Carbon dioxide CO2 (Carbone Dioxide Systems)

Carbon dioxide extinguishes fire without leaving any residue after the release, thus it avoids damage of sensitive equipment. Lack of agent cleanup reduces shortens post-incident downtime.

  • Extinguishing equipment under voltage;
  • Zero potential of ozone depletion;
  • Global warming potential is not applied;
  • Non-corrosive;
  • Leaves no residue;
  • Does not react with other materials.


Typical hazard zones protected by carbon dioxide systems include:

  • Printing presses, storage facilities;
  • Open pits;
  • Immersion tanks;
  • Paint-spraying booths;
  • Furnaces;
  • Engine rooms;
  • Coating machines;
  • Technological equipment;
  • Hoods and air ducts;
  • Storage areas for flammable gases or liquids;
  • Generators.


The high pressure carbon dioxide system is particularly effective for non-human hazards. Personnel occupying areas protected by carbon dioxide systems must be evacuated before the system is reset. Thus, reset time delays and alarms are mandatory for declared hazards. Regardless of the application, each system can be custom-designed for specific fire situations. High pressure systems use individual storage tanks ranging from 35 lb (16 kg) to 120 lb (54 kg), each of them can be combined together for fast simultaneous unloading. Cylinder valves can be opened automatically or manually, locally or remotely using electric, pneumatic or mechanical valve actuators.

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