Anoxia & Fire prevention
In 2010 we have built and Anoxia treatment chamber and with the same system we keep the complete storage area of 8.500 square meters under reduced oxygen for fire – prevention.
Fire prevention through low-oxygen refers to the use of reducing the amount of oxygen in an enclosed space to below the level that supports combustion. This method is commonly used in archives and museums to preserve delicate or valuable items, as low-oxygen environments slow down chemical reactions and prevent deterioration.
|Anoxia chamber||1 piece for extreem low Oxygen treatments|
|Storage area||8.500 m2 under low – oxygen for fire prevention|
|Anoxia system||2 pieces type 60I, low pressure system|
|Control||Centralized b-Cat App|ell control system|
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