clean agent

clean agent

In a fire suppression system, any electrically nonconducting, volatile, or gaseous extinguishant that does not leave a residue when it evaporates.
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As another element within Fike's sustainability initiatives, in August 2012 Fike launched the ECARO-25plus program, designed to more than neutralize the carbon footprint of its premier clean agent fire suppression product, ECARO-25[R].
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