Inert gas fire suppression systems are the environmentally friendly fire protection solution of choice for server rooms, data halls, control rooms. telephone exchanges, records stores and many other high value critical assets. They are ideal for occupiable spaces and excellent visibility is maintained during discharge.
The LPG iFlow® system is designed and approved for use with the complete range of inert gases available from LPG Fire: IG-55, IG-541, IG-01 and IG-100. Inert gases are stored in either 80L or 140L cylinders at 300 bar to minimise storage space and front print required.
iFlow® Technology introduces three new patented elements into inert gas fire suppression:
IFLOW VALVE – PROBABLY THE SAFEST VALVE IN THE MARKET
It is certified to the highest standards, including the prestigious VdS in Germany and SSL in AUstralia.
It incorporates internal stainless steel ports for maximum reliability and functionality.
This patented valve allows gases to be released in a constant flow at a nominal pressure of 60 bar. With a lower pressure of 60 bar, the system can be installed using lower-cost items such as pipes or manifold collectors, resulting in savings in installation cost. The valve features a depressurisation screw which prevents accidental discharge during handling. A screw plug on the pressure gauge halts gas leakage under high pressure in the event that the gauge is damaged or broken. Special relief devices stop any accidental releases due to leakages.
HORIZONTAL NON-RETURN VALVE
The iFlow inert gas system also features the Horizontal Non Return Valve. This is a horizontal check valve inserted between the discharge hose and the manifold. It also allows connection with other cylinders and thereby reduce the length of the manifold required. This uniquely shaped valve not only connects elements of the system, it prevents gas from returning from the manifold towards the cylinders.
Matrix Design Concept:
An innovative and flexible approach to cylinder bank design. The Matrix design permits up to four rows of cylinders to be connected to a single manifold.