Manufacturer & Wholesaler to the Fire Industry
The Stat-X generator is activated by one of the following methods based on the generator selected for the application.
Upon activation the generator will discharge an ultra-fine aerosol that stays suspended in the enclosure, the fire will be suppressed or extinguished based on the aerosol concentration level in the design.
Stat-X fire suppression systems may be used in critical applications across a wide range of industries. Due to their fast response time, compact size, low fire extinguishing concentration, and environmental safety. These product features are critical in areas where weight and space savings are important.
This video shows a fire test of Stat-X® fire suppression in our test facility with inrared.
This video shows a fire test of Stat-X® fire suppression in our test facility.
This simulated bilge fire test demonstrates the Stat-X First Responder®'s ability to extinguish a Class B fire, even when submerged under water.
Stat-X® fire suppression is protecting this power generation room for Lantmäteriet located in Gävle, Sweden. Lantmäteriet, the Swedish mapping, cadastral, and land registration authority, is a government agency in Sweden that provides information on Swedish geography and property.
Our local distributor partner designed and installed this Stat-X electrical activated system consisting of a model 1500E generator.
Back-up, emergency, or standby power generation is among the top infrastructure topics for businesses. Keeping the electrical power flowing is critical to companies.
Stat-X® electrical generators are protecting enclosed electrical cells and the main room in this electrical distribution application for POGO Gold Mines in Alaska. A familiar gas product was also being considered for the project, however, Stat-X was the chosen solution due to limited space and room integrity.
Stat-X® fire suppression systems are protecting many wind turbine generators for a large energy company. The wind turbines are located in Ontario, Canada. Our smaller thermally activated units are shown here installed in the electrical/electronic control cabinets in the nacelle and the down tower. One appropriately sized generator per cabinet.
Stat-X fire suppression systems with thermal activation are stand-alone units. Their own patented detection mechanism is incorporated, eliminating the need for separate detection, and releasing controls. These units are suitable for a broad range of applications in smaller enclosures. They are available in sizes ranging from 30 grams up to 1,000 grams.