Oxygen Reduction System

Oxygen reduction is an advanced, active fire prevention technology designed to regulate oxygen levels within a protected area, effectively preventing fires from starting. By controlling oxygen concentration through the introduction of nitrogen — readily available in the air and produced through air dissociation — the oxygen-reduction system ensures a non-toxic and harmless blend for workplaces without being harmful to human health.

The functional principle is rooted in the understanding of how fires begin. Ignition requires three components: oxygen, heat energy, and fuel. Oxygen reduction disrupts this trio by literally “taking the fire’s breath away,” thereby eliminating the possibility of a fire breaking out. Despite the oxygen-reduced atmosphere, the safety and health of employees in their workspace are consistently prioritized.

Traditionally, fire protection strategies focused on rapid detection and effective extinguishing. However, technological advancements and meticulous studies have led to a paradigm shift. The active oxygen reduction fire protection system, incorporating different nitrogen technologies, enables the creation of fully protected environments, eliminating fire hazards and allowing normal occupancy.

This approach signifies a departure from conventional fire extinguishing methods. Instead of combating fires, the emphasis is on preventing their initiation.

Benefits of the system

  • No smoke and heat exhaust system installation required
  • No damage or loss due to extinguishing
  • Enviroment-friendly
  • Use the entire warehouse capacity of ​​the property
  • Can protect single or multiple rooms and compartments.

This innovative system effectively prevents fires, making nitrogen reduction particularly suitable for enclosed spaces, especially those housing vulnerable products. The core principle remains: prevention is superior to cure — no oxygen equals no fire.e.

The system is the best solution for warehouses, banks, freezing plants, libraries, museums, archives, and depositories.