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A solid aerosol automatic fire extinguishing system is a replacement substance of halon 1301 prohibited under the Montreal Protocol and is a friendly fire extinguishing substance with ozone-depleting index "0" and global warming index "0" and it can be responded to Class A, B and C fire. In addition, it has no gunpowder ingredient and is manufactured from material to work itself at 300 ℃.


1. Heat resistance (-50 ~ 200 ℃), humidity resistance (98% RH),

   vibration resistance.

2. There are no human toxicity, corrosive elements, electrical conductivity (inspection approval up to 24,000 V), and no secondary damage to the equipment.

3. No maintenance such as gas refilling, replacement of containers, etc. is required.

4. Key Applications


■  Electrical and electronic equipment: electrical control panels, computer rooms, electrical rooms, substation, generator room, central control room.

■  General building, building: EPS, TPS, generator rooms, communication rooms, electrical control panels.

■  Industrial facilities, equipment: crane electrical rooms, equipment control panels, electrical rooms, painting booth.

■  Military facilities, equipment: inside tanks or armored vehicles, communication equipment, electronic equipment, equipment engine rooms.

■  Cultural heritage, national treasures: museums, art galleries, traditional temples, libraries.

■  Nuclear, thermal: Transmission and Distribution tunnel, high pressure control panels, underground electric ditch.












The international agreement for the typical fire extinguishing material, Halon 1301 and for the regulation of CO2 is as follows. The ratification of Montreal Protocol is the reduction Agreement in force, and the ratification of Kyoto Protocol is a voluntary implementation Agreement.




"Convention on reduction of ozone-depleting substances" established for the Protection of the Ozone Layer

Korea jointed the Montreal Protocol in 1992 after first established in Montreal in 1987

As of 2013, regulation materials are of total 96 kinds of substances

First Montreal Protocol in 1987 -> CFC 5 kinds, Halon 3 kinds

1990 London amendments -> CFC 10 kinds, carbon tetrachloride, methyl chloroform added

1992 Copenhagen amendments -> HCFC 40 kinds, HBFC 34 kinds added

1999 Beijing amendments -> Bromo-chloro-methane added

The typical fire extinguishing substance, Halon 1301 was banned in 2010 since Korea had got the status of a developing country and got grace period for 10 years.



Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

The International Convention for the "reduction of greenhouse gas emissions"

The Convention on Climate Change adopted in the 1992 Rio UN Environmental Conference

The Agreement between the countries made in Kyoto in 1997 for implementing UNFCCC, which is also called "Kyoto Climate Agreement".

6 restricted substances: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), fluorocarbon (PFC), hydrofluorocarbons (HFC), sulfur fluoride (SF6)


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