Facts about
Fire fighting Gases

Argon is not a typical fire extinguishing agent, but works like CO2, by displacing the atmospheric oxygen. The extinguishing effect here is purely physical in nature, namely the suffocating effect which occurs when oxygen is reduced below the specific level required for combustion of a specific material. “CO2” has always been a particularly well-proven, efficient and approved solution and is at present a pragmatic alternative when converting from Halon systems and also for first time installations in such typical risk areas.

Gas banks of mixture consisting of Argon=40%, Nitrogen=52% and Carbon Dioxide=8% and a separate mixture consisting of Argon=50% and Nitrogen=50% is filled at 200-300 Bars.
Fire fighting in mines and coal fields