IG541 fire extinguishing equipment (20MPa)

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IG541 fire extinguishing equipment (20MPa)

IG-541 mixed gas fire extinguishing agent is currently recognized internationally as a "green" environmentally friendly gas fire extinguishing agent that can replace halogenated alkanes, and has been widely used internationally. It is a natural combination of nitrogen, argon, and carbon dioxide in a certain proportion, with an ozone depletion potential value of ODP=0 (no damage to the atmospheric ozone layer) and a greenhouse effect value of DWG=0 (no greenhouse effect). It has the characteristics of colorless, odorless, non polluting equipment, non corrosiveness, and good insulation performance. After the fire extinguishing agent is sprayed into the protective zone, its oxygen concentration decreases, while the carbon dioxide concentration in the protective zone increases. A moderate increase in carbon dioxide concentration can accelerate the respiratory rate of people, improve their oxygen absorption function, and to a certain extent, maintain the need for oxygen absorption in the human body; IG-541 fire extinguishing agent is stored and sprayed in a gaseous form. When released into the high-temperature protection zone where a fire occurs, it will not decompose, no toxic decomposition products will be generated, and it will not form thick fog or cause unclear vision, ensuring that personnel can clearly see the emergency exit when escaping. Therefore, IG541 mixed gas fire extinguishing agent is non-toxic and harmless to human health, and is a safe and environmentally friendly gas fire extinguishing agent suitable for places where people often work.

Main technical parameters of the system

Executive standards

GB 25972-2010

Nominal working pressure (at 20 ℃) MPa


Volume of fire extinguishing agent bottle group (L)




System injection time (s)


Filling amount of fire extinguishing agent (kg)




System operating temperature (℃)


Minimum fire extinguishing design concentration


Design concentration for safety in manned workplaces


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