Buses & Coaches

INTRO

Intro

About Reacton Fire Suppression

BUSES AND COACHES

The consequences of fire are destructive, not only in terms of the risk to life and the environment but to breaches in industry standards or regulations. Studies show that public transport fleet operators continue to suffer mechanical or electrical system failures that lead to fires, particularly in engine bays and across transmissions.


Our approach and ability to provide risk based and scalable fire suppression solutions through Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) is second to none. With our propriety detection system that responds rapidly to radiant heat from fires, coupled with fast fire suppression agent deployment, makes Reacton best placed to provide cost effective, durable, adaptable and trusted fire suppression systems for buses and coaches.

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Features &

Advantages

Features &

Advantages

How IT WORKS:

Indirect System:

With Reacton’s ‘Safety First’ approach, we have a fully developed and warranted indirect system, designed to detect and suppress bus and coach engine bay fires. Our system utilises a unique pneumatic detection tube that once compromised by fire, triggers the rapid deployment of an effective ‘knock down’ powder. The powder
is then distributed through a discharge network and bespoke nozzles designed with the agent’s characteristics in mind which dominates even the most demanding fires

How IT WORKS:

Indirect System:

With Reacton’s ‘Safety First’ approach, we have a fully developed and warranted indirect system, designed to detect and suppress bus and coach engine bay fires. Our system utilises a unique pneumatic detection tube that once compromised by fire, triggers the rapid deployment of an effective ‘knock down’ powder. The powder
is then distributed through a discharge network and bespoke nozzles designed with the agent’s characteristics in mind which dominates even the most demanding fires

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