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|Item:||Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System For Lift Trucks Battery Charging Points||Type:||Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System|
|Agent Quantity:||40g||Application:||For Lift Trucks Battery Charging Points|
|Executive Standard:||GA499.1-2010, GJB150A-2009||Extinguishing Fire Class:||A,B,C,E,|
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Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System For Lift Trucks Battery Charging Points
Fires in industrial premises have been caused by failures related to the battery charging of vehicles. When this happens, significant property damage and business interruption can occur, particularly in premises where the combustible load and fire challenge is high.
Risks causing fires in battery charging points:
Recommendation for Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System For Lift Trucks Battery Charging Points
FireLess gas automatic fire-extinguishing device for special use of electric vehicles that is developed from the technology of military industry and applied to the field of civil use is suitable for the protection of power battery systems and related electrical cabinets and other space environment. It is the latest generation of gas fast automatic extinguishing devices with the world's leading level.
The device is stored without pressure. The fire extinguishing agent has humidity resistance, temperature resistance, corrosion resistance and other excellent performances. When a fire occurs, the device causes the fire extinguishing agent to act by means of electrical or heatsensitive start-up, and rapidly produces a large number of subnanoscale solid particles and inert gas mixtures which can be filled with every corner of the place where the fire happened with the high concentration of flue gas and three-dimensional total flooding way. Through physical cooling, chemical suppression and dilution of oxygen, the fire can be extinguished rapidly and efficiently, and it is not harmful to the environment and personnel.
|Outside diameter (mm)||Φ85X26(H)|
|Extinguishing device weight(g)||150|
Heat- sensitive wire
|Start-up current(mA, DC)||≥700|
|Safety current(mA, DC)||≤150|
|Electric start-up lines length (mm)||50~500(Customized)|
|Compatibility||Can be used with fire alarm system|
Small electrical cabinets, control cabinets, switch boxes,
equipment cabinets, etc.
• The vehicles, associated battery chargers, and equipment should be regularly serviced and maintained in accordance with the manufacturers schedules.
• The use and maintenance of the vehicles, associated battery chargers, and equipment should be restricted to designated personnel trained in their operation.
• Locate battery charging operations in one of the following locations (options listed in order of preference):
– Locate battery charging in a separate building of noncombustible construction dedicated for this purpose.
– Locate battery charging in a specially designed charging area of fire resisting construction (including openings) of at least 60 minutes fire resistance.
– Locate battery charging in a designated area of a building kept clear of combustible material. Provide a clearance of at least 2m (6.6 ft) between the charging operation (unit and vehicle) and any adjacent combustible materials including combustible building construction.
• An additional alternative to the above options where the charging operation does not expose highly combustible, highly sensitive, or high-valued goods and the charging operation is limited (e.g. a single charging installation provided serving one or two trucks and the charging is conducted without battery removal) a partition offering at least 30 minutes fire resistance may be used to separate the charging area from the combustible materials.
• Do not locate battery chargers within storage racks.
• Within facilities equipped with automatic sprinklers, provide automatic sprinklers to protect battery charging areas.