Extinguish CO2

Carbon dioxide extinguishing system:

the definition :

It is a network of pipes distributed in the places required to be protected from the danger of fire. It is fed by compressed carbon dioxide gas cylinders as it rushes when operating through the spray nozzles under a certain pressure. Its particles are scattered at a certain concentration in the protected space and works to suffocate and extinguish the fire and prevent its spread

Material composition and properties

Carbon dioxide consists of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms. It is a colorless, odorless, non-flammable gas that is 1.5 times heavier than air. It dissolves in water and is used as an extinguishing medium.

This system is considered effective for its use in protecting the following places and cases:

A – flammable liquids

B- Electricity rooms and places of dangerous electrical connections (transformers and electrical circuit breakers

C- Engines that run on liquid fuels (petroleum derivatives

D- Storage places for paper, fabrics (petroleum textiles) and wood

E – Hazardous and flammable solids

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