Fire Suppression Systems



HEDS™ stands High Efficiency Delivery System and it is the newest solution for Engineered Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems offered by Safety Hi-Tech Global. The...


UHEDS™ stands for Ultra High Efficiency Delivery System HEDS® Systems show a superior performance thanks to the lower design limitations, resulting in greater design flexibility...

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To answer your enquiry in the shortest time possible, the first step is usually determining the quantity of agent that is required to produce the desired design concentration within the protected hazard. The following information will allow us to calculate the volume to be protected. The Hydraulic Flow Calculations will be performed once the final quotation has been accepted.Contact us

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  • Exact dimensions of the space to be protected (height, length and width) to establish the volume of the enclosed hazard area.
  • Minimum and maximum temperatures within the protected space.
  • Exact location where the storage containers can be installed.
  • Whether or not the protected space is normally occupied.
  • Rundown time of generators, fans, etc., and the closing time for automatic louvers.
  • Size and location of any non-flammable, impermeable and non-removable objects, such as columns, beams or storage tanks, which materially reduce the volume of the space to be protected.
  • Size and location of all major equipment in the enclosure, such as machines, electrical equipment, cabinets or storage racks.
  • List of materials that will be used or stored within the protected space.
  • Size and location of all openings that cannot be closed.
  • Vent rate of any ventilation or air conditioning equipment that cannot be shut down.
  • If the space contains any pressurized air tanks, such as those to be found in ships engine rooms, their capacity and working pressure must be noted, since if they were to become damaged under fire conditions, additional volumes of free air would be released.
  • Minimum and maximum temperature of the area where the storage containers will be installed, if different from the protected space.