How it works

The fire is detected by the detector cable, which sends an electrical signal through the control unit to the actuator, which pierces the nitrogen cylinder. The nitrogen cylinder pressurizes the Forrex tank, releasing the agent at a pressure of approximately 21 bar, distributing it through the hoses, pipes and diffuser nozzles. At the same time that the system is activated, the visual and acoustic alarm sirens are activated. These alarms are indicated on the alarm panel located in the operator's station. In addition, the system can also rely on extra manual drives.