Special hazards can briefly be defined as locations containing particularly sensitive or valuable assets where wet fire sprinklers are not ideal; instead, these locations require special hazards fire protection systems, such as Victaulic Vortex Hybrid Fire Extinguishing System. Some examples of special hazards include museums, art galleries, data centers
, records storage, or any location with irreplaceable contents. View More
Buildings such as manufacturing and industrial facilities may require special hazards fire protection, because the contents of these buildings may have machinery or systems that can not go offline for an extended amount of time. Browse the Victaulic Vortex Hybrid Fire Extinguishing systems listed below.
Victaulic special hazard systems are designed to effectively support critical asset protection that mitigates the costly loss of irreplaceable assets or revenue from offline systems and machinery. By using fire suppression agents that are safe for people and do little damage to the contents of a building, the Victaulic special hazard suppression systems ensure a rapid system recharge that reduces downtime.
Institutions & Facilities that may require special hazard fire suppression systems include:
- Data Centers
- Server Rooms (computer rooms)
- Control Rooms / Electric Switch Rooms
- Healthcare Facilities
- Colleges & Universities
- Power Generation Plants
- Art Galleries
- Records Storage (archives storage/ document storage)
- Bank & Financial Institutions
- Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
- Medical Research Facilities
- Offshore Oil & Gas Facilities
- Flammable Liquids Storage
Victaulic Special Hazards Fire Systems are designed to:
Be used as an alternative to wet, dry or preaction fire sprinkler systems.
Be used in areas where water can cause costly or irreparable damage.
Be used in areas where it is imperative to restore operations as soon as possible.
Activate with no delay.
Put out fires using extinguishing agents that are safe for all assets including people.
Limit the loss of valuable assets, equipment, documents, information, systems, machinery, antiquities and revenue.