Fire extinguishing systems are the only alternatives to fire extinguishing systems for places where there are very important materials inside or where fire can not be permitted.
Oxygen abatement systems used in fire prevention systems keep the oxygen level of the relevant area at a certain limit value according to the flammability conditions of the materials and prevent the fire in the environment. In other words, in the neighborhood, a fireless atmosphere is created. This will provide fire protection for the area and create a safe environment for fire.
It is known that removing any ring of flammable material, heat and oxygen from the fire triangle has prevented the fire from occurring. Oxygen abatement systems prevent the fire in the neighborhood by removing the oxygen ring. It is possible to create a fire-free environment by lowering the oxygen level of 21% in the atmosphere to a sufficient level according to the type of the combustible material in the relevant area, by means of the oxygen reduction system.