Carbon Dioxide Fire Suppression Systems

At Fire Services of Idaho, we present Ansul CO2 fire suppression systems. Carbon dioxide extinguishes a fire by reducing the oxygen content on the protected area below the point where it can support combustion. The agent can be stored in one or two different ways: high pressure cylinders and low pressure cylinders. With the extreme density that CO2 has, it quickly and effectively permeates the protected hazard and suppresses the fire.

CO2 is Versatile

The unique properties of CO2 allow it to have several ranges of special hazards to protect.

CO2 is Non-damaging

When engineered and installed properly, CO2 will not normally damage sensitive electronic equipment. There is also no residual clean-up associated with a discharge. The key is to properly ventilate the gas so it escapes into the atmosphere after the fire has been extinguished.

For more information, call (800) 866-3640.