ExGo provides a simple, dependable solution to complex fire protection problems in high-risk sites. The gas suppression system works by reducing oxygen content to extinguish a fire, avoiding expensive water damage.
Combining precision engineering with flexible design options and ease of use, ExGo is compatible with a range of detection devices to meet the needs of your site.
The gas suppression system can be used standalone or has a number of on-board programmable inputs and outputs for interfacing with fire systems or third-party building management systems.
ExGo is suitable for almost all single-flooding area applications. The range includes repeaters so that system status can be seen inside and outside a protected area. Among its versatile range of control options are ‘hold’ and ‘abort’ buttons that allow the gas release to be paused or cancelled as required.
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How ExGo will help you
Approved to EN 12094-1
ExGo meets the compliance requirements for gas suppression systems and their associated components alongside EN54 parts 2, 4 and 13.
Automatic/manual controls safeguard against accidental/unwanted suppressant release ensuring safety and cost-effectiveness.
Packed with functionality
ExGo offers a range of flexible options making it easy to design a system that meets the exact needs of each site. These include repeaters and ‘hold’ and ‘abort’ buttons that allow gas release to be paused or cancelled.
The ExGo ExtractionTool software works with the panel to make the management of configuration, control data and event logs simple and efficient.
Easy to use
ExGo is simple to install, with all of the sensitive circuits analysed and configured using the easy-to-use panel menu system – no direct adjustment of electronic components is required.
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