Morgan Fire can arrange for an engineer to maintain your sprinkler, Ansul or CO2 suppression system.
In 2014 Morgan Fire Protection Ltd qualified as Jactone approved installers for PAFSS.
Using PAFFS technology, no external energy or power is needed for detection or actuation. The special detection tubing acts as a heat and flame detector. The pressurised tubing is completely flexible, tough enough to withstand the harshest of conditions and can be run throughout the installation adjacent to identified risks. Upon flame or heat impingement, the tube ruptures at the hot spot and by depressurisation the cylinder valve is activated to operate the suppression system.
Direct PAFSS are efficient and simple self-activating systems for small enclosed hazard areas. They are failsafe against malfunction. Upon flame impingement or heat, the pressurised detection tube (which is connected to a cylinder containing the suppression agent) ruptures with a burst at the hottest point. The agent is then discharged through the burst hole directly at the heart of the fire. Direct systems are available in low pressure and high pressure format, depending on the most appropriate extinguishant selected.
Indirect PAFSS are efficient and simple self-activating systems for larger enclosed and even open hazard areas. Upon flame impingement or heat, the pressurised detection tube will burst and by depressurisation will activate the cylinder valve to open. The agent is then released through separate pipework and nozzles which are aiming at the hazard area. Indirect systems are available in low pressure and high pressure format, depending on the most appropriate extinguishant selected.