What is ANSUL fire suppression system?

What is ANSUL fire suppression system?

The R-102 Fire Suppression System incorporates a flexible design with an extremely effective ANSULEX Low pH Liquid Agent. ANSULEX quickly knocks down flames and cools hot surfaces, while generating a tough vapor securing blanket that helps prevent re-flash.

How does a foam fire suppression system work?

When the foam is introduced to water soluble fuel, it forms a polymeric membrane, which creates a blanket that will separate the fuel from oxygen at the surface level and assist in smothering the fire while creating a barrier to the vapors.

What does an ANSUL system cost?

The Ansul R-102 uses a low pH liquid agent and is designed for a variety of appliances. It also detects fires in ventilating equipment, including hoods, ducts, and grease extractors. Costs range from around $3,000 to around $5,500.

What is in fire suppression foam?

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are the active ingredient in these fluorinated surfactants. When mixed with water and discharged, the foam forms an aqueous film that quickly cuts off the oxygen to the fire, cools it, extinguishes the fire, and prevents the fire from relighting.

Is ANSUL wet or dry?

ANSUL wet chemical restaurant agents are mild alkaline liquids posing limited corrosion effects to common materials such as steel and aluminum.

Does Tyco own ANSUL?

The Marinette facility and ANSUL chemical company was purchased in 1990 by Tyco International.

Why do firefighters use foam instead of water?

Firefighting foam is a foam used for fire suppression. Its role is to cool the fire and to coat the fuel, preventing its contact with oxygen, resulting in suppression of the combustion.

What chemicals are in AFFF foam?

Aqueous film forming foams (AFFF) are water-based and frequently contain hydrocarbon-based surfactant such as sodium alkyl sulfate, and fluorosurfactant, such as fluorotelomers, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), or perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS).

What are fire suppression systems and how do they work?

Stopping fires from spreading means that you’ll reduce the damage done to your building as a whole.

  • When you suppress fires,you’re keeping yourself and your staff safe.
  • When you have the right suppression system in place,you’ll find that it’ll be much easier on your insurance premiums.
  • How do you install a fire suppression system?

    Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression Systems. One of the most popular types of fire suppression systems is the carbon dioxide system.

  • Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems. Like the name suggests,a clean agent fire suppression system is extremely eco-friendly.
  • Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems.
  • Industrial Fire Suppression Systems.
  • How long does an Ansul Fire system service take?

    How long does an Ansul fire system service take? With an Aura Fire Safety (AFS) Specialist we will work with you to keep up regular maintenance and testing for your Ansul system. Typically a semi-annual test will take roughly 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the size of the hood and the number of appliances. This is time well spent.

    How to install a fire suppression system?

    The wet-fire protecting system updated the EFSR (Early Suppression, Fast Response) sprinkler heads that are fast response sprinkler and quick responding, EFSR system are designed to suppress fire through the discharge of a large volume of water directly at the fire to reduce the heat release rate.