Server/Data Rooms

Clean Agent Fire Suppression Systems

Using water to extinguish a fire is not always the ideal choice. When you are trying to protect critical assets such as IT systems, data storage rooms, telecommunication centers, and control rooms, using water will just compound the damage. Using a clean agent fire suppression system may be the best solution. Clean agents are electrically non-conductive and non-corrosive, and there will be no damage to electronics and delicate mechanical devices. It rapidly vaporizes to gas during discharge and evaporates cleanly, leaving no residue behind, which means no costly cleanup.



Reach extinguishing levels in 10 seconds or less


Control and extinguish a fire before it has a chance to spread


Designed to provide a wide margin of human safety


Rapidly vaporizes, leaving no residue behind, which means no costly cleanup

Environmentally Friendly

Non-ozone depleting and has a short atmospheric lifetime

FM200, ECARO HFC-125 AND Novec 1230 Fire Suppression System

These clean agents are among the industry’s leading clean gaseous agent fire suppression systems. Designed to extinguish combustible, flammable liquids and electrical fires in less than 10 seconds, it is the fastest fire protection available. This means less damage, lower repair costs, reduced downtime and, most importantly, added safety for personnel and property.

Fire Guys Leasing designs, installs and repairs waterless clean agent fire suppression systems for a variety of high-hazard commercial and industrial applications, including telecommunications, server rooms, records storage, power generation and any other mission critical or high value locations.

With any clean agent fire system from Fire Guys Leasing, you can rest easy knowing that, if your company were to experience a fire, you would be able to immediately resume operations without the interruption of a costly clean up and the expense of asset damage from suppressant residue.

Stat X Aerosol Fire Systems

Aerosols are an effective new alternative to traditional special hazard fire protection. This type of fire suppression should be considered when evaluating the use of halon substitutes, CO2, inert gas, dry chemical or water mist.

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