CO2, a naturally occurring gas, is a highly efficient fire suppression agent. It is odorless and colorless and expands rapidly to reduce the oxygen level to a point where combustion cannot occur. Because it is a gas, no clean up is necessary thereby it reduces costs and downtime. CO2 systems are applicable to a wide range of flammable and combustible materials and are approved for Class A, B, and C hazards.
Typical hazards protected include printing presses, vaults, open pits, dip tanks, spray booths, ovens, engine rooms, coating machines, hoods and ducts, generators, and flammable gas or liquid storage areas.