Effective Strategies for Gas Suppression
Gas suppression systems are designed to reduce the risk of fire and explosion by rapidly suppressing combustible gas and dust clouds. They are composed of three main components: detection, suppression, and control. Detection systems identify the presence of combustible gases and dust, while suppression systems quickly reduce the concentration of the gases and dust in the atmosphere. Finally, control systems are used to monitor and manage the suppression system, including activating, deactivating, and maintaining the system.