Firetrace protects engines, battery compartments, electrical panels, and electrical rooms on equipment such as:
Leaks in fuel lines or hydraulic hoses can cause fuel or hydraulic oil to spill, evaporate, and spread throughout the compartment. Once in contact with hot components, the fuel or oil can ignite - filling the whole compartment with fire. Our systems protect these areas using linear pneumatic detection which triggers the release of dry chemical within the compartment to suppress the fire.Learn More
Faults in panels within the crane's electrical room can quickly start a fire. A fire in an unprotected panel can destroy the panel and spread throughout the electrical room. Our systems protect the panels with pneumatic heat detection tubing which bursts at the source of the fire, releasing the clean agent to suppress the fire. Clean agent will not damage equipment and is safe for the operator and the environment.Learn More
Overcurrent can cause components and wiring to burn or lead to arc flash within the crane's electrical room. In these cases, the spread of fire can be catastrophic, destroying the room and possibly the crane. Protect these electrical rooms with a total flood system using a clean agent which does not damage equipment and is safe for operators and the environment.Learn More
Container handling equipment fires happen frequently and are difficult to predict. In this report, we provide a comprehensive guide on how to protect ports. We examine three fire risks in container handling equipment, what areas to protect specifically, and how to manage fire risk.Learn More
Container handling equipment is a major contributor to fire at container yards, as revealed in a claims analysis by TT Club, a leading insurance provider to the international transport and logistics industry. We uncover significant causes of fire damage to mobile yard equipment.Learn More
Industrial electrical fires cause tens of millions of dollars in damage every year. In this report, we discuss three effective methods such as FlexRope, Pre-Engineered Systems, and Engineered Systems to protect electrical cabinets and panels.Learn More
Firetrace systems detect fires with flexible tubing that can be placed throughout the equipment, providing instant detection at the source of a fire, with no power required.
Firetrace systems are self-monitoring. Have peace of mind knowing the readiness of your fire detection and suppression system at all times.
Firetrace systems automatically suppress fires in seconds. They are also configured with a manual release.
Using pressure switches with the pneumatic detection tubing, Firetrace systems can trigger the shutdown of an engine or power as soon as fire is detected.