We’ve partnered with the leader in water mist fire suppression systems to provide you the most effective way to protect your people, equipment and your business.
Be proactive. Avoid equipment loss. Call us today and get protected.
Easy to use, install and environmentally friendly
- Product contains no HAZMAT (Biodegradable non-toxic AFFF foam)
- Easy clean-up
- Safe, non-toxic to occupants (no Halon or other dangerous gases)
- Quick and easy to install at any angle in any position
- Automatic discharge with additional manual activation
Installing a Fogmaker fire suppression system from American Loggers Fire Suppression can not only save you money in lost equipment and downtime but also help to lower your overall insurance premiums.
How Does It Work?
Water mist systems from Fogmaker attack all three elements of fire: oxygen, heat, fuel. The process of wetting and cooling prevents re-flash and minimizes damage.
The Fogmaker system is easy to install and quickly detects and suppresses fires by way of thermoplastic tubing, which melts and activates the distribution system. A mist of micro water droplets is then spread within the protected area.
Attacking all three components of the fire triangle
- Heat: The water mist cools burnt gases and hot parts in the engine compartment and is 540 times more effective than water. This suppresses the fire quickly and reduces the risk of re-ignition.
- Oxygen: Water evaporates quickly upon contact with heat and increases the water content of the air. Coupled with an AFFF foam agent, new sources of oxygen are prevented from reaching the fire.
- Fuel: The water mist also includes an addition of foam that blankets the fuel on flammable oil products to prevent restarts.
Which is the better choice: Water Mist vs. Powder Systems
- The American Loggers Fire Suppression equipment costs 60 percent less than a powder system
- Water mist does less damage to your equipment than powder
- Water mist systems are easier to install on skidders and other logging equipment
- There’s no power involved with water mist systems – powder systems require electricity & batteries often must be replaced