Society is becoming aware that environmental protection is an absolute necessity and therefore calls foreco-friendly products that deliver more effective firefighting capabilities.


With this in mind, SIEX has developed the INERT-SIEX™ CFT-100 (Constant Flow Technology) system that combines the latest firefighting technology using a totally ecological agent, nitrogen, a major component of the atmosphere which therefore has no adverse effects on the environment.


This innovative technology provides a constant flow of agent without using a calibrated restrictor, combined with maximum protection and great firefighting efficiency. Moreover, given the high availability of this agent, added to its significant benefits in both firefighting and improving discharge efficiency, the resulting system is extraordinarily competitive and efficient.


The use of IG-100 agent—effective for any type of application—ensures a compact, flexible design adaptable to any risk, suitable for use with selector valves, including a wide range of discharge pressures, with the maximum coverage in the market and maximum safety and effectiveness.

Silencers for Data Centres

Data centres include increasingly sensitive devices, especially to noise. High frequencies combined with sound pressures of over 110dB may affect the operation of their hard drives and cause permanent damage. It is essential that the fire protection system avoids damage not caused by the fire, but generated collaterally by the noise of the discharge.

SIEX SALC silencers reduce noise to below 90 dB in the most adverse case, far below the 120 dB of a free discharge and the 100 dB available on the market. It also allows for installation both in new projects and existing. They offer maximum benefits in use with inert gases (60 second discharges) and are compatible both with falling pressure technology (with restrictor) and with the new Constant Flow Technology (flow rate control in the DR valve).

INERT-SIEX™ CFT-100 (Constant Flow Technology) BROCHURE
Silent Nozzles for Data Centres