Fire Suppression

Firetrace is the world leader in special hazard fire protection, providing both in cabinet and machine level fire suppression and protection for high value and/or mission critical machinery and equipment as well as our new E4 Engineered Solutions for protection of large rooms.

Firetrace systems are specially designed for small enclosures of all kinds. The system type, size and fire suppression agent will be determined by the contents of the enclosure. Firetrace’s low-pressure clean agent options are typically 300 cubic feet (8.5 cubic meters) or smaller, with options for dry chemical and high pressure agents up to 1500 cubic feet (42 cubic meters).

Firetrace’s E4 Engineered Clean Agent Systems feature a selection of cylinder sizes which includes the largest cylinder available in the industry, so even the largest of facilities can now be effectively protected.

Systems Tailored to Suit Your
Needs and Environment

Quickly Detect And Suppress Fire Directly At The Source, Efficiently And Automatically.

Firetrace Fire Suppression Systems provide Cost-Effective, Stand-Alone, Automatic Fire Suppression Systems for your Critical Equipment, Electrical/Technical Systems and various types of enclosures. The effectiveness of a genuine Firetrace System, happens by utilizing the proprietary Firetrace Detection Tubing (a Linear Pneumatic Heat Sensor), which detects a fire due to precise temperature sensitivity, allowing our systems to react quickly and effectively. This unique detection can be run through the smallest or most complex enclosures to ensure detection is always close at hand.

Firetrace Manufacturers Two Basic Types Of Fire Suppression Systems: Direct And Indirect

All Firetrace Systems utilize the proprietary red Firetrace Detection Tubing (FDT) as a Linear Heat and Flame Detector. These systems may be arranged as either “Direct Release” or “Indirect Release“, depending on the type of enclosure or fire hazard.

Direct and Indirect Systems are available in Low and High-Pressure functionality; which will be determined by the fire suppression agent selected for your application.