Halon Fire Suppression in Pennsylvania
Halon fire suppression systems are becoming less and less common as a result of the ban placed on the new production of halon in 1994. However, many businesses still utilize these systems. And with recycled Halon 1301 readily available, they can provide years of dependable service provided proper inspections and maintenance protocols are followed.
Do you need halon fire suppression system services in Central Pennsylvania, or is your business searching for an environmentally friendly alternative to halon? Liberty Fire Solutions is a comprehensive fire safety company serving Central Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. We carry over 40 years of experience in the fire protection industry and can provide the insight, services, and expertise that you need.
Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Inspections & Maintenance
Halon fire suppressants remain one of the most fast-acting and effective options available on the market. However, because of the ozone-depleting potential of Halon 1301, it is strictly controlled and systems that continue to utilize it must be very carefully and thoroughly inspected on a routine basis.
Our Halon 1301 fire suppression system inspections fulfill all guidelines outlined in NFPA 12A. We also take into account local codes and any unique requirements set by your insurance company, building a unique inspection program that will ensure your system remains functional, effective, and safe.
Schedule Halon 1301 fire suppression system inspections with Liberty Fire Solutions online now, or call (814) 239-3473 to find out more about proper system inspections!
Halon 1301 Fire Suppression System Recharge
Installing new halon fire suppression systems is now less common than it once was, but buildings where these systems are still in use remain somewhat common. Should your system require recharge of recycled Halon 1301, Liberty Fire Solutions can provide.
Environmentally Friendly Alternatives for Fire Suppression in Central Pennsylvania
It’s still perfectly legal to utilize existing supplies of recycled Halon 1301; however, the EPA does encourage replacing the system with a more environmentally appropriate system when applicable. Liberty Fire Solutions is proud to offer sales, inspections, and services for environmentally acceptable fire suppression systems, including:
- FM-200 fire suppression systems
- Novec 1230 fire suppression systems
If you choose to work with Liberty Fire Solutions in replacing your halon equipment, our team can handle the removal of your Halon 1301 system and will take care of recycling the remaining chemical present in the system.
Contact Liberty Fire Solutions for Halon 1301 Fire Suppression Services in Central Pennsylvania & Blair County, Pennsylvania
Fire safety, code-compliance, protection for your business: These are our focus as your trusted fire protection company in Pennsylvania. With over 40 years of experience and a full dedicated team of fire protection industry veterans, we are the best fire protection team around!
Reach out to our experts online, or call (814) 239-3473 to schedule Halon 1301 fire suppression system inspections now!
Frequently Asked Questions about Halon Fire Suppression Systems
What is a halon fire suppression system?
A liquefied and compressed gas, halon halts the spread of fire by chemically disrupting combustion. Available as a gaseous flooding agent or liquid streaming agent, it leaves no residue and is safe for human exposure.
How effective is halon?
Offering water’s cooling effect and carbon dioxide’s smothering action, halon is highly effective as a fire extinguishing agent, including at low concentrations.
Is halon a clean agent?
Yes, halon leaves no residue upon evaporation.
Can I recycle or dispose of my halon?
Because halon is a chlorofluorocarbon (CFC), it cannot be safely or effectively disposed of. Recycling and reusing existing supplies is the best available solution.
What are the key benefits of halon?
Halon’s most significant benefit is that it’s a clean agent. It can also extinguish a fire without the residues that result from water-based fire extinguishing methods and often damage protected assets. Halon has long been used for fire and explosion protection and remains an integral part of many manufacturing, aviation, and electronics business’s safety plans and procedures.
What are common uses for halon systems?
Halon is typically used to protect computer and communication rooms throughout the electronics industry. It has numerous military applications on aircraft, ships, and tanks. It also helps ensure commercial aircraft safety.
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