PVD Training has more than 15 years of experience in providing fire fighting services. We serve industrial clients in various high risk sectors worldwide.
Our services are very broad, including consulting on the design of fire extinguishing systems, supply of fire safety equipment, provision of maintenance, prevention and servicing of extinguishing systems and equipment fire…
PVD Training provide: design, installation, commissioning, inspection, period inspection for FM200, NOVEC 1230, CO2, FOAM,… Fire fighting system (Licensed by Vietnam Police Department of fire prevention & fire fighting).
Novec 1230 is one of the leading clean agents used for fire suppression. Clean agent fire suppression systems can put out fires safely without damaging electronic equipment or machinery.
Novec 1230 extinguishes fires by removing heat. All fires need heat, oxygen, and a fuel source to continue to burn. By removing any of these three elements, you can extinguish the fire. Other fire suppression agents, such as carbon dioxide, remove oxygen. Because Novec1230 removes heat instead of oxygen, it is safer to use in occupied spaces, because it does not pose a suffocation risk for people.
If your building or facility has an FM-200 fire suppression system in operation, you should already know that it is crucial to recharge (or refill) the system as soon as possible after every use or discharge. A properly working system should respond to even a small electrical fire within seconds. It works by immediately reacting and diffusing the fire before it has time to do more damage to your computer room, data center, archives storage, etc.
Because the system reacted and put out the fire, it now is not as prepared to extinguish the next fire—unless you get it recharged. With no FM-200 gas to discharge, even another small fire could lead to great property loss or damage if it cannot be contained as quickly as it would with a working fire suppression system.
CO2 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colorless, odorless, electrically non-conductive gas that is highly effective at suppressing a wide variety of Class A, B, and C fires.
In areas with delicate electronic equipment, such as server rooms and data rooms, and storage areas with potentially combustible materials, sprinkler systems are not the ideal extinguishing agent. Typically, in those environments with valuable machinery and lots of people working you will find clean agent fire suppression systems. These use manufactured, inert gasses to suppress fires. However, in areas with no building personnel like engine rooms, power stations, and around large industrial machines, CO2 fire suppression systems may be the most effective fire protection systems.
After a fire or other triggering event, full repair and recharging of all fire safety mechanisms must take place throughout the entire building. This process often includes a thorough inspection and testing to make sure the fire or other event did not damage important parts. In those that use suppression instead of just pressurized canister extinguishers or water-based sprinklers, a full fire suppression system recharge can take more precise expertise to bring back online.
PVD Training is the provider of a complete assortment of firefighter services. We have full ability to repair, maintain, refill, inspect for fire fighting system and equipment.