Uniservice Unisafe protects the marine sector providing the listed inspection and services for the following fire suppression systems: dry powder, CO2, foam, FM200, Nitrogen, Novec 1230 and water mist.
The experience gained from many years
working onboard ships allows Uniservice Unisafe technicians to provide customers with a deep knowledge in fire suppression solutions.
Applied to fuel fires as either an aspirated (mixed and expanded with air in a branch pipe) or non aspirated form to form a frothy blanket or seal over the fuel, preventing oxygen reaching it. Unlike powder, foam can be used to progressively extinguish fires without flashback.
CO2 extinguishers contain carbon dioxide, a non-flammable gas, and are highly pressurized. The pressure is so great that it is not uncommon for bits of dry ice to shoot out the nozzle. They don't work very well on class A fires because they may not be able to displace enough oxygen to put the fire out, causing it to re-ignite. CO2 extinguishers have an advantage over dry chemical extinguishers since they don't leave a harmful residue, a good choice for an electrical fire on computers or other electronic devices such as a switch-boxes or electrical cabinets.
The range of dry powder fire extinguishers is extremely versatile as they are not only suitable for Class A and B fires but also Class C fires involving flammable gases such as propane and butane. They are also safe to use on electrical risks because of the non-conductivity of dry powder. The powder extinguisher contains a very high performance dry powder. It is ideal for protecting high risk areas. All models have a +/- 15 bar working pressure for optimum performance.
All the necessary annual and bi-annual inspections are provided by Uniservice Unisafe, ensuring you to have full-coverage safety and security in all the protected spaces.