Novec 1230 Industry Solutions
Recognizing the potential of Novec 1230 fluid to revolutionize clean agent fire protection, Gielle’s mission is to develop and commercialize equipment and systems optimized for the properties of Novec 1230 fluid.
A small fire in critical facilities with sophisticated electronics can result in catastrophic loss by interrupting vital operations and damaging high-value equipment. In these situations, it’s important that fires be extinguished quickly and without damaging what’s being protected ― and that is where our fire protection systems can help.
The expertise and experience of Gielle marine services within the oil & gas/marine industry is unparalleled and we remain at the forefront in this highly specialised area. We recognise the cost and complexity of this industry and have an extensive track record in the protection of Offshore Platforms, FPSOs and Offshore Support Vessels for a wide range of offshore operators.
And now Gielle is proud to announce the introduction of the next generation in Clean Agent fire suppression systems utilizing Novec 1230 Fire Protection Fluid – an agent that volatizes readily to provide rapid fire suppression for occupied spaces, while achieving an excellent environmental profile.
Novec 1230 Fire Protection Fluid is an advanced clean agent halon replacement used in a variety of offshore and land-based oil and gas operations – such as control rooms and communications centers – where maintaining continuity of operations is a vital concern. It offers a proven capability to knock down fires quickly, before they have a chance to disrupt production or spread to Class B hazards, such as gasoline, oil and oil-based paints.
Even a small fire in critical facilities such as data processing centers, airport control towers, clean rooms, laboratories and computer-controlled manufacturing operations can result in catastrophic loss by interrupting vital operations and damaging high-value equipment.
In these situations, it’s important that fires be knocked down quickly – before they have a chance to spread – and that sensitive electronics and other equipment not be damaged in the process of putting out the fire.