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Lancaster University

Nobel Fire Systems has installed an Argon-Nitrogen Inert Gas (IG-55) fire suppression clean agent system to protect five different communications and I.T. rooms at Lancaster University.

The Nobel system was sized to meet the requirements of five server rooms across the university campus.

While the focus of fire safety is usually one of quickly limiting the amount of damage and loss of data a fire can cause, sometimes that’s just not enough. Critical facilities such as server rooms require an even higher level of fire protection.

That’s why after taking into consideration the potential effect on the environment, the specific type of fire risk, all physical constraints, building structure and location, together with practicality issues and economic considerations, Nobel Fire Systems designed and installed a gaseous fire suppression system that actively covers all risks within the main server room.