PYROPREVENT

 

PYROprevent: Philosophy

 

The importance of fire-risk management has often been overlooked even by the biggeest companies. Fire-related disruption, even for just a day, can cause irreversible damage with regards to lost sales, customer and business confidence, and even lives of personnel.

It is therefore imperative for all companies, as good corporate governance, to address their fire-risk management to ensure business sustainability.

Traditional fire suppression systems are designed to automatically extinguish fires upon detection of a fire event. However, utilising Controlled Atmosphere technology, PYROprevent hypoxic fire prevention system literally prevents fires from occurring in protected areas by continously monitoring and maintaining the proportion of Oxygen to Nitrogen in the enclosure - so that it is not even possible for fire to ignite.

The filtered clean air by PYROprevent is dirt-free, odourless, colourless and devoid of any kind of residue or polluting substance. The atmosphere created in PYROprevent protected areas is completely safe for humans - it is similar to the air on a mountain with an altitude of 3,300m (as a comparison, Mt. Fuji is 3,776m and Mt. Everest is 8,848m).

The installation and commissioning of the PYROprevent system is relatively straight forward and will be supported by Pyrogen's engineers, who are available to assist in every step of the way including periodic maintenance audit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nature: Our model of prevention


The air we breathe consists mostly of nitrogen (78%) and oxygen (21%). Nitrogen is an inert gas, i.e. not chemically reactive. Oxygen is the natural substance abetting every combustion process, including human respiration.

A fire will exist only if sufficient oxygen continuosly reaches the source to support the speed of the combustion reaction. If the amount of oxygen is insufficient, fire will not ignite.

The methodology of PYROprevent system is based on that principle - PYROprevent systems will regulate the level of oxygen within the protected enclosures to a level whereby combustion simply cannot happen, and yet it is still completely safe for human to occupy within.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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