Condensed Aerosol Fire Extinguisher System
19th Mar, 2021

In order to create a safe and fire-free workspace, it is necessary to have a fire extinguisher system. Moreover, this fire extinguisher system must be a perfect example of automation which will sense the danger and respond accordingly within a fraction of seconds. Condensed Aerosol Fire The Extinguisher System of Acufire is a perfect example of the best fire extinguisher available in the market.

In the case of a manual fire extinguisher, when the carbon-di-oxide gas is released from the container, it creates a layer (a blanket of CO2) on the burning object which stops the oxygen supply to the burning object. This results in fire extingustion. But in case of big systems, we need a secure and high tech fire extinguisher system whose operation must be sensor-based. (Acufire Aerosol Fire Extinguisher System is 15.5 times efficient than Co2)

Thus, the aerosol Fire Extinguisher System of a trusted brand, that is, Acufire comes into the picture.

What is Aerosol?

Aerosol is nothing but an insulated container which consists of suspended particles of nitrogen, water vapor, and carbon-dioxide. When the signal is sent by the sensors, potassium salt base solid converts to gas to form potassium radicals (K+ Radicals) These K+ Radicals then react with the fire to suppress the fire. The thermal reaction stops the fire from spreading further.

How aerosol actually works? (6 Steps)

  1. When a fire starts in any working unit of the system, it ejects smoke during burning.
  2. Aerosol sensors that are fitted in the nearby area (sealing) will send the signal to the fire extinguishing system.
  3. Now the fire alarms start the beeping which initiates the system.
  4. As a result of which condensed aerosol container releases aerosol in fire-affected areas.
  5. Moreover, it also clears the affected area atmosphere.
  6. Once the fire is extinguished, the aerosol cloud is vented out in less than 10 minutes and leaves no residue behind.

This process was very easy to understand. Now, the aerosol in condensed aerosol containers is exhausted. So, it needs to be brought back to life with the help of technicians.

Technical specifications of Aerosol

1. Condensed Aerosol Generator

Condensed aerosol needs are installed at particular intervals in your work space. Aerosol discharge time is 15 to 20 seconds. When the temperature surrounding the Condensed Aerosol Generator reaches 300-degree Celcius, it activates automatically and begins to discharge.

It can be installed at a height up to 3.5 meters and an area of 32.03 square meters is covered by each generator. So, sufficient Condensed Aerosol The generator needs to be fitted depending on the total area of the workspace.

2. Fire Alarm Bell

It is available in 24VDC or 120 VDC. It has a high dbA output. It is mounted to standard 4 & quot square electric box.

Applications of Aerosol

Specific applications of Aerosol are:

  • Flammable liquid storage
  • Turbo enclosures
  • Electric Cabinets
  • Vehicle engine compartments
  • Storage Vaults
  • Marine engine rooms
  • CNC Machines
  • Data Centers
  • Telecommunications

Why to prefer Condensed Aerosol Fire Extinguisher System

In case of fire extinguishing, it is more efficient than HALON 1301, Fm-200, Fe-13, Co2 and even argotec Argonte Inergen

Strong reason to choose Acufire over Brands:

Acufire offers technical superiority and no compromise is done on quality. Moreover, acufire has proven track record and its solutions are cost- effective than any other brand in the market.


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