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Introduction to Clean Agents

Introduction

Application of Clean Agent Systems

Total flooding clean agent systems utilize a gaseous fire extinguishing agent to provide protection from fire throughout an enclosed space.  A clean agent is described as "not leaving a residue, and electrically non-conductive" in NFPA-2001 implying that repairs or cleanup would not be required after application of the agent without the presence of a fire.

The relative cost of clean agent systems causes their application to be limited to the protection of high value or mission/process critical spaces. Typical applications include:
Computer rooms Data processing Process control rooms Telecommunications equipment rooms
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