We offer Fire Protection solution which is Green Certified and Patented Technology. This solution is from FirePro, Cyprus.
FirePro Solutions is a Condensed fire-extinguishing aerosol compound.
FirePro Solutions is an automatic fire suppression systems employing the patented FirePro Compound (FPC) technology which is the result of intensive and extensive R&D. FirePro systems employ the latest-generation stable FPC solid compound, composed mainly of potassium salts with non-pyrotechnic materials, such as nitro-guanidine or nitro-cellulose.
Upon activation, the FPC is transformed into a rapidly expanding, highly efficient and highly effective condensed fire-extinguishing aerosol, which is autonomously distributed evenly in the protected enclosure using the momentum developed during the transformation process.
It extinguishes fire not by oxygen depletion or merely cooling, as depicted by the traditional triangle of fire, but instead by interrupting the chemical chain-reactions present in the flame. Manufactured under ISO 14001, FirePro's EPA SNAP listed-products are CFC-free and HFC-free, with zero ODP (ozone-depletion potential) and zero GWP (global-warming potential). Marked with the Green Label, they are suitable for fire classes A, B, C and F (according to EN2 classification) and A, B and C (according to NFPA10 classification).
FirePro systems are tested and certified according to the most stringent international standards and requirements. The modular, pre-engineered FirePro units efficiently and effectively protect conventional, as well as, specially-designed projects. FirePro solution is currently commissioned to safeguard key assets for a portfolio of prestigious customers in 110 countries globally.
FirePro systems are ideal for both traditional and non-conventional applications. Moreover, they find use in applications once considered to be technically or financially challenging for other technologies.
Benefits of FirePro Suppression
Environmentally Friendly Fire Suppression
The condensed aerosol fire suppression technology came into prominence as a result of the 1994 Montreal Protocol. The international treaty banned ozone depleting substances, such as Halon and other halocarbon- and chlorofluorocarbon-based substances.