Eusebi Impianti srl manufactures all kind of inert gas suppression systems both at 200 and 300 working pressure bar. The systems proposed by Eusebi impianti are Argosystem, IG 55, IG100 and IG 541
ARGOSYSTEM ® uses argon as an extinguishing gas: argon acts on the fire by decreasing the percentage of oxygen from 20.9% to below 15%, which is theoretically the threshold below which the fire should go out. The saturation principle used is of the total flooding type.
ARGOSYSTEM ® is ideally suited to extinguishing various types of fires:
- Risks relating to electrical and electronic systems
- For the protection of spaces in underfloors and suspended ceilings
- Risks relating to flammable and combustible liquids and gases
- High-value immovable property (museums, libraries)
- In areas with expensive machines and appliances (CED, control rooms)
ARGOSYSTEM ® is 100% environmentally friendly
ARGOSYSTEM ® reducing the oxigene percentage to the 12%, allow human being presence and extinguish the fire.
The Argon gas required to extinguish a fire is stored in special 80/140 litre T-PED approved cylinders, in which the gas is pressurized at 200/300 bar.
The pipes required to transport and dispense the Argon gas IG 01 are made of galvanized steel API 5L Schedula 40, complete with fitting type ASA Series 3000 downstream from the pressure regulator, while the manifolds upstream exploit pipes type 160/XXS.
The radial spraying nozzles, with outlet diameter made according to hydraulic calculations, distribute the gas uniformly in the room with the required design concentration.
Any over pressure that may form in the protected area after the extinguishing agent has been discharged will be reduced by one or more overpressure gate valves, equipped with pre-calibrated springs that evacuate the pressure in excess.
The applicable standard imposes a leak measurement test, called FAN DOOR TEST, to check the physical characteristics of the rooms to be protected and to process the project correctly.
The system is activated by means of the smoke detectors.