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  • Angus Fire | Balance Valves
    as standard gives visual confirmation that the unit is functioning correctly In order to select the correct balance valve it is necessary to have full performance details of the concentrate pump The minimum overpressure the concentrate pump will supply recommended minimum 1 bar g at the maximum foam flow is superimposed on the graph overleaf The balance valve curve to the right of the operating point will be the minimum

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/balancevalves.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Bag Tank Modules
    the fire main water pressure at the inlet Available in five sizes 450 1125 2250 3375 and 4500 litres capacity the Bag Tank Module is supplied as a free standing pressure vessel with interconnecting pipework terminating at valved connections for water inlet and foam concentrate outlet Full compatibility with the BPP range gives the system designer maximum flexibility and cost effectiveness The proportioner must be specified separately Bag Tank Modules

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/bagtankmodules.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Wide-range Accurate Sprinkler Proportioner (WASP)
    consultants The heart of the WASP System is the Wide range Accurate Sprinkler Proportioner WASP which is mounted on a WASP bag tank containing Alcoseal 3 3 AR FFFP multi purpose foam WASP Data Sheet To proportion accurately across the full sprinkler system flow range and fully meet the stringent requirements of NFPA16A 1988 To be reliable simple in operation and independent of external power sources To discharge foam at the correct induction rate immediately the first one or two heads operate This is critical for rapid fire control Fast response proportioning will minimise financial losses Simplicity of installation to give a cost effective plug in system Standard foam proportioning devices are designed for dry pipe deluge type systems and therefore cannot operate under the very low flow conditions imposed by a wet pipe FWSS Fast response sprinkler heads are increasingly being chosen to provide quick operation for permanently flooded systems in recognition that early action provides fast control and minimises resulting loss and damage The Angus Fire WASP System has been specifically engineered to achieve the fast response proportioning necessary to obtain this rapid control and extinction The WASP System uniquely provides accurate foam mixing into the water supply

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  • Angus Fire | K20H
    K20H offers maximum versatility from new or existing spray rings When provided solely with water the K20H provides interlocking discharge patterns to deliver uniform coverage over the tank surface making it ideally suited for cooling adjacent tanks to the one involved in an incident By introducing a suitable foam concentrate into the water supply of the K20H spray rings on the tank s involved in the incident a measure of

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/k20h.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | K40 and K20
    a period of water discharge to provide additional cooling if required The K40 Mk2 is designed to meet 6 5 litres metre2 minute application rates under NFPA spacing requirements whilst the K20 Mk2 is designed for applications requiring 4 1 litres metre2 minute These well tried and tested foam water sprinklers are installed worldwide Popular applications include process area protection road and rail tanker loading bays warehousing and aircraft hangars

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/k40k20.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Tanker Loading Bay Nozzles
    The HL High Level nozzle is designed for mounting overhead to protect the top and sides of the road or rail tanker secure the likely pool fire developing in the surrounding area and provide cooling to the tanker This HL nozzle is mounted in a pendant position has a K factor of 40 and produces a solid cone discharge of very similar spray patterns with both foam and water The LL Low Level nozzle is designed for mounting at Low Level to throw foam underneath the vehicle and protect the tyres The LL nozzle is mounted in an upright position has a K factor of 20 and produces a truncated triangular shaped discharge These HL and LL nozzles are particularly well suited for use in high risk situations where mixed risk flammable liquids are stored When used in conjunction with Angus FP70 Plus on hydrocarbons or Alcoseal AR FFFP on solvents and mixed risks both HL and LL nozzles provide excellent quality of finished foam sealing off vapours and protecting against re ignition Both HL and LL nozzles are compact robust and consequently less easily damaged than conventional designs Both nozzles are entirely constructed from 316 stainless steel which provides

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  • Angus Fire | Turbex Industrial
    plants The efficiency of any high expansion foam system depends upon producing well formed high quality foam It must then be delivered rapidly into the risk area against a possible back pressure that may result from the confines of the application The Angus Fixed Turbex Systems employ high expansion foam generators with a cocoon shape designed to optimise performance By combining a sophisticated spray nozzle with a uniquely tiered foam making net the foam bubble structure produced is uniform slow draining and of a nominal expansion ratio 500 1 500 parts of air to every one part of foam solution Air is driven through the generator by a specially developed efficient water driven fan This forced air technology ensures the foam can be pushed forward overcoming potential back pressures that would stall simpler blower type units The FT1 500 P and FT2 500P models must be fed with a premix solution of Expandol foam concentrate and water Ideally this should be generated using an Angus proportioning device such as a balance pressure proportioner or fixed inductor for maximum accuracy and efficiency These premix Fixed Turbex Systems are most effective where multiple units are required to protect large areas with centralised

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/foam_equipment/fixed/turbexindustrial.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Helijector
    within a robust steel framed skid Developed primarily for offshore helideck monitor protection systems the Helijector is available in three sizes to match constant flow rates of 900 1800 and 2700 litres minute at 7 bar and is particularly suitable for use with the Angus Oscillating Monitor The unit is also ideal for use with any other fixed foam system with a known constant flow where very low maintenance is a priority The Angus Helijector requires no external power source other than the fire main water and operates immediately the water inlet valve is opened after pump start up The initial foam supply gives a running time at 7 bar of between 10 minutes and 30 minutes see OPERATING DATA but the atmospheric foam storage tank can be replenished during use to allow continuous operation The Helijector is designed to provide a fixed percentage foam concentrate injection 1 into a monitor or similar foam system with a constant foam solution demand of 900 1800 or 2700 litres minute at 7 bar inlet pressure or 3 for a 900 litres minute system operating at 7 bar g A small amount of mains water is used to drive a pelton wheel turbine

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