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Introduction to Clean Agents

Clean Agent System Operation Sequence and Component Sub-Systems

Detection Sub-Systems

Just as smoke detectors are utilized to provide warning of the presence of a fire in many buildings, smoke detectors are also utilized to initiate the clean agent response to the presence of a fire. Several types of detectors can be used as part of a clean agent system, with photo-electric and ionization detectors most commonly used. Heat detectors are not commonly used in these systems due to their slow response to the presence of a fire. The design of the detection sub-system is governed by NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code, as referenced in NFPA 2001.
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