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High-pressure water mist improves firefighting and preserves assets

PAH pumps from Danfoss

PAH pumps from Danfoss

28th May 2021

     

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High-pressure water mist systems are designed to provide safe, efficient and immediately-activated firefighting solutions.

The systems are said to provide better fire suppression while ensuring improved protection of assets, by minimising water damage as a result of the reduced amount of water required to extinguish a blaze.

By applying high pressure, water is forced through micro nozzles to create a water mist that is said to effectively combat fire. The high-pressure extinguishing system is designed to offer maximum protection by ensuring cooling through heat absorption and dousing a fire as the water expands through evaporation.

The Danfoss PAH pumps are said to be ideal for high-pressure water mist systems, with a flow capacity up to 187 l/min (49.4 gpm). The pumps are designed for tap water at pressures up to 160 barg (2.321 psig) and can be used with high-pressure components such as valves, nozzles and other product-specific attachments.

Danfoss water mist technology is able to reduce water consumption by up to 90% compared to traditional firefighting systems and offers reliability and long service life.

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