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Fire Stryker - New Generation Flame Inhibitor

fire stryker professional thFire Stryker Fire Extinguisher is a manual, portable aerosol fire extinguisher with a remarkable extinguishing capability. Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher is environmentally friendly, unlike the traditional CO2 fire extinguishers. In comparison with other fire extinguishers on the market, Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher requires no servicing, no refilling. Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher requires no checks or maintenance. Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher poses no danger from pressurized containers, which can explode or malfunction. The Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher device is a small, compact, lightweight cylinder: the upper part of the device is a metal tube containing the extinguishing charge. The lower part of the device is composed of plastic and serves as a support handle. Store the Fire Stryker Fire Extinguisher in an easily accessible place.  Point the nozzle at the base of the flames to smother the fire at its core.

The use of a potassium powder jet – a unique method among fire extinguishers – involves the vaporization of the powder in the environment followed by the condensation of its extinguishing substance. The product works by interrupting a fire’s chain of reaction (the “auto-catalyst” of the fire). The device is composed of stable, solid minerals; it does not contain gas and is not pressurized. The aerosol-like jet is only produced when the charger is stricken with its base. The produced aerosol jet is essentially an inert salt that emits gas already present in the atmosphere.

This process allows Fire Stryker to extinguish all types of fires through saturation. Its slow bio- degradation in the environment furthers the prevention of subsequent fires. The extinguishing process involves two different reactions: one is physical and
the other, chemical. The physical reaction relates to potassium’s tendency to oxidize rapidly in air. When in contact with air, alkaline salts consume great quantities of oxygen, thus depriving fires of oxygen. The chemical reaction is created through the stable link between potassium particles and the fire’s combustion particles.

Through the two reactions, a quick oxidation process takes place, immediately transforming the jet from a solid state into a gaseous state which frees the potassium particles. These atoms are able to intercept and interrupt any other free particles produced by the fire’s chain reaction combustion process. Potassium has strong inhibitor qualities, due to its weak ionization energies.

Fire Stryker:

NO Maintenance

NO Service

NO Refills

NO Residue

NON-Toxic

Environmentally Friendly

Compact, Practical, Portable

5 Year Warranty

Features

Fire Stryker potential impact on the environment and on users:

  • ODP Ozone Depletion Potential = zero
  • ATL Atmospheric Life Time = zero
  • Activation time: Immediate
  • Usability temperature: from -140o F to +320o F
  • Granulometry: from 2 to 4 microns
  • Steam: none
  • Residue after use: negligible
  • Does not produce any “organic accumulation”
  • Environmentally safe
  • The device is not pressurized
  • The device is not considered hazardous material
  • GWP Global Warming Potential = zero
  • Electric conductibility: none
  • Electrostatic discharge: none
  • Usability humidity: up to 98% U.R.
  • Corrosiveness: none
  • Thermal shock: none
  • Not dangerous to human health
  • Very Low Toxicity
  • Unlimited shelf life
  • The device does not need to be tested
  • The device does not need maintenance

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Technical Sheet for the portable Fire Stryker

MODEL DIMENSIONS JET EMISSION TIME
8B Professional Model approximately 25.9cm long x 3.3cm diameter Weight: approximately 275 grams Jet emission time: approx. 50 seconds active
13B Industrial Model approximately 32.5cm long x 3.8cm diameter; Weight: approximately 550 grams Jet emission time: approx. 100 seconds active
13B Marine Housing approximately 35cm long x 5.3cm diameter; Weight: approximately 275 grams N/A

 

Due to its fast activation and response time, Fire Stryker is suitable for use in indoor and outdoor applications such as:

  • HOMES
  • CARS
  • TRUCKS
  • OFFICES
  • RVS
  • SMALL BOATS
  • TELECOMMUNICATION AND PROCESS CONTROL ROOMS
  • CAMPSITES
  • WORKSHOPS

Fire Stryker is capable of extinguishing fires in different classes:

  • Class A: Solid material, ordinary combustibles, such as wood, paper, fabric, plastics etc.
  • Class 5B-8B-13B: Flammable liquids, such as gasoline, oil based paints, solvents, alcohol, acetone, etc.
  • Class C: Gaseous category: GLP, methane, acetylene, etc.
  • Class E: Electrical equipment fires subject to voltages up to 100.000v at a distance of 1m; Cable galleries, distribution cabinets, electronic devices
  • Class F: Fats and Oil based fires.

ESP SRL (manufacturer) existing certifications and test reports

  • ISO 9001:2008 (Standards for quality management systems)
  • Declaration of CE Conformity (Certifies that product has met EU consumer safety, health or environmental requirements.)

Product Certification:

  • RINA, Registro Italiano Navale, Italian Naval Register (Italy)
  • BAM – Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und – prüfung: Zulassungszeichen, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Germany)
  • POZHTEST certification body in GOST R system and CFS system (Russia)
  • India – Mumbai Fire Brigade (Electric Panels, Commercial, Retail, Government, Residential, Public and Private Enterprises)
  • India – Delhi Fire Services (Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Headquarters)
  • Oman – Royal Oman Police (Directorate General of Civil Defense, Department of Prevention of Fire Hazards)
  • South Africa – SAMSA – South African Marine Safety Association (Pleasure Vessels up to 100 GT)
  • Zambia – Lusaka City Council (Engineering Services Department), Lusaka Fire Brigade
  • Turkey – Turkish Standard Institute (TSE)
  • Non-explosive certificate

Technical sheet portable ESP fire stryker

Test Reports:

  • AFITI, Association for the Promotion of Fire Research and Safety Technology (Spain)
  • SABS ESP 004, South African Bureau of Standards (South Africa)
  • SABS ESP 005, South African Bureau of Standards (South Africa)
  • SABS ESP 100KV, South African Bureau of Standards (South Africa)
  • Swiss TS Technical Service AG, Safety and Environmental Technology (Switzerland)
  • Science of Materials Department of Chemical Engineering (Italy)
  • Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti, Ministry of Transportation (Italy)

Full reports available upon request

Handling/Storage Parameters

Normal attention in handling. In case of unintentional activation of the flame inhibitor, wait for the complete aerosol discharge and ventilate the area. Avoid the direct contact of the product with open flames. Store in an environment between -10°C and +50°C (+14°F and +122°F). Packaging in cardboard boxes; do not pile the boxes higher than 2 meters

Transport Classification Codes

Transport by railway (RID/ADR)

Transport by sea (MDD rule)

Transport by plane (ICAO-IATA rule) UN Identification Code number

NATO Classification Codes

ADR 4.1
4.1
Class 5.1, Packing Group III UN 3178

13-digit NATO STOCK NUMBER NSN for the ESP Fire Stryker:

Model 5B-8B NSN 4210151935049

Model 13B NSN 4210151935050

NIN – National Item Identification Number A23900 Manufacturer NCAGE number AJ344

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