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For buses, a water mist-based active fire prevention system and a separate fire alarm system have been devised to keep the passenger compartment temperature below 50 degrees Celsius.
Currently, fire detection, alarm, and suppression systems are notified for fires originating from the engine compartment; however, passenger injuries are primarily caused by heat and smoke in the passenger compartment, according to fire incidents.
These casualties can be avoided if the heat and smoke in the passenger compartment are managed via thermal management during fire occurrences, giving occupants more time to evacuate.
The Global Bus Fire Protection System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
While Reacton’s product line for On-Road vehicle automatic fire suppression is not restricted to Dry Powder, it is the tried and true solution for engine fire suppression.
Due to its rapid fire knockdown skills and ability to fight hidden fires that other media may not be able to reach, dry powder or dry chemical is an excellent automated fire suppression agent.
FUREX 770 ABC Dry Powder, a Mono Ammonium Phosphate, is used in the Reacton® CTX IndirectTM fire suppression system (NH4H2PO4). Reacton® chose a high-grade ABC Dry Powder version with a high Mono Ammonium Phosphate (MAP) content and silicone coating for water repellency and fluidized flow qualities. It’s stable at both extremes of temperature, making it suitable for vehicle fire suppression.
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