The Stat-X compound is the most effective fire extinguishing agent currently available. The Stat-X First Responder works by interrupting the chain reaction of the fire. Upon detection of a fire, Stat-X electric generators are activated automatically from a suitable listed releasing device.
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Upon activation, the generators produce an exceptionally effective, ultra-fine, potassium based aerosol. Unlike gaseous systems, Stat-X aerosol generators are cost effective to install and maintain — as they do not require the pressure vessels, piping or expensive installation costs associated with other extinguishing systems.
Stat-X Fixed Systems: Thermal/Manual Units
In the event of a fire, Stat-X generators can be activated either manually or automatically via the integrated thermal detector.
• No power required — activates thermally or manually
• Approved by CSIRO, ECB, MCA, ABS and many more
Stat-X Fixed System: Electrical Units for Ordinary Locations
Upon detection of a fire, Stat-X electric generators are activated automatically from a suitable listed releasing device.
• Listed for Class A, B, C fires by UL, ULC, CSIRO, ECB, and many others
• Suitable for enclosed facilities and local applications
Due to their fast response time, low fire extinguishing concentration, and environmental safety, Stat-X fire suppression systems may be used in critical applications across a wide range of industries. Aerosol generators are currently protecting and are suitable for use in:
Space and weight requirements are minimal. On an agent weight basis, Stat-X aerosol is ten times more effective than gaseous agent alternatives.
The Stat-X generator’s effectiveness is a function of its patented design, aerosol composition, and ultra-fine particle size. Fire suppression is rapidly achieved through interference between the ultra-fine aerosol particulate and the flame’s free radicals — terminating propagation of the fire.
Stat-X aerosol generators are virtually maintenance free and have a service life of over ten (10) years. This, coupled to their low installation cost, makes them an extremely cost effective fire protection solution.