PAFSS® Cabinet Systems

Electrical enclosures and cabinets can be found, often in multiple numbers, in more or less every workplace, factory, warehouse or general commercial site.

These small enclosures, including those for distribution, control, communication and servers, can present a particular problem where faulty equipment, damaged wiring or improper installation can increase the risk of fire.

Fires in such enclosures can be difficult to identify, often until it is too late to take action, especially in well-sealed enclosures where there would be a limited escape of combustible products or heat.

Jactone PAFSS® electrical fire suppression systems offer peace of mind with a fully tested, approved and certified solution for the fire protection of your electrical enclosures.

PAFSS® Direct Low Pressure (DLP) fixed fire suppression systems have been specifically designed to protect small enclosures in accordance with Loss Prevention Standard, LPS 1666. “Requirements and test procedures for the LPCB approval of direct low pressure (DLP) application fixed fire suppression systems”. 

PAFSS® DLP systems protect inside the enclosure and discharge at the heart of the fire, suppressing quickly and preventing the fire from spreading to neighbouring enclosures, equipment and the wider building. This can significantly reduce the risk of injury to personnel and losses caused by equipment downtime and operational disruption.

PAFSS systems are able to prevent migration of the fire between cabinets

As electrical enclosures are often situated adjacent to each other and in multiples, this prevention of fire spread is absolutely critical.

Since systems are sized to protect the volume of enclosures only and not the whole room, this means there is a considerable reduction in the overall quantity of extinguishing agent required. This can result in significant cost savings when compared to much larger systems.

As electrical enclosures are often situated adjacent to each other and in multiples, this prevention of fire spread is absolutely critical.

Since systems are sized to protect the volume of enclosures only and not the whole room, this means there is a considerable reduction in the overall quantity of extinguishing agent required. This can result in significant cost savings when compared to much larger systems.