solutions do not need extensive design calculations, room strengthening or costly wiring.
Installation, commissioning and maintenance costs are all reduced in a more cost effective solution.
Redetec complete fire detection, protection and rack monitoring system, easy to specify, install and maintain.
Because Redetec is selective in discharging small amount of gas suppression, it can form a major part of a more environmentally responsible company strategy.
Redetec is continuously available and because it protects cabinets from within, it doesn’t interfere with staff and need not be isolated during working hours or when rooms are occupied.