Every facility has different needs when it comes to fire suppression. The size of the facility, the hazard area to be protected, the authority having jurisdiction, and the assets being protected all play a big role in deciding what fire suppression system to use.
A Foam Suppression System is water based with an added extinguishing agent. It can be used where flammable or combustible liquids are used, processed, manufactured or stored, and for vapor mitigation.

Foam suppression system main equipment are as below

Foam Bladder Tank

Material: Carbon Steel/ Stainless Steel
Finish: Red
Capacity: Vertical :25 -1500 Gallons
Horizontal Type: 100 - 3000 Gallons

Foam Concentrates

1% foam concentrates
3% foam concentrates
6% foam concentrates
20, 220 liter blue container

Fire Monitors

Type: Fixed, Portable and
Operation: Single Wheel, Double Wheel
Lever and Electric

Foam Generator

Inlet: 2½” NH Female
(BS336 Optional)
Foam expansion ratio:
700 times

Inline Foam Inductor

Finishing: Red Epoxy Coated OR
Natural Finish
Connection flange: ANSI B16.5
Class 150#

Air Foam Water Sprinkler

End connection: ½” BSPT
(½” NPT optional)

Air Foam Nozzle

1½” NH female
swivel inlet base.
Contoured pistol
grip and ball valve.

Air Foam Chamber

Finishing: Red Epoxy Coated
OR Natural Finish.
Connection flange:
ANSI B16.5 Class.

Foam Eductor

1½” or 2½” swivel inlet male.
8 quick-change handle positions
with a swing-out valve handle.
Red Colored.

Ratio Controller

Test pressure: 25 bar
Finishing: Red epoxy coated
Connection Flange:
ANSI B16.5 Class 150#

Foam Branch pipe

Working pressure: 5 bar.
Expansion rate: 15 (low)
to 50 (high).
Discharge: 200 LPM.

Hydraulic Concentrate

Rated pressure: 200 psi.
End connection: Flanged end to
ANSI B 16.5 Class 150#.
Colored: Red