Kitchen Suppression Systems

PT ANUGRAH ARTHA GEMILANG
Kitchen Suppression Systems

Kitchen Suppression Systems

The system also protects auxiliary grease extraction equipment and cooking equipment such as fryers, griddles and range tops, upright, natural charcoal, or chain-type broilers; electric, lava rock, mesquite, or gas-radiant char-broilers; and woks.

System Description

The system is capable of automatic detection and actuation as well as remote manual actuation. Additional equipment is available for building fre alarm panel connections, electrical shutdown and/or interface, and mechanical or electrical gas line
shut-off applications. The detection portion of the fre suppression system allows for automatic detection by means of specifc temperature-rated alloy
type fusible links, which separate when the temperature exceeds the rating of the link, allowing the regulated release to actuate. A system owner’s guide is available containing basic information pertaining to system operation and maintenance. A detailed technical manual, including system description, design, installation,

Component Description

WET CHEMICAL AGENT

  • The extinguishing agent is a mixture of organic salts designed for rapid flame knockdown and foam securement of grease related fres. It is available in plastic containers with instructions for wet chemical handling and usage.

Agent Tank

  • The agent tank is installed in a stainless steel enclo- sure or wall bracket. The tank is constructed of stainless steel.Tanks are available in two sizes: 1.5 gallon (5.7 L) and 3.0 gallon (11.4 L). The tanks have a working pressure of 110 psi (7.6 bar), a test pressure of 330 psi (22.8 bar), and a minimum burst pressure of 660 psi (45.5 bar). The tank includes an adaptor/tube assembly. The adaptor assembly includes a chrome-plated steel adaptor with a 1/4 in. NPT female gas inlet, a 3/8 in. NPT female agent outlet, and a stainless steel agent pick-up tube. The adaptor also contains a bursting disc seal which helps to prevent the siphoning of agent up the pipe during extreme temperature variations. Regulated Release Mechanism, ETC