How to Reduce Clean-Agent Installation Costs by 35%

Designing and commissioning the discharge pipe network for a clean-agent suppression system is a labour intensive process. Much of the time is spent designing the discharge pipe network and nozzle locations to meet very specific site, code, and performance requirements.
To make matters worse, site conditions can frequently change and available ceiling space can become unexpectedly occupied, requiring re-engineering. As a result, much of the cost of a clean-agent suppression systems is in the discharge pipe network, due to its high material cost and stringent performance requirements.
Many of the costly clean-agent installation requirements can be eased with three key features of the unique discharge nozzles supplied by inControl Systems. These features reduce pipe runs and material costs, lower engineering and installation time, and when combined, can reduce installation costs by over 35%.

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