Waterless-Clean Agent Systems

Using water to extinguish a fire is not always the ideal choice. While sprinklers can often save buildings, they will also likely permanently damage high-value electronic, computer and IT equipment.

A waterless system is made up of a clean agent liquid material stored in pressurized cylinders. The material flows through a piping network to a discharge nozzle where it is deployed as a gas in a fire situation. Clean Agent/Waterless Fire Suppression Systems are used to protect facilities containing valuable corporate assets, equipment and software.

For more information on our fire protection services visit the Par Fire Protection page.