Fire Suppression System Types


Battery Energy Storage Systems

Power generation and energy storage fires can be very costly, potentially resulting in a total write-off of the facility. Fires happen quickly and may spread fast, destroying critical company assets. Passive fire protection may lower risk but ignition sources and fuel supplies remain.


Biogas/Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic digestion is the simple, natural breakdown of organic matter. At the end of the process there remains a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide gases (biogas), water and some organic material (digestate).



About three-quarters of the world’s renewable energy use involves bioenergy, with more than half of that consisting of traditional biomass use. Traditional use refers to the combustion of biomass in such forms as wood, animal waste and traditional charcoal.



Municipal Solid Waste (everyday rubbish from households or businesses) that would otherwise be buried in landfill is sent to a waste-to-energy plant where it is sorted and then typically incinerated to produce electricity via steam turbines.


Wind Turbines

Stat-X has been installed in hundreds of wind turbines around the world. The nacelle sits on top of the tower and contains the gear box, low and high-speed shafts, generator, controller, and brakes.