Innovations in fire suppression

Now there is a better way to suppress fire. The objective is always to save lives and property. But innovative fire protection does more. It combines science and economics. A superior, environmentally friendly fire suppressant. Easier and more cost-effective installations. Advanced methods for protecting more challenging applications.

Stat-X Fixed Electrical System

StatX Fixed System

The Stat-X fixed system is an innovative, cost-effective and ecologically safe solution for rapid fire extinguishing and protection of high value enclosures. Our electrically activated generators, when integrated with a fire alarm control panel and appropriate fire detection devices, provide a fire suppression system that is significantly more cost effective than any other available technology. Eight sizes are available: from 30 gram through 2500 gram – allowing precise tailoring of systems to specific enclosed special hazards.

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Stat-X Fixed Thermal System

StatX Thermal Fixed System

Thermally operated units are optional alternatives to electrically operated units, and are used as stand-alone fire suppression for smaller enclosed spaces. Units are available in sizes ranging from 30 grams through 500 grams. Unit design is identical to electrically operated units except for actuation method. The units are fitted with an actuator that functions as a fixed temperature heat detector. Actuators are available in 158°F/70°C, 203°F/95°C, or 254°F/123°C standard options and are available in either anodized aluminum or 485 naval brass for corrosive atmospheres.

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Stat-X First Responder

StatX First Responder

The Stat-X First Responder is an innovative, portable unit for use by fire fighters and emergency responders in emergency egress or entrance situations.

This product is also used by many large utility companies on manhole and cable vault fires.

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Critical Applications in Numerous Industries

Stat-X fire suppression systems are used in critical applications across a wide range of industries. Because of their fast response time, compact size, low fire extinguishing concentration, and environmental safety, Stat-X fire protection systems are protecting company assets throughout the world.

 

Featured News

ICC-ES ESR-3230 Verifies that Stat-X UL Listed Electrically Operated Generators Meet Code Requirements

Stat-X® condensed aerosol fire suppression generators, manufactured by Fireaway, Inc., recently received an evaluation report (ESR# 3230) from ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES), providing evidence that the UL Listed electrically operated Stat-X condensed aerosol fire suppression fixed system generators meets code requirements. Building officials, architects, contractors, specifiers, designers, and others utilize ICC-ES Evaluation Reports to provide a basis for using or approving Stat-X condensed aerosol generators in construction projects under the International Fire Code.

ICC-ES President Shahin Moinian explains why ICC-ES Evaluation Reports are so important. “Fireaway Inc. can now reference the evaluation report to ensure building officials and the building industry that the product meets I-Code requirements,” Moinian said. “Building departments have a long history of using evaluation reports, and ICC-ES operates as a technical resource with the highest quality of product review for the building department. Final approval of building products is always in the hands of the local regulatory agency.”

ICC-ES thoroughly examined Fireaway’s product information, test reports, calculations, quality control methods and other factors to ensure the product is code-compliant. “We are pleased that our ICC-ES evaluation report for our UL Listed electrically operated Stat-X fire suppression fixed system generators has been published. We feel it will help our US based distributors gain system installation approval from authorities having jurisdiction in states that have adopted IFC based fire codes that do not include NFPA 2010 as a standard and in turn condensed aerosol fire suppression systems as approved systems in their fire codes.” Chris Gendron, technical and quality specialist, Fireaway Inc.

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