Gas Based Fire Suppression System Production


Waterless/Clean Agent Systems provide protection for facilities containing valuable corporate assets from people and processes to equipment and software.

Clean Agent System like IG 300 bar, HFC 42 Bar, CO2 High Pressure provide protection for facilities containing valuable corporate assets from people and processes to equipment and software. The agents discharge as a gas, reaching into all areas of the protected facility and leaving no residue to damage sensitive equipment or require costly cleanup. They combine the benefits of clean agent systems and active fire protection with people-safe, environmentally friendly performance.

EUROGARDIAN srl is specialized in gas fire extinguishing systems. The components of our fire suppression systems ( valve, gas cylinder) are designed and producted in-house. All product are cerified under the EN12094-series standards.


IG 300 bar

The IG systems use the inert gases argon and nitrogen as extinguishing agents in TOTAL FLOODING systems. Argon and nitrogen are pure, natural products present in the atmosphere. In contact with flame, they produce no type... Details >

HFC 42 bar

HFCs are pure gases that leave no oily residues; they have minimal environmental impact and no depleting effect on the ozone layer. HFC227ea and l’HFC125 are over-pressurized with nitrogen to 42 bar. HFC23 saturates... Details >

CO2 High Pressure

Carbon dioxide is a non-corrosive, odorless, colorless gas. During discharge, it presents as a white fog; it does not dirty or otherwise negatively affect the materials with which it comes into contact. The principle of... Details >

Pressure relief device

Pressure relief device limits the overpressure occurring in the enclosure during discharge. It is a opening closed with gravity louvers. Details >
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