Dry Chemical Fire Supression Systems
Fire Combat designs, engineers, and manufactures dry chemical fire suppression systems that are designed for rapid flame knockdown to minimize the spread of and the damage caused by fire. Mobile and stationary models are available, with both styles designed for one- or two-person operation.
All our dry chemical fire fighting systems are fully self-contained, and include the agent container, actuator, expellant gas, agent lines, hose storage and discharge device in a single, compact unit. Both stationary and mobile units work independently of possible interruptions in municipal electrical and water supplies.
Stationary Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems
Our stationary dry chemical fire suppression systems can be sized to fit any application, with agent capacity up to 4,000 lbs., and can be configured for multiple application points.
Less costly and easier to maintain that complicated automatic piped systems, Fire Combat’s stationary dry chemical fire fighting systems are available with BC type (Purple K or sodium bicarbonate) or ABC type (multi-purpose) dry chemicals.
Mobile Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems
Mobile models are engineered to mount on most standard truck bed sizes, or can be custom configured for OEM applications—contact us to discuss your custom requirements. They can be sized for any application, with agent capacity up to 2,000 lbs.
Easy to maintain and fully rechargeable in the field, our mobile dry chemical fire suppression systems are built to strict U.S. military specifications for extra-long service life. Available with BC type (Purple K or Monnex) or ABC type (multi-purpose) dry chemicals.
Features of Fire Combat’s Dry Chemical Fire Fighting Systems
- Completely self-contained
- Designed for one- or two-person operation for swift first-response situations
- Deliver rapid flame knockdown to minimize fire damage and spread
- Rugged construction: hardened stainless steel moving parts, corrosion resistant hoses, brass fittings, etc.
- Operate independently of possible interruptions to municipal water or electrical supplies
- Comply with NFPA 17; critical components meet ASME and DOT codes
- Specialty chemical manufacturing
- Petroleum production and processing
- Underground or surface mining
- Shipyard and marine operations
- Paint, plastic, or textile manufacturing
- Flammable liquid storage and loading
- Processes where water would be reactive
- Heated oil in pressurized piping systems
- LNG transfer and charging stations