STAT-X Clean Agent Fire Suppression System.
STAT-X: Highly effective and clean Fire suppressant system for closed rooms. It has numerous advantages, some of them are as follows:
· Does not require high pressure vessels, manifolds, nozzles.
· Does not require pipe work nor expensive installation costs.
· Minimal maintenance required and long duty life (15 years).
· Proven technology (manufactured in USA in ISO 9002 facility).
· 5 times as effective as Halon and 10 times as Halon replacements.
· Non-toxic, Non-corrosive, will not harm electronic equipment or magnetic media.
· Suitable for Class A, B, C, hazards.
· Ideal solution for computer rooms, server rooms, telecom rooms, control equipment rooms, remote telecom or computer units, energy plants, engine rooms, turbine enclosures, and more.
· It would be activated by a termal trigger or through an electric signal from a Fire Detection Panel.
· ULc Certified.
· New exterior look.
· Renewed name and presentation.
· Only aerosol generator listed to UL 2127 standard,
which complies with the new standard NFPA 2010.
· New thermal autonomous trigger listed by UL.
· New sizes (30 y 60 grams).
Stat-X is a Fire Suppression System which must be correctly dimensioned for each situation, using the right amount of it under the specific conditions (Hazard Class, equipment distribution, room openings, and so on) of each installation.
In ATINCO Corp. ,as STAT-X Master Distributor for the region, will be happy to help you with agent calculation, and recommendation of the best option for your particular project.
Fire Suppression Systems (STAT-X & Aero-K)
In a Nut Shell: It provides highly effective and clean fire suppression for fires in enclosed facilites and local spaces. It requires none of the pressure vessels, pipe work, and extensive installation manpower associated with other systems.
Basic Stat-X® Operational / Installation Information /JAN 2005
The purpose of this letter is to provide a general overall view of an Stat-X® Fire Suppression System. This letter addresses Operational / Design Features of a Common Stat-X® System. It also top-lines / highlights some of the installation requirements. This letter IS NOT to be used as a Replacement to the attached Installation Owners Manual.
Stat-X® ULC Listing Parameters
Ø Stat-X® is approved and is suitable for Class C (electrical) and B (fuel) Fires. Stat-X® has not yet been approved for Class-A Type Fires. Class-A Fires can be defined as any combustible material that may burn with an ember, or a deep seeded fire that may re-ignite once extinguished.
Ø Stat-X® is approved for Non-Occupied Areas Only. Non-Occupied Areas should be defined as an Area where people may go in and out of during day-to-day operations to perform necessary duties. Such Areas do not and would not include office space.
Ø The Protected Area must comply with Stat-X® Parameters as stated above.
Ø The Protected Area should, at all times be a Closed Environment. In other words, other than when in use, Access / Egress Doors are to remain closed.
Ø Access / Egress Doors must have some type of Automatic Closure Devise installed and functioning properly at all times.
Ø If the Protected Area has a Drop/False Ceiling, all Ceiling Tiles must be properly installed and in-place at all times.
Ø Each Stat-X® System is designed specifically for the Protected Area. If for any reason dimensions and or HVAC Systems of the Protected Area are to be changed, Peripheral Manufacturing must be contacted well in advance of any Remodeling effort. At that time, Peripheral Manufacturing's role is to Reconfigure/Design the System. This process will insure that the Protected Area remains properly protected.
Ø Each Stat-X® System is designed specifically for the Protected Area. If for any reason the Protected Area is to be moved to a new site, Peripheral Manufacturing must be contacted well in advance of the relocation. At that time Peripheral Manufacturing’s role is to Reconfigure/Design the System. This process will insure that the Protected Area remains properly protected.
Notifier Control Panel, RP-1002
Ø The Control Panel can reside (flush or surface mounted) inside or outside of the Protected Area. Although we suggest inside the Protected Area, it really does not matter. Installing the Control Panel in the immediate Area will reduce total footage of conduit and wiring required to properly install the System.
Ø The Control Panel requires a Dedicated 120 VAC Power Source. All Power Requirements from the Control Panel out are considered Low Voltage.
Ø A 4XZM Zone Relay Module is shipped with every System. As shown in the attached Wiring Diagram, this Module resides inside of the Control Panel. The Module provides an additional Relay needed to communicate with Horn/Strobe Devises.
Ø The Control Panel is to be programmed (adjustable) using a 30 Second Count Down Mode prior to Agent Discharge.
Ø A MR-104/CR Relay Module is shipped with every System. As shown in the attached Wiring Diagram, this Module resides outside of the Control Panel. The Module provides Four Dry Contact Switches. Switches are to be used to Cut Power to the Protected Area’s HVAC System during the 30 Second Count Down Mode. Stat-X® is an aerosol. No need to exhaust the fire-fighting agent out of the Protected Area when it is most needed. We also suggest that power be cut to all equipment located inside the Protected Area, creating a hard shutdown. Why drive power to an electrical fire? (Continued on the reverse)à
Photoelectric And Or Ionization Smoke Detectors
Ø Each Stat-X® System is specifically designed using NFPA’s recommendation of no less than One Smoke Detector Per/250 Square Feet. Each System is designed with no less than Two Detectors. Detectors are to be Cross Zoned, therefore reducing the possibility of a False Agent Discharge.
Manual Pull Station
Ø Each Stat-X® System is specifically designed with no less than One Manual Pull Station. The Manual Pull is to be located just outside of the Egress Door. As shown on the attached diagram, the Pull Station is to be Live at all times.
Lockout – Abort Switch
Ø Each Stat-X® System is specifically designed with no less than One Lockout – Abort Switch. The Switch is to be located just outside of the Egress Door. The Switch is to be used when unintentional or intentional smoke is created in the Protected Area. As an example, general A/C maintenance may require soldering therefore creating smoke. Key the Switch to the off position, complete the work, vent the Protected Area, rearm the System. Another example, the Switch can also be used in the highly unlikely event of a False Discharge Situation.
Horn – Strobe
Ø Each Stat-X® system is specifically designed with no less than Two Horn/Strobe Devices. As shown on the attached diagram, the Control Panel is to be programmed using the recommended signal outputs. One Horn/Strobe is to be located inside the Protected Area and One Horn/Strobe is to be located outside the Protected Area. Both should be installed near the Egress Door.
Ø Generators are to be wall mounted about 6"-8” from the ceiling surface.
Ø Generators should not point directly at any surface. Generators are to be installed evenly spaced around the parameter of the Protected Area. From a vertical position, (in other words, the face of the Generator pointing directly at the floor), tilt (installed) each Generator 5 to 20 degrees. Each Generator is to be installed using the same degree of tilt and direction. In other words, if the System were ever discharged, the Fire Fighting Aerosol would blow in a clock-wise or counter clock-wise direction within the Protected Area. Kind of like a world-wind.
Ø Generators and Smoke Detectors should be installed no less than three feet away from any ventilation openings. It is recommended that Generators are to be placed no closer that about 6 feet away from any surface such as a computer rack or cabling ladder etc.
Ø Generators each have a Black and a White Wire. Which is positive and which is negative or does it matter? Answer / It does not matter. There are no polarity issues
Ø Generators are to be wired in Series, maximum of ten per line.
Ø Avoid False Discharges.......... An electrical charge is necessary to Discharge each Generator. Prior to System Testing, Generators are to be disconnected. Panel, Smoke Detectors, Manual Pull Station, and Lockout-Abort Switch Testing is then performed using the System Test Lamp (24Volt / provided) in place of the Generators. Once the functionality is verified, the System is to be reset and Generators Reconnected.
Ø Prime Technologies is the local “STAT-X”Authorized representative of : www.atincocorp.com
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