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Tyco Fire and Integrated Solutions (the trading company for Tyco Fire and Integrated Solutions (UK) Limited and Tyco Fire and Integrated Solutions (Ireland) Limited)

Tyco Park
Grimshaw Lane
Newton Heath
Manchester
M40 2WL
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)161 205 2321 • Fax: +44 (0)161 455 4459
Web: www.tycofis.com


Certificate No 014b to LPS 1230




Product

Risk

Design

Concentration

Comments

LPCB
Ref. No.
Wormald Ansul INERGEN

Class A Standard) Solid fires e.g. paper, wood, plastics)

43%

Design concentration includes 30% safety factor

014b/01
Wormald Ansul INERGEN

Class A Cables (Solid fire risks including cables)

47.8%

Confirmation that minimum safety factor is adequate

014b/01
Wormald Ansul INERGEN

Class B (Liquid fires e.g. heptane)

46.7%

Design concentration includes 30% safety factor

014b/01

 

Design concentration Class A Standard and Class B  = Extinguishing concentration x safety factor (minimum 1.3).
Design concentration Class A Cables  System test concentration.  Where this value is lower than the Class A Standard value, the Class A Standard value should be used for design purposes.
    Design concentrations are as tested to LPS 1230 in BRE Test Report Number 206885.
Extinguishing concentrations are as tested in BRE Test Report Number 206884 (ISO 14520-1 tests)

This system uses:

Design, Installation, Maintenance and User Manual:
INERGEN 300 bar manual, P/N 13646raw, Issue March 2011
Software Programme:

  C.A.P Version 14.04

    a)     This system is suitable for storage in environmental conditions from -20° to +50°C.
b)     System pressure is specified as 300 bar @ 15°C
c)     If this fixed gaseous fire extinguishing system is used with existing pipework (so called drop-in systems) it is the responsibility of the installing company to ensure that:
        - all pipework can withstand system pressures and will be safe during operation;
    - all pipework meets the requirements of the gas system manufacturers design manual; and
    - all applicable legislation is complied with.

 


 

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