DuPont showcases fire solutions at Intersec
Dubai, January 15, 2012
DuPont, a leading innovation and market-driven science company, is showcasing its range of clean agent fire suppressants a major exhibition in Dubai.
The 14th edition of Intersec, the security, fire and rescue and safety and health expo, opened today at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The event, which will run till from January 17, provides an excellent platform for showcasing DuPont’s state-of-the-art solutions and promoting greater regional awareness on fire protection, the company said.
Since the 1950s DuPont has provided the technology to safely protect the world’s most important assets.
Today the DuPont FM-200 waterless fire suppressant is regarded as the world’s preferred choice when protecting assets, people and the environment and is the most widely used Halon replacement and clean agent for fire suppression, it said.
It has been deployed in Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Metro, Dusseldorf Airport and the Eiffel Tower.
“Our FM-200 systems can reach extinguishing levels in 10 seconds or less, providing the fastest, safest and least disrupting fire protection available. These are exactly the type of solutions the Middle East needs given its unique geography, growing population and dynamic business environments. We are excited to showcase our technologies and encourage improved vigilance against fire threats during Intersec,” said Neil Roberts, EMEA sales manager for fire extinguishing agents.
DuPont’s family of clean agent fire suppressants also includes FE-36, providing maximum protection for people and assets in a portable fire extinguisher. The range of DuPont FE extinguishing agents embody the commitment of the company, for more than 208 years, to the safety of people, assets and the environment, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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