A fire suppression system is an engineered unit created for extinguishing fires. Often, a fire suppression system comes with components that can detect fire in its nascent stages. These components include smoke detectors, heat detectors, and flame detectors, which are designed to quickly identify the presence of fire. Once the system detects a fire, it activates the suppression agents, such as water, foam, or gas, to extinguish the flames and prevent further damage. By investing in a reliable fire suppression system, you can significantly reduce the risk of fire-related accidents and protect your property and personnel. In addition, many fire suppression systems are equipped with advanced technology that can automatically alert emergency services when a fire is detected. This ensures a swift response and increases the chances of preventing the fire from spreading or causing harm. Furthermore, modern fire suppression systems are often connected to a central monitoring station, allowing for round-the-clock surveillance and immediate action in the event of a fire. Overall, investing in a fire suppression system is a crucial step in safeguarding your assets and ensuring the safety of everyone in your facility.

# System Type Agents Common Use

FM-200™ Fire Suppression Systems

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  • FM-200, also commonly known as HFC-227ea, is a clean agent fire suppressant for Class A, B, and C fires and meets NFPA Standard 2001 Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems. Clean agents are fast and effective in suppressing fires, are safe

  • FM-200 suppresses fire by disrupting the fire triangle. The fire triangle is made up of heat, oxygen, and a fuel source, and by removing one of these elements, the fire is extinguished. FM-200 removes the heat or free radicals, which interferes with the fire triangle's chemical reaction to extinguish the fire. Clean agent fire suppression systems, like ones using FM-200, can achieve fire extinguishing concentrations in 10 seconds or less.


FM-200 is a clean agent that is safe around people; therefore, FM-200 fire suppression systems are safe to install in occupied spaces.

When an FM-200 fire suppression system activates to put out a fire, no residue is left behind, and it is safe for equipment, electronics, and machinery.

Compared to other clean agents like Novec 1230 Fire Protection Fluid, FM-200 is a slightly more cost-effective option.

Because of the small amount of FM-200 required to suppress a fire, smaller or fewer cylinders are needed when compared to other agents like Novec 1230 fluid.


When compared to other clean agents, FM-200 has a slightly higher Global Warming Potential (GWP).

While the FM-200 does not contain Halon gas, it still uses Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) to suppress fires, which is not as eco-friendly as other clean agents. in occupied spaces, and do not leave a residue.

Fire Suppression Systems with Novec 1230 Fire Protection Fluid

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  • Novec 1230 fluid is one of the leading clean agents used for fire suppression. Clean agent fire suppression systems can put out fires safely without damaging electronic equipment or machinery.

  • Novec 1230 fluid extinguishes fires by removing heat. All fires need heat, oxygen, and a fuel source to continue to burn. By removing any of these three elements, you can extinguish the fire. Other fire suppression agents, such as carbon dioxide, remove oxygen. But because the fluid removes heat instead of oxygen, it is safer to use in occupied spaces as it does not pose a suffocation risk for people.


The fluid is safe around people, so a fire suppression system with the agent can be installed in an occupiable space.

After a fire suppression system puts out a fire, the Novec 1230 fluid evaporates immediately.

The fluid leaves no residue and is safe for equipment, including sensitive electronics and machinery.


Compared to other types of fire suppression systems, systems using Novec 1230 fluid can be more expensive.

The clean agent is not as common as other fire suppression chemicals, such as carbon dioxide, so it can be more expensive and time consuming to refill a fire suppression system with Novec 1230 fluid after it has discharged.