Dry Chemical Suppression Systems

January 2, 2019

For fire hazards found in industrial settings, ANSUL® dry chemical systems provide the flexibility based on the size and configuration of the application. Both systems provide automatic or manual operation and detection/alarm/release capabilities. The ANSUL® I- 101™ clean agent fire suppression System is an automatic system using ABC dry chemical agent for Class A, B and C fires, and BC dry chemical agent for Class B and C fires, stored under pressure using dry nitrogen gas at 450 psi (31.0 bar) at 70 °F (21 °C). The system is designed Ansulto protect a wide variety of hazards involving flammable liquids and gases, wood and paper, and energized electrical equipment.

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Austin Chemical Company, Inc

Austin Chemical Company, Inc. was founded in 1976 as a sales and marketing representative company for ingredients, components and raw material primarily to life science companies. We have expanded our activities, supporting not only aspects of Life Sciences but also those of Specialty Fine Chemicals. Representations today include globally based chemical producers and contract manufacturers. SOP's addressing the ever-changing regulatory transportation requirements exist in our key Departments including Customer Service and Logistics, to provide efficient and cost effective product deliveries.

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