Radio Indirect Co2 Fire Detection Tube 5.7Mpa Working Pressure
|1||Type||Carbon dioxide indirect type|
|4||Max working pressure||12.1Mpa|
|6||Density of unit volume||2.5kg/m3|
|7||Max length of detecting tube||25m|
|8||Quantity of agent||42kg|
Indirect Co2 Fire Detection Tube is filled with 42kg Co2 . This
type of extinguishing device can automatically put out fire. When
fire burns detecting tube or ambient temperature rises, it will
make the tube broken. Then the agent in cylinder will be discharged
This kind of system is fit for small spaces , like the power plants
, communications , radio , film and television , petrochemical ,
railway system and so on.
This extinguishing device needs no electrical elements and pipe
fittings to consist of a system. It can be a fire suppression
The direct type fire detecting tube fire suppression system is
consist of a cylinder, an at most 25m long fire detecting tube, a
container valve and two kinds of agents-- co2 and fm200.
The indirect type fire detecting tube fire suppression system has
the same components as the direct type except a release tube added.
In this system, the fire detecting tube is used for just detecting
function, so it needs a release tube together, however, for the
direct type, the fire detecting tube can be used for both detecting
The fire detecting tube fire suppression device has the following
1 / Convenient installation and transportation. Because this system
combines fire fighting and alarm function together, and no needs to
match electrical elements and pipe fittings, so after fixing the
cylinder on a place, all left to do is fixing the detecting tube
around a potential source of fire.
2 / Non-electric start mode. It doesn’t need the power to activate
the system. This system’s work principle is using its own storage
pressure instead of relying on the outside force activating. When
the detecting tube is broken by the fire, the agent will discharge.
3 / Little occupation of space. This system is suitable for
protecting a system, like telecommunication system, rather than a
protected zone. The cylinder fixes on the outer cabinet, and will
not occupy many places.