dry chemical extinguishing system

dry chemical extinguishing system

A fire extinguishing system which is used to distribute an approved fire-extinguishing chemical by means of a gas under pressure. Fixed piping and nozzles aid in ensuring proper distribution of the chemical.
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Hood and duct systems typically include a Dry Chemical Extinguishing System over all cooking surfaces.
Occasionally, a camp will not have a complete hood, duct, and dry chemical extinguishing system in place to reduce the risk of fire from cooking.