Fire System Services takes its responsibility with climate justice seriously.
Investing our energy, time, and financial resources to develop new technologies on how we manage our C02 Footprint.
In the past, the fire safety industry has been a polluter with regard to Co2 discharges. Dispelling thousands of kilos of C02 into the atmosphere to test C02 fire cylinders and suppression cylinders.
Fire System Services knew things would need to be rethought if we are going to make a change in this area. We now are developing methodologies and technology on how we harvest C02 discharges, The focus is to reduce C02 discharges and work towards eliminating C02 discharge to the atmosphere.
This methodology is a win for the environment, a win for the company as it’s not needing to purchase volumes of C02.
The C02 that we are starting to harvest is able to be reused in fire-fighting cylinders.
With our methodology in harvesting ammonium phosphate powders, we are able to capture the dry chemical powders, retests the fire extinguishers then re-atomise the ammonium phosphate then reapply into the fire extinguishers.
This allows us to minimise our carbon footprint in waste fill.
This also allows our customers to help reduce their carbon footprint when it comes to conducting their 5 yearly tests for their dry powder fire fighting extinguishers.
The company is looking at new methodologies is harvesting clean agent gases such as FM200, Halotron, Novec.
Capturing, cleaning, and reusing such agents will greatly assist such industries as the aviation industry.
Our up-and-coming methodologies will greatly assist various aviation companies plus our Australian Defence Aviation fleet to reduce their carbon footprint with agent capture.
Aircraft predominately use vaporising liquid firefighting cylinders for engine fire bottles and in-cabin fire extinguishers for aircrew.