In AIRfire we strive to develop innovative solutions providing alternatives to our clients to protect all of the hazards that they may have in their facilities in the most efficient way.
These are the cases where the hazards needed to be protected are enclosed in small volumes/ voids, making the use of normal fixed fire suppression systems complicated and inadequate.
For this reason, AIRfire has decided to develop a specific system for these particular applications guaranteeing ease of design, installation and maintenance and, of course, appropriate extinguishing capabilities.
The ARMANfire systems offer cost effective protection which ensure fast fire response, detection and suppression all-in-one. 24 hours / 365 days nonstop stand alone monitoring of the hazard in question ensures immediate action at the origin of the heat-source, preventing collateral damage.
Specifically designed for small voids market niche, where normal fixed systems are poor in performance. They have been designed according International Standards, and assembled in such a way they are delivered as kits with all the necessary components and tools to install easily and rapidly.
Check out its key features:
Two main configurations are available:
ARMANfire systems have the advantage to attack the fire by total flooding discharge but acting directly at the fire source. Most common applications are electrical cabinets, telecommunication racks, control panels, CNC machines to name a few.
The components as well as the systems assembled with them have been verified and approved by the following independent, third-party bodies:
Our engineers are prepared to design the ARMANfire fire suppression projects according to the required standard:
Thanks to the technological capabilities of the ARMANfire base systems, AIRfire decided to go one step further and develop a system specific for Kitchen equipment protection. Named ARMANfire Chef it includes all the characteristics and key features listed before, with the added feature that it uses the more appropriate wet chemical agent.