The Firechief PyroCloud 5000 series of manual fire suppression units knock down flames and drop the temperature to a manageable level within 30 – 60 seconds. Flashovers and backdrafts are prevented, significantly increasing the safety of firefighters when tackling an indoor fire.
PyroCloud 5000 units are small and light therefore easy to store on site or any fire truck or smaller vehicle.
They are the perfect fire-fighting tool when water supplies are low or difficult to reach and considerably reduce water damage by suppressing the fire before entry to the affected room.
Deployed quickly and easily – even by a single first responder without entering the room, PyroCloud saves crucial time and money by preventing damage of equipment, property and spread of the fire to other rooms.
The Firechief PyroCloud aerosol was originally developed as an environmentally friendly alternative to Halon. The active substances of the PyroCloud aerosol are solid micro particles which fill the compartment and attack the combustion process at a chemical level. As a result, the flames are instantly knocked down and the energy is removed from the fire.
PyroCloud Aerosol Extinguishing Technology is:
- More effective than other systems
- Easy to install
- Low maintenance
- Fully certified
- Ideal for numerous applications
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The Firechief range includes high-performance fire extinguishers, fire blankets, first aid kits, lithium-ion fire extinguishers for your home and leisure time. For more information, call us on +44 (0)330 999 0019 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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