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WAGNER’s OxyReduct Compact fire protection solution ideal for mission critical applications

Published on 29 February 2012
WAGNER’s OxyReduct fire-free technology will be applied cost-effectively to even more applications
OxyReduct creates an environment where fires cannot start, by reducing the oxygen level in a closed room

WAGNER UK has launched a new high-performance version of its OxyReduct Compact system, allowing the OxyReduct fire-free technology to be applied cost-effectively to even more applications. OxyReduct is well established as an ideal fire protection solution for mission critical applications where any business interruption is unacceptable or where the warehouse stock or archive is invaluable.

OxyReduct creates an environment where fires cannot start, by continuously reducing the oxygen level in a closed room through adding nitrogen to the air. The oxygen is reduced to a level in which most combustibles do not inflame and an open fire is impossible. Importantly, people can enter and work in the protected area at any time.

OxyReduct Compact is a self-contained nitrogen control and production system which can be installed remotely or within the protected area. The latest version has double the Nitrogen production capacity and can be installed in rooms up to 1500m3. OxyReduct Compact is quiet in operation, low maintenance and only requires supply and exit pipes, oxygen sensors and an alarm system in order to be fully operational.

Over 500 major organisations throughout Europe, including the British Library, Jaguar Land Rover and British Airways, have already installed OxyReduct systems in a wide range of applications including IT data centres, communication suites, archives, museums, cold/freezer storage and warehousing. OxyReduct has proved itself to be cost effective compared to traditional protection systems for high-value storage and mission critical applications.

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