RG Systems CO2

Carbon dioxide is probably the most used gaseous extinguishing agent in the world, thanks to its versatility, performance and ex-tensive track record, with outstanding results and proven proper-ties. It is a clean gas that leaves no residue, is non-conductive, non-corrosive, chemically unreactive, does not affect the ozone layer (zero ODP), and is colourless, odourless and tasteless.
It combines low cost and high availability anywhere in the world, making it a leading product. It is recommended for protecting virtually any risk: Unlike others, it may be used when the design includes openings on the enclosure walls, either by total flooding or by local application to ensure highly effective and versatile extinguishing.
CO2 systems may be completely safe for people if the safety devi-ces developed by RG-SYSTEMS are properly used: lock-out valves, pneumatic retarder, sirens, etc.
RG-SYSTEMS offers a range of safety devices to facilitate safe evacuation prior to discharge. These devices are adaptable to each project and each client. The system as a whole (components and calculation software) has all national and international guarantees and certifications.


RG-SYSTEMS fixed carbon dioxide firefighting equipment can be applied generally and extensively in rooms which are water-tight or with openings below a certain proportion of their surface (walls, floor and ceiling). It simply replaces the atmospheric air with CO2 until the concentration required for fire suppression is reached depending on
the content or characteristics of the room to be protected. It also cools the focus of the fire with maximum efficiency withoutdamaging the protected property.

Protects the entire contents of an enclosure. If the number openings is above a certain limit, adapting the system for local application is very easy.
For evaluating the leak tightness of an enclosure,
RG-SYSTEMS (asaccredited agent) offers a premise leak tightness test service,also known as a Door Fan Test. It consists of an in situ checkof actual leaks to determine the losses and determine if thesealing of cracks and openings needs to be re-addressed.

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