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TYCO introduces Aquamist ULF for Cable Tunnel Fire Protection

Tyco Fire Protection Products introduces AquaMist ULF (Ultra Low Flow) for cable tunnels. AquaMist ULF is a low pressure water mist system designed to deliver water droplets with a high cooling impact to rapidly remove warmth from a fire. It helps reduce water consumption and minimises damage to cables in the protected area. AquaMist ULF also offers the speedy suppression wanted to keep away from the potential price and downtime related to a cable tunnel fireplace.
The complete system design contains pipes, pumps, detection and accredited valve sets. เกจวัดแรงดัน embody electrically operated valves with a strain rating of 17.2 bar, the Nozzle AM4, which produces a variety of water droplet sizes to reduce warmth and penetrate the fireplace zone, and the Tyco AquaMist Mist Control Centre (MCC) Pump Skid Unit. This is a pre-assembled, self-contained control centre for the AquaMist ULF system, designed to fulfill essentially the most stringent project necessities. The system can be configured for zonal fire protection.
“As a water mist system that combines low strain with a high cooling impact, AquaMist ULF is an environment friendly answer to combat cable tunnel fires,” said Alex Palau Bosch, Product Manager at Tyco Fire Protection Products. “The impact of cable tunnel fires can critically affect companies. Our AquaMist system is designed to supply prompt and complete protection of cable tunnels with minimal disruption and incurred price.”

Thanks to its compact design, AquaMist ULF reduces area necessities and facilitates less expensive set up compared to excessive stress techniques. The system also minimises post-discharge water therapy and clean-up costs.
For extra data, go to www.tycoaquamist.com



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