Experts with extensive experience in combating E-fires have conducted live tests and examined best practices to devise an optimal strategy for EV fire containment. The result of this extensive research and development is the Fire Isolator concept, created by T-ISS. Key features of this system include:
High-Temperature Resistant Fire Blanket: A crucial tool for containing and isolating the fire's source.
Water Mist Lance: A precise and controlled method for cooling and suppressing flames.
Aerosol Units: These interrupt chemical chain reactions within the flames while replacing oxygen, effectively stifling the fire.
Training: Equipping personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to respond effectively to EV fires.
Thermal Imaging Camera: An essential tool for monitoring the fire's temperature and progress.
Straighten the far ends of the pins and pull the pin out. You will now hear a click. The unit is now activated and will start producing aerosol after a 8 second delay.
Within 25 seconds, the unit will be discharged. The hold time (the time before re-ignition) depends on the leakage and the amount of gr/m3 that is inserted. The average hold time is 30 minutes. The smaller the volume (in M3) of the space, the longer the hold time will be. Keep a safe distance.
Close off the space with the blanket after deployment.