We pride ourselves in offering flexible, quality-assured, approved water mist fire protection solutions to a growing list of international customers. Our services include design, plan approval, equipment supply, start-up & commissioning, international warranties and a lifetime provision of service and aftersales.
5 Grain House, Mill Court
Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire
Features: Compact and modular designed accumulator skid unit Standard issue with 50 litres nitrogen bottle and 68 litres water bottle. Robust galvanized skid-bars. Electrically controlled gas va ...
Features: Compact designed pump station with 1-3 high pressure pumps with air-driven pilot pump Each tank fitted with two 25μm liters Temperature safety drain valve and pressure regulator Test valve ...
Features: Flow: For 100 bar system up to 100 litres/min (MPU235) and up to 150 litres/min (MPU335) Electric driven piston high-pressure pump with frequency-controlled rpm on the motor with adjustable ...
On the cabinet, each pump can be started manually by turning the key switch from ”MAN/AUT” to “MAN” position and then each pump can be started individually.
Test Tool is a patented solution for Ultra Fog Nozzles to verify the function of the sprinkler system. It let You flush each nozzle to check water quality.
The open nozzle is normally open and is used in systems with intelligent activation. The water will pass through the nozzle creating small droplets as soon as the pipe to the nozzle is pressurized wit ...
The nozzle with a bulb is normally closed and is used in systems with conventional activation. In the top of the nozzle, there is a glass bulb that keeps a piston in place. The piston prevents the noz ...
As part of Ultra Fog’s ongoing commitment to invest in the research and development of water mist technology for the protection of lives and infrastructure, we are pleased to announce the successful completion of our latest round of full-scale tunnel fire tests. Further to the 30MW fire tests which were completed earlier this year, Ultra Fog has undertaken a series of 50MW and 100MW fire tests.
Water mist fire protection systems share many similarities with sprinkler systems. Both systems use water as the suppression medium, pumped through a network of pipes and zone valves, and deployed within the affected area via ceiling or wall-mounted heads. The main difference is the working pressure of each system. While sprinkler systems typically operate below 12 bar [175 psi], high-pressure water mist systems operate within the range of 35 – 120 bar [500-1740 psi].