Document Archiving Fire Risks
The most important asset of a document archiving business is the hard earned trust of its customers. It is imperative that any facility housing important documents be protected from catastrophic losses, which would be followed by loss of trust. Yet, operators are still deploying water systems into their storage rooms and simply hoping to never have to douse all those important papers with water. We think there is a better way.
High concentration of flammable materials due to the storage of paper and cardboard in a restricted space.
Very fast propagation of fire once its starts as a result of the close proximity of archived documents in a single space.
Any amount of smoke or soot can be damaging to important documents.
Traditional water systems will end up causing as much damage to paper documents as the fire and smoke.
Potential for financial loss could be astronomical.
Document Archiving Fire Prevention Solution
Gas-tight envelope in your document rooms gives you the ability to control the atmospheric composition throughout the facility, and prevent any toxic smoke or combustion gases from escaping out of, or infiltrating and damaging your documents.
Low oxygen environment where combustion is not even possible, preventing the ignition and spread of any fire.
Fire Protection conditions are always on, 24/7/365. Do not wait until a fire starts! Your documents are continuously protected.
Our system not only controls the oxygen levels, but also the humidity and any aggressive compounds that could be harmful to documents.
Prevent the long-term degradation of your paper documents by halting the oxidization process.
Hypoxic air is hostile towards pests and bugs that may feast on your sensitive documents.
Completely safe for humans who are able to work inside protected areas with no adverse effects.
Controlled atmosphere air is clean, pollutant-free and devoid of any harmful agents.
Prevent millions in losses for your business.
We are ready to lead you into the future of life and safety systems. Replace conventional passive fire suppression with active always on fire prevention