Eliminating fires and Halononce and for all.
There is a new fire suppression technology that works better, faster,
cheaper, and greener than Halon. It is already approved by the EPA and
has passed all FAA certification fire tests to date in the Eclipse 500™
jet. This revolutionary fire suppression system is called the PhostrEx
agent, and it will debut aboard this revolutionary new jet.
The PhostrEx fire suppression system represents a huge leap forward in
fire suppression because it addresses many of the drawbacks of Halon,
from system weight to environmental concerns. These concerns, including
Halon's ozone-depleting and global warming characteristics, prompted the
Montreal Protocol to outlaw its use. The only exception allowed by this
international treaty is in aviation applications, and only until a suitable
replacement becomes available.
And now it has.
While the PhostrEx agent will have a phenomenal effect on traditional
Halon aircraft fire suppression installations, it will also enable protection
for new aviation applications such as baggage compartments, cargo spaces,
and ground-based firefighting. The PhostrEx agent will also have utility
in new industries as diverse as automotive, marine, construction, food
service, and even traditional fire fightinganywhere safe, effective
fire suppression can save lives and property.
Learn more about the first advance in aviation fire suppression in 50
years by clicking the links here.