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The term “Clean Agent” is defined as an Electrically nonconductive, volatile, or gaseous fire extinguishant that does not leave a residue upon evaporation.
Using water to extinguish a fire is not always the ideal choice…
When you are trying to protect critical assets such as IT systems, data storage rooms and manufacturings equipments, or irreplaceable items like customer/client records, intellectual property, art, antiques and artifacts – using water will just compound the damage. Using a Clean Agent fire suppression system in this case is the best solution.
Novec 1230, FM-200 and Argonite are the preferred Clean Agent fire suppression systems of Approved Protection Systems.
There are 3 ways clean agents can extinguish a fire:
Reduction of heat (FM-200, Novec 1230)
Reduction or isolation of oxygen (Argonite)
Inhibiting the chain reaction of the above components (FM-200)