Fike’s Impulse® Valve Technology – A Step Above the Rest
Fike’s patented Impulse Valve Technology is the highest-performing fire suppression container valve available. Featuring Fike’s Axius® rupture disc, our Impulse Valve combines the reliability and efficiency of our premium rupture disc and the flexibility of electric, pneumatic or manual actuation. This results in a suppression system that minimizes pressure loss and is:
As one of the trailblazers of today’s life- and property-saving fire suppression systems, Fike offers comprehensive solutions capable of protecting nearly any special hazard.
Types of Fire Suppression Systems
Protect irreplaceable assets, such as computers, servers, electronics, artwork, archives and more, as clean agents and inert gases produce none of the water damage associated with traditional sprinkler systems.
Produce ultra-fine water droplets that use as little as 1/10 the water of a traditional sprinkler, resulting in little to no collateral damage. DuraQuench uses a skid-mounted centrifugal pump, which connects directly to the water supply for continuous, cost-effective fire suppression. Micro Mist provides water mist protection a self-contained, single-fluid, pre-engineered fire suppression system.
Fike-Fast Fire Detection Solutions
Special hazard fire suppression systems require compatible, early-detection solutions. Fike’s fire detection systems are capable of detecting fires as small as 0.1kW in size, far surpassing the capabilities of traditional smoke and heat detectors. Addressable control panels, cameras and air sampling systems save invaluable seconds to trigger accompanying fast-acting suppression systems.
Fire Testing against Extreme Conditions
Before a Fike fire suppression system is distributed to customers, it endures extensive testing to ensure its speed and reliability in a variety of challenging environments.
Fike’s clean agent, water mist and CO2-based fire suppression systems’ performance are tested under extreme conditions, far greater than those it may encounter in the real world. Therefore, Fike fire suppression systems are tested to confidently protect people and critical assets from both a worst-case scenario and the more common fires it may experience in the field.
Explore how and why Fike tests its equipment against the most difficult fire conditions.