The Isolcell N2 Oxygen Reduction System®

The Isolcell N2 Oxygen Reduction System® is a fire protection strategy that involves reducing the oxygen concentration in a protected area to a level that is insufficient to support combustion.

Basic Principle
Fires need three elements to ignite and sustain: heat, fuel, and an oxidizing agent (usually oxygen, known as the Fire Triangle.
By reducing the oxygen concentration, the environment becomes unable to support the combustion of most materials.

Specialized systems inject oxygen-reduced air into the environment to lower the oxygen concentration.
The oxygen level is typically reduced to around 15% or lower, depending on the specific materials and risk assessment of the protected area. Normal atmospheric oxygen concentration is approximately 21%.

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