Aerosol Fire System

Aerosols are a powerful new alternative to conventional special hazard fire protection.

Class A, B, and C flames can be effectively put out with an aerosol fire fighting equipment. When it detects a fire, the vaporized particles it has inside change into gaseous and solid particles to put out the flames. It can be used to extinguish fires in enclosed spaces, on plastics, flammable liquids, and more.

By instantly surrounding the flame with microparticles, the Aerosol Fire System functions. These particles absorb heat, cool the fire, and finally put out the fire. After 10 to 15 minutes of inactivity, the aerosol effect resumes, preventing re-ignition.

Aerosol Fire System Advantage

Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression System

Aerosol fire-extinguishing agent – a special solid chemical, when electrically activated, produces combustion products – micron-sized dry chemical particles and gas. The fire extinguishing aerosol is a mixture of dry chemical particles and gasses. Before being released into a protected area, the aerosol propels itself through a unique physical coolant, which absorbs and re-distributes heat, thus ensuring flameless discharge and uniform distribution of the aerosol within the area. 

Micron-sized aerosol particles exhibit gas-like three dimensional qualities that allow the agent to rapidly distribute throughout the enclosure and reach concealed and shielded locations. Homogeneous distribution is achieved in a matter of seconds, while long holding times help to prevent fire re-ignition.


Compact & Versatile

  • Smallest & lightest fire extinguishing system
  • Resistant to atmospheres with high humidity, corrosiveness and saltiness
  • Flexible choice of operation modes – either automatic, manual, electrical, or thermal Can be fully autonomous stand-alone systems when coupled with our TAD detection and activation devices – no power source or battery required.

High Performance

  • Fast response after detection of fire
  • Rapid system discharge – instantaneous extinguishing action
  • Low agent concentration

Easy Maintenance

  • No pressure cylinders
  • No moving parts
  • No gases or liquids, therefore no leakages
  •  No pipe work or manifold
  • Simple to install & re-commission
  • No maintenance required for aerosol modules. Only checks on electrical circuit required

Applications ideal for

  • Electrical Substations
  • Telecommunication Rooms
  • Server Rooms
  • Control Rooms
  • Electrical Cabinets
  • Marine Vehicles
  • CNC Grinders
  • Mining Vehicles
  • Heavy Transport Vehicles
  • Trains

The good news is AITO has capable technician that can possess the required abilities and information.

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