|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Fire Class||Class C|
|Discharge Range||8-12 Sec.|
|Service Location||All over India|
|Type Of Driven Gas||Clean Agent|
|Operating pressure||15 Bar|
|Applications||MRI Machine Area, Non Magnetic Area|
|Fire extinguishing cylinder||Stainless Steel MRI Compatible Fire Extinguishers for Non Magnetic Area|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
FIRE TUFF Non Magnetic Fire Extinguisher For MRI (Clean Agent Based)- 04 KG
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) environments pose unique challenges when it comes to fire safety due to the strong magnetic fields generated by the equipment. In an MRI facility, traditional fire extinguishers with ferrous components, such as those containing iron or steel, can pose serious safety risks as they can be attracted to the strong magnetic field, potentially causing injury or damage to the equipment.
For this reason, non-magnetic fire extinguishers are recommended for MRI environments. These extinguishers are made with non-ferrous materials, such as Stainless Steel, Aluminum, to ensure they are not attracted to the magnetic field.
"FIRE TUFF Non Magnetic Fire Extinguisher For MRI (Clean Agent Based)-04 Kg" is a Clean Agent Based Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher which can be used in A,B,C Class of Fire.
The More detail about the FIRE TUFF Clean Agent Based Fire Extinguishers is as following-
Clean agent fire extinguishers are a type of fire extinguisher that use gaseous agents to suppress fires. These agents are designed to leave no residue, making them suitable for use in environments where damage to sensitive equipment or materials must be minimized. Clean agent fire extinguishers are commonly used in areas such as data centers, computer rooms, telecommunications facilities, museums, and other places where water or foam may cause damage.
Here are some common types of clean agents used in these fire extinguishers:
1) Halotron: Halotron is a clean, non-conductive gaseous agent that is effective in suppressing Class A, B, and C fires. It is a replacement for Halon, which is no longer produced due to its ozone-depleting properties.
2) FM-200 (HFC-227ea): FM-200 (HFC-227ea) is a colorless, odorless gas that is effective in suppressing fires in Class A, B, and C categories. It is widely used as a replacement for Halon and is considered environmentally friendly.
3) FE-36 (HFC236): FE-36 (HFC-236) is a colorless, odorless gas that is effective in suppressing fires in Class A, B, and C categories. It is widely used as a replacement for Halon and is considered environmentally friendly.
4) Novec 1230 (FK-5-1-12) : Novec 1230 (FK-5-1-12) is a clean agent that works by removing heat from the fire triangle (fuel, oxygen, and heat). It is suitable for use in areas where sensitive electronics or irreplaceable assets are present.
It's important to note that clean agents, while effective in suppressing fires in these specific environments, may not be suitable for all types of fires. It's crucial to assess the fire risk and select the appropriate type of fire extinguisher for a given environment or application. Additionally, adherence to local fire safety regulations and regular maintenance of fire protection equipment is essential for ensuring their effectiveness when needed.
Always familiarize yourself with the specific instructions and guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the clean agent fire extinguisher you are using, as different models may have variations in operation. Regular maintenance and inspections of fire extinguishers are also crucial to ensure their effectiveness when needed.