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DATA SHEET HFC-227EA CLEAN AGENT DESCRIPTION

APPROVALS: • UL Listed • ULC Listed • FM Approved

HFC-227ea provides superior fire protection in a wide range of applications from sensitive electrical equipment to industrial applications using flammable liquids. HFC-227ea is ideal for applications where clean-up of other media presents a problem, where weight versus suppression potential is a factor, where an electrically non-conductive medium is needed and where people compatibility is an overriding factor. When environmental impact is a consideration, HFC-227ea is particularly useful. It has zero ozonedepleting potential, low global warming potential and a short atmospheric lifetime. These characteristics make it suitable not only for new installations using Fike’s total flooding systems, but also for Halon 1301 replacement applications. HFC-227ea is an odorless, colorless, liquefied compressed gas. (See Physical Properties Table for additional information). It is stored as a liquid and dispensed into the hazard as a colorless, electrically non-conductive vapor that is clear and does not obscure vision. It leaves no residue and has acceptable toxicity for use in occupied spaces at design concentration. HFC-227ea extinguishes a fire by a combination of chemical and physical mechanisms. HFC-227ea does not displace oxygen and therefore is safe for use in occupied spaces without fear of oxygen deprivation.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS • • • • • • •

Colorless, odorless, liquefied compressed gas Stored as a liquid Electrically non-conductive Discharges as a gaseous vapor (due to its relatively low boiling point) Zero ozone depleting potential Low global warming potential Included on the U.S. EPA Significant New Alternative Policy (SNAP) rules

EXTINGUISHING METHOD - HFC-227ea HFC-227ea extinguishes a fire primarily through Heat Absorption that occurs as the agent changes from a liquid to a vapor during discharge. In addition, HFC-227ea also disrupts the combustion reaction which aids in the extinguishment of a fire. It is important to note, HFC-227ea does not use the depletion of oxygen to extinguish a fire.

USE AND LIMITATIONS - HFC-227ea HFC-227ea system shall be used on the following Class of Hazards: Class A & C: Electrical and Electronic Hazards Telecommunications Facilities High value assets, where the associated down-time would be costly Class B: Flammable liquids and gases HFC-227ea systems shall “NOT” be used on fires involving the following materials: Chemicals or mixtures of chemicals that are capable of rapid oxidation in the absence of air. (Examples include: Cellulose Nitrate and Gunpowder) Reactive metals such as Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Titanium, Zirconium, Uranium, and Plutonium Metal hydrides such as Sodium Hydride and Lithium Aluminum Hydride Chemicals capable of undergoing auto-thermal decomposition. (Examples: Organic Peroxides and Hydrazine)

Form No. IV.1.02.01-2 704 SW 10th Street  P.O. Box 610  Blue Springs, Missouri 64013-0610 U.S.A. Phone: 8162293405  www.fike.com

EXPOSURE LIMITATIONS Hazard Type

Design Concentration

Maximum Human Expose Time

Normally Occupied Space

6.25% to 10.5%

5 minutes

Normally Un-Occupied Space

11.0% to 12.0%

30 seconds

Note: Fike does not recommend HFC-227ea systems to be used in any normally occupied spaces where the design concentration rquired is above 10.5% Warning: The discharge of clean agent systems to extinguish a fire can result in potential hazard to personnel from the natural form of the clean agent or from the products of combustion that result from exposure of the agent to the fire or hot surfaces. Unnecessary exposure of personnel either to the natural agent or to the products of decomposition shall be avoided.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Chemical Name/Formula

Heptafluoropropane / CF3CHFCF3

ASHRAE Designation

HFC-227ea

CAS Number

431-89-0

Molecular Weight

170.03

Vapor Density @ 25°C (77°F) and atm, kg/m3 (lb/ft3)

7.148 (0.4462)

Boiling Point, 1 atm, °C (°F)

-16.4 (2.5)

Melting Point, °C (°F)

-131 (-204)

Critical Temperature, °C (°F)

101.6 (214.9)

Critical Pressure, kPa (psia)

2930 (424.7)

Critical Density, kg/m (lb/ft )

621 (38.77)

Liquid Density @ 25°C (77°F), kg/m3 (lb/ft3)

1386 (86.53)

Vapor Density @ 25°C (77°F) and 1 atm, kg/m3 (lb/ft3)

7.148 (0.4462)

Specific Heat, Liquid (Cp) @ 25°C (77°F), kJ/Kg- °C (Btu/lb°F)

1.247 (0.2979)

Specific Heat, Vapor (Cp) @ 25°C (77°F) kJ/Kg- °C (Btu/lb°F) and 1 ATM

0.8136 (0.1945)

Vapor Pressure, Saturated @ 25°C (77°F), kPa (psia)

453.3 (65.7)

Heat of Vaporization @ Boiling Point kJ/Kg (Btu/lb)

132.6 (56.7)

Thermal Conductivity, Liquid @ 25°C (77°F), W/m- °C (Btu/hr-ft°F)

0.0533 (0.0308)

Thermal Conductivity, Vapor @ 25°C (77°F), W/m- °C (Btu/hr-ft°F)

0.0127 (0.0073)

Viscosity, Liquid @ 25°C (77°F), cP (lb/ft-hr)

0.2442 (0.5907)

Relative Dielectirc Strength @ 1 atm, 25°C (N2=1)

2.00

Solubility of Water in HFC-227ea @ 20°C (68°F), ppm

600

Ozone Depletion Potential

0.0

Global Warming Potential (based on a 100-yr ITH for CO2, GWP = 1)

2900

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Copyright © Fike Corporation All Rights Reserved. Form No. IV.1.02.01-2, August 2012. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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DATA SHEET AGENT STORAGE CONTAINERS WITH HFC-227EA DESCRIPTION Fike Clean Agent Containers are used in fire extinguishing systems to store the Clean Agent until a fire develops and the agent must be released. The Clean Agent is retained in the container by a Impulse Valve assembly which contains a fast-acting rupture disc. The disc will be ruptured, and the Clean Agent released, through the operation of an actuator by an electric signal that is automatically, manually or pneumatically controlled. Fike Clean Agent Containers have passed extensive testing by Factory Mutual and Underwriters Laboratory and are used in installations where 3 to 1045 pounds (2.0 to 474 kg) of HFC-227ea agent is required. Clean Agent containers can be filled in 1 pound (0.5 kg) increments to their maximum capacity.

SPECIFICATIONS Fill Range: Fill Increments: Container Super - Pressurization Level: Container Storage Temperature Limitation:

40 to 70 lbs/ft3 (630 to 1121 kg/m3) 1.0 lbs (0.5 kg) 360 psig at 70°F (24.8 bar at 21°C) after filling with dry nitrogen 32°F (0°C) - minimum, 130°F (54.4°C) - maximum

Note: If container temperatures exceeding 130°F (54.4°C), valve will open automatically, this also fulfills the pressure relief valve requirements in accordance with DOT regulations.

Container Construction: Paint Options: Container Ratings: Actuation Methods:

Carbon Steel Alloys Baked enamel finish white (default) or red DOT 4BW500 TC 4BWM534 Electric/Pneumatic/Manual

APPROVALS: • UL Listed • ULC Listed • FM Approved

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CONTAINER DATA/SPECIFICATIONS Container Size Lb. (L)

P/N

Fill range

Valve Size

Minimum

Maximum

lbs. (kg)

lbs. (kg)

IN (mm)

5 (2.5)

1 (25)

Tare Weight

Dimensions (approximate)

Mounting Position

Diameter

Height

lbs. (kg)

IN (mm)

IN (mm)

11 (5.0)

4.2 (102)

16.2 (411.5)

Upright (Valve Up)

5 (2)

70-272

3 (2.0)

10 (4)

70-273

6 (3.0)

10 (4.5)

1 (25)

15 (6.8)

4.2 (102)

27.24 (691.9)

Upright (Valve Up)

20 (8.5)

70-263

12 (5.5)

21 (9.5)

1 (25)

22 (10.0)

7.0 (178)

22.50 (571.5)

Upright Horizontal

35 (15)

70-264

22 (10.0)

38 (17.0)

1 (25)

32.5 (14.7)

7.0 (178)

33.75 (857.3)

Upright Horizontal

60 (27)

70-265

39 (18.0)

68 (30.5)

1 (25)

52.5 (23.8)

10.75 (273)

28.13 (714.4)

Upright Horizontal

100 (44)

70-266

63 (28.5)

108 (49.0)

1 (25)

77 (34.9)

10.75 (273)

39.63 (1006.5)

Upright (Valve Up)

150/150i (61)

70-267

87 (39.5)

150 (68.0)

3 (80)

118/114 (53.5/51.7)

20.0 (508)

24.25 (616.0)

Upright/Inverted

215 (88)

70-268

124 (56.5)

216 (98.0)

3 (80)

146 (66.2)

20.0 (508)

30.13 (765.2)

Upright (Valve Up)

375 (153)

70-269

217 (98.5)

378 (171.5)

3 (80)

213 (96.6)

20.0 (508)

43.38 (1101.7)

Upright (Valve Up)

650 (267)

70-270

378 (171.5)

660 (299.0)

3 (80)

373 (169.2)

24.0 (610)

50.50 (1282.7)

Upright (Valve Up)

1000 (423)

70-271

598 (271.5)

1045 (474.0)

3 (80)

535 (242.7)

24.0 (610)

71.88 (1825.6)

Upright (Valve Up)

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ITEMS SUPPLIED WITH CONTAINER ASSEMBLY Item Number

Description

Data Sheet

1

Victaulic Coupling & Nipple

IV.1.19.01

2

Impulse Valve

IV.1.14.01

3

Pressure Gauge

IV.1.13.01

4

Liquid Level Indicator (LLi)

C.1.40.01

5

LLi Boss (see note 1)

n/a

6

Nameplate (see note 2)

n/a

7

Siphone Tube (see note 3)

n/a

8

Mounting Straps & Brackets

IV.1.18.01

Notes: 1) 100 thru 1000 lb. (44 thru 423 L) containers are equipped with a LLi Boss. 2) Fike nameplate provides the information that is specific to each container: Assembly and serial number of the container, weight information: tare, gross and agent and installation, operation and safety information. All containers filled either by the factory or by an Approved Initial Fill Station are provided with a name plate bearing the UL & FM markings. 3) Fike Clean Agent containers [except the 150i (Inverted)] are equipped with a siphon tube. The 20, 35 & 60 lb. containers have bent siphon tubes and the 5, 10 and 100 – 1000 lb. containers have straight siphon tubes. All containers with siphon tubes can be mounted upright. The 20, 35 & 60 lb containers can also be mounted horizontally. The 150 container can only be mounted upright and the 150i can only be mounted inverted.

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OPTIONAL ITEMS FOR CONTAINER The following container accessory items must be ordered separately.

ACTUATION COMPONENTS • Electric / Manual Actuation – Impulse Valve Operator (IVO) (For detailed information, refer to the IVO Data Sheet IV.1.09.01)

• Pneumatic Actuation – Impulse Valve Pneumatic Operator (IVPO) (For detailed information, refer to the IVPO Data Sheet IV.1.10.01)

ACTUATION METHODS Clean Agent containers with an Impulse Valve can be actuated by the following methods: • Method 1 – Electric Actuation – Single Container System w/ IVO & IRM • Method 2 – Electric Actuation – Multi-Containers System w / IVO & IRM • Method 3 – Electric & Pneumatic Actuation – Two Container System w/ IVO & IVPO • Method 4 – Electric & Pneumatic Actuation – Multi Container System w/ IVO & IVPO For detailed information on actuation methods, refer to the Impulse Valve Operator (IVO) data sheet IV.1.09.01. These devices provide the force required to extend a pin that will open the rupture disc, allowing the agent to be released from the container.

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LOW PRESSURE SWITCH The Low Pressure Switch provides a means to continuously monitoring the container pressure for a low-pressure condition. If the pressure inside the container drops below 288 psig (1986 kPa), the switch contacts will transfer and invoke a “trouble” indication on the control panel. The Low Pressure Switch (P/N 02-12533) has a single pole, double-throw switch that can be wired for normally open or normally closed. For detailed information, refer to the Low Pressure Switch Data Sheet IV.1.13.01.

INSTALLATION The system installation must comply with the requirements of this manual; NFPA 2001, latest edition; all applicable local codes, regulations, and standards and the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). Warning: DO NOT start system installation until the final design of the total system has been verified using Fike’s Engineered Flow Calculation. Warning: The Actuator shall always be the last component installed on a Fike Clean Agent Fire Suppression system to avoid accidental discharge.

Factors to Consider - Container Location Mounting Surface: Environmental Effects:

Temperature Range: Serviceability: Floor Space:

Floor Loading:

Container brackets must be mounted securely to solid load-bearing surfaces that will support the container load. Some installations may require additional mounting support not supplied by Fike. Container(s) should be located in clean, dry, and relatively vibration-free areas. Avoid aisle ways and other high traffic areas where physical damage or tampering is more likely. Container(s) should never be mounted where the container could potentially be splashed with, or submerged in any liquid. Do not locate containers where they would be subject to physical damage, exposure to corrosive chemicals, or harsh weather conditions. Container locations must be between 32 to 130°F (0 to 54.4°C). Temperatures outside of this range may result in the system not supplying the desired quantity of agent or accidental discharge. In general, the larger the container, the more difficult it will be to remove it from the system for maintenance and service. However, smaller containers that are located in a sub-floor space, under a computer bank, or above the ceiling over the same computer bank can be difficult as well. Consideration should be given to the space available to install the container(s). For example, a 900 lb. (408 kg) system could be stored in (2) 650 lb. (267 L) containers located on the floor. However, if floor space is a problem, the system could be designed to utilize (6) 150i lb. (61 L) Inverted Containers mounted on the wall(s). Floor loading must be considered when selecting a container location. The floor must be able to support the total weight of the Fike container(s) as they are moved into position. Consult raised floor manufacturer for floor loading limitation. The following guidelines are recommended: • Raised floor loading is a function of the manufacturer’s load specification and the positioning of the container(s) on the raised floor grid. Note: Fike cannot assume responsibility for determining the suitability of a particular raised floor system; the following does provide information to help determine installation requirements.

• When clean agent containers are located on a raised floor, floor integrity must be considered to determine if the type of tile and vertical floor support can handle the increased load. If necessary additional floor supports can be added. Option: To help distribute the container weight over a greater area, a ¼” steel plate can be placed under the container(s), sized to span multiple floor supports. If container spans multiple floor tiles, add additional floor supports (Minimum of 4 floor supports, 1 per corner, must be used). Excessive floor loading may require relocating the container(s) to a more suitable location. For floor loading information refer to the table on page 6 or to Fike’s ECARO-25 Flow Calculation program for container size and actual fill weight being supplied.

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Container Floor Area ft2 (m2)

Container Floor Loading lbs/ft2 (kg/m2)

Container Floor Area w/ Plate 1/4: x 2’ x 2’ plate (6.4mm x 0.6m x 0.6m plate) ft2 (m2)

1386 (628)

3.14 (0.29)

508 (2493)

4.0 (0.36)

404 (2037)

913 (41)

3.14 (0.29)

333 (1636)

4.0 (0.36)

267 (1467)

375 (153)

527 (239)

2.18 (0.20)

277 (1368)

4.0 (0.36)

156 (788)

215 (88)

328 (148)

2.18 (0.20)

170 (840)

4.0 (0.36)

98 (495)

150 (61)

283 (128)

2.18 (0.20)

138 (680)

4.0 (0.36)

81 (406)

100 (44)

164 (74)

0.63 (0.06)

294 (1400)

4.0 (0.36)

52 (262)

60 (27)

106 (48)

0.63 (0.06)

190 (908)

4.0 (0.36)

36 (180)

35 (15)

51 (23)

0.27 (0.03)

256 (115)

4.0 (0.36)

23 (114)

20 (8.5)

37 (17)

0.27 (0.03)

156 (72)

4.0 (0.36)

16 (83)

10 (4)

23 (11)

0.10 (0.009)

250 (1278)

4.0 (0.36)

12 (60)

5 (2)

15 (7)

0.10 (0.009)

160 (833)

4.0 (0.36)

10 (49)

Container Size lb. (L)

Total Container Weight lbs. (kg) see note 1

1000 (423) 650 (267)

Container w/ Plate Floor Loading lbs/ft2 (kg/m2) see note 2

Notes: 1) Total container weight is based on container tare weight + maximum fill weight 2) Total container weight + 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg) added for 1/4” x 2’ x 2’ (6.4mm x 0.6m x 0.6m) plate used to calculate container with plate floor loading

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RECHARGE ITEMS – 1 IN (25) & 3 IN (80) VALVE (Must Order Separate) After a system has been discharged, the following items must be replaced before a container can be recharged. For a detailed procedure on recharging a Fike container w/ an Impulse Valve refer to Fike’s Recharge Manual (p/n 06-290).

Item

Description

1 IN (25mm) Recharge Kit (P/N 85-047) includes the following:

3 IN (80mm) Recharge Kit (P/N 85-048 includes the following:

Part Number

Part Number

1

Friction Ring

70-2060

70-2063

2

Disc Assembly

70-247

70-248

3

O-Ring

02-11987

02-11989

4

Valve Core-Fill Port (not shown)

02-4161

02-4161

5

Reconditioning Instructions (not shown)

06-567

Note: 1 IN Recharge Kit is used on 5, 10, 20, 35, 60 & 100 lb. (2, 4, 8, 15, 27 & 44 L) containers 3 IN Recharge Kit is used on 150, 150i, 215, 375, 650 & 1000 lb. (61, 61i, 88, 153, 267 & 423 L) containers

Copyright © Fike Corporation All Rights Reserved. Form No. IV.1.01.01-4, February 2012. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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APPLICATION PROFILE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS STORAGE FACILITIES INDUSTRIES SERVED • Automobile Manufacturing • Industrial Plants • Process Plants • Refineries/Chemical Plants • Marine/Off-shore

INTRODUCTION Flammable liquid storage facilities are in many industrial and chemical plants as well as production facilities that use flammable liquids in various processes. These facilities store the flammable liquids used in processes such as painting, lubrication, fuel, and oil in areas called “Flammable Liquid Storage Areas”. These areas are segregated due to the special and careful handling required when using the flammable liquid.

THE PROBLEM: RAPID FIRE GROWTH Because of their critical nature, the potential fire problem in a flammable liquid storage facility gets special attention. Sprinkler systems provide good back-up protection, but if a fire should occur, it must be quickly suppressed before there is a major interruption in production or severe damage to the facility. The quantity of flammable liquid alone can contribute to fires that can destroy an entire facility. Flammable liquid fires grow very rapidly because they burn the vapors of the fuel on fire creating a tremendous amount of heat. This promotes involvement of other flammable liquids stored in the hazard, which can happen instantaneously.

FM-200 System Protecting a Flammable Liquid Storage Facility

THE SOLUTION: DUPONT™ FM-200® If the desire for the facility is to minimize clean-up, ensure a safe fire suppressant agent for employees, and suppress the fire quickly, then a Fike FM-200 system provides all the necessary components of the fire suppression system. Because FM-200 discharges as a gas, it extinguishes a fire without spreading the liquid. It also does not require provision for drainage and containment of liquids. If the flammable liquid storage room is occupied, you do not have to worry that a system discharge could result in a fatality. At normal design concentrations, FM-200 is safe to use in occupied spaces. In a flammable liquid fire it is important to detect and suppress the fire quickly which makes FM-200, along with the 10 second discharge time, a good choice for protection of flammable liquids. In a fire suppression system, FM-200 is stored as a liquid in FM-200 storage containers. When called upon by an approved control panel, the FM-200 will flow through the length of piping required and will immediately change from a liquid to a vapor as it is released through the discharge nozzle. To provide proper fire protection for a flammable liquid storage facility, it is imperative that a well-designed, fast response, and trouble free automatic fire detection system be installed. In many cases vapor or flame detection will be used. Advise should be sought when designing the detection system due to the amount of detectors available and the conditions in which they operate. The example on the next page walks through a flammable liquid storage facility designed with a Fike FM-200 system.

EXAMPLE SYSTEM This example walks through the design for a fire detection and suppression system in a Flammable liquid storage facility.This room contains barrels of diesel fuel, gasoline, and has storage cabinets with various fuels and amounts of flammable liquid. The room being protected is 20’ X 20’ in dimension with a 10 foot ceiling. The first step is to determine the quantity of FM-200 required to protect the hazard. The quantity of FM-200 required is dependent on the fuels being protected. In order to determine the FM-200 concentration required, an evaluation of the flammable liquids present must be performed. Once all of the fuels have been identified, the required FM-200 concentration is determined by choosing the fuel with the highest design concentration required. The design concentration for each fuel is determined by performing a cup burner test as described in NFPA 2001, Appendix B. A 30% safety factor is then added to the cup burner concentration, which is the design concentration for that fuel. Contact Fike for design concentrations of particular flammable liquids. For this example, gasoline requires the highest concentration of FM-200 at 7.5% design concentration at the minimum expected room temperature of 50°F. Using the formula: W = V/S (C/(100-C)) Where: W = weight of FM-200 V = volume of the hazard protected (4000 ft3 for this example) S = Specific vapor volume of HFC-227ea = 1.885 + .0045(T) where T = temp in °F S = 2.11 ft3/lb. when T = 50°F C = FM-200 concentration (7.5%) Solving for W, this hazard requires 154 pounds of FM-200.

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This hazard will be protected using a pre-engineered FM-200 system approach with two 180° nozzles. I have used the pre-engineered approach because I am protecting a single hazard with a single cylinder and I wanted to save engineering time doing the system design. There are benefits of designing the system engineered over pre-engineered and they are described in the FM-200 Design Guide. The next step in designing the system is to layout the system nozzles in the protected space. As mentioned before the room requires 154 pounds of FM-200 to protect the hazard. I have decided to use two 180 degree nozzles mounted on the same wall to protect this space. I have used 180 degree nozzles to minimize the amount of piping required and to keep the piping away from air-handling units and other equipment in the center of the room. A diagram of the container and piping isometric is shown for your reference. The next step is to lay out the detection and control system for this facility. As mentioned before, Flame detectors will be used for detection in this facility. The reason for choosing Flame detectors is that they are good at picking up small, flaming fires that develop rapidly. I am not going to discuss detector spacing of the Flame detectors due to the wide range of products available and protection objectives of the system. Fike always recommends that UL Listed and/or FM Approved detectors be used. Consult the detector manufacturer and Fike for detector spacing limitations. The Fike SHP PRO conventional control system will be used to provide reliable detection. A layout of the control panel with accessories is shown on the hazard layout. An equipment list for this hazard is shown for your reference on the next page.

EQUIPMENT LIST Below is an equipment list for the FM-200 system installed in the flammable liquid stroage room on the diagram above. FIke P/N

Description

Quantity

FM-200 Suppression Equipment 70-087-154-1431-04

215 pound FM-200 Container Assembly w/ 154 pounds FM-200 LLI, and Pressure Switch

1

80-1115

1-1/2”-180 Degree Pre-Engineered Nozzle

2

10-051-R-1

SHP Control System

1

10-1643

Manual Release/System Abort Switch

1

Horn/Strobe

2

SHP PRO Equipment

20-098

Listed and/or Approved U.V. Flame Detectors

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Material Safety Data Sheet

FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

This SDS adheres to the standards and regulatory requirements of the United States and may not meet the regulatory requirements in other countries. SECTION 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION ®

Product name Tradename/Synonym

: :

FM-200 FE-227 2-Hydroperfluoropropane Propane, 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-HeptafluoroHFC-227eaHP 2-Hydroheptafluoropropane Heptafluoropropane 2-H-heptafluoropropane 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane R-227 R227 HFC-227ea

MSDS Number

:

130000036866

Product Use

:

Fire extinguishing agent

Manufacturer

:

DuPont 1007 Market Street Wilmington, DE 19898

Product Information Medical Emergency Transport Emergency

: : :

1-800-441-7515 (outside the U.S. 1-302-774-1000) 1-800-441-3637 (outside the U.S. 1-302-774-1139) CHEMTREC: 1-800-424-9300 (outside the U.S. 1-703-527-3887)

SECTION 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Emergency Overview Misuse or intentional inhalation abuse may lead to death without warning. Vapours are heavier than air and can cause suffocation by reducing oxygen available for breathing. Rapid evaporation of the liquid may cause frostbite. Potential Health Effects Skin

:

Contact with liquid or refrigerated gas can cause cold burns and frostbite. 1/9

Material Safety Data Sheet

FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

Eyes

:

Contact with liquid or refrigerated gas can cause cold burns and frostbite.

Inhalation

:

Misuse or intentional inhalation abuse may cause death without warning symptoms, due to cardiac effects. Other symptoms potentially related to misuse or inhalation abuse are: Anaesthetic effects, Light-headedness, dizziness, confusion, incoordination, drowsiness, or unconsciousness, irregular heartbeat with a strange sensation in the chest, heart thumping, apprehension, feeling of fainting, dizziness or weakness. Vapours are heavier than air and can cause suffocation by reducing oxygen available for breathing.

Carcinogenicity None of the components present in this material at concentrations equal to or greater than 0.1% are listed by IARC, NTP, or OSHA, as a carcinogen.

SECTION 3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Component

CAS-No.

1,1,1,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane

431-89-0

Concentration 100 %

SECTION 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Skin contact

: In case of contact, immediately flush skin with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately. Consult a physician. Wash contaminated clothing before re-use. Treat for frostbite if necessary by gently warming affected area.

Eye contact

: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Consult a physician if necessary.

Inhalation

: Remove from exposure, lie down. Move to fresh air. Keep patient warm and at rest. Artificial respiration and/or oxygen may be necessary. Consult a physician. 2/9

Material Safety Data Sheet

FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

Ingestion

: Is not considered a potential route of exposure.

General advice

: Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. When symptoms persist or in all cases of doubt seek medical advice.

Notes to physician

: Because of possible disturbances of cardiac rhythm, catecholamine drugs, such as epinephrine, that may be used in situations of emergency life support should be used with special caution.

SECTION 5. FIREFIGHTING MEASURES Fire and Explosion Hazard

: The product is not flammable. Hazardous decomposition products : Hydrogen fluoride, Carbonyl fluoride

Suitable extinguishing media

: This material is a fire extinguishing agent.

SECTION 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES NOTE: Review FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES and HANDLING (PERSONNEL) sections before proceeding with cleanup. Use appropriate PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT during clean-up. Safeguards (Personnel)

: Evacuate personnel, thoroughly ventilate area, use self-contained breathing apparatus. Keep upwind of leak - evacuate until gas has dispersed.

Spill Cleanup

: Ventilate area using forced ventilation, especially low or enclosed places where heavy vapors might collect.

SECTION 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling (Personnel)

: Do not breathe gas. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Provide sufficient air exchange and/or exhaust in work rooms. For personal protection see section 8. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. Wash clothing after use. Decomposition will occur when product comes in contact with open flame or electrical heating elements. Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. 3/9

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

Storage

: Valve protection caps and valve cutlet threaded plugs must remain in place unless container is secured with valve outlet piped to use point. Do not drag, slide or roll cylinders. Never attempt to lift cylinder by its cap. Use a check valve or trap in the discharge line to prevent hazardous back flow into the cylinder. Cylinders should be stored upright and firmly secured to prevent falling or being knocked over. Separate full containers from empty containers. Keep at temperature not exceeding 52°C. Do not store near combustible materials. Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place. Store in original container. Protect from contamination. Avoid area where salt or other corrosive materials are present.

Storage temperature

: < 52 °C (< 126 °F)

SECTION 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Engineering controls

: Use only with adequate ventilation. Keep container tightly closed.

Personal protective equipment Respiratory protection

: Wear NIOSH approved respiratory protection as appropriate.

Hand protection

: Additional protection: Impervious gloves

Eye protection

: Safety glasses with side-shields Additionally wear a face shield where the possibility exists for face contact due to splashing, spraying or airborne contact with this material.

Skin and body protection

: Where there is potential for skin contact, have available and wear as appropriate, impervious gloves, apron, pants, jacket, hood and boots.

Protective measures

: Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) is required if a large release occurs.

Exposure Guidelines Exposure Limit Values 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-Heptafluoropropane AEL * (DUPONT)

1,000 ppm

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

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* AEL is DuPont's Acceptable Exposure Limit. Where governmentally imposed occupational exposure limits which are lower than the AEL are in effect, such limits shall take precedence.

SECTION 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Form Odor Melting point/range Boiling point Vapour Pressure Density

: : : : : :

Liquefied gas none -131 °C (-204 °F) -16.3 °C (2.7 °F) 4,547 hPa at 25 °C (77 °F) 1.388 g/cm3 at 25 °C (77 °F) (as liquid)

SECTION 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Stability

: Stable at normal temperatures and storage conditions.

Incompatibility

: Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals, Powdered metals, Powdered metal salts

Hazardous decomposition products

: Hazardous decomposition products , Hydrogen fluoride , Carbonyl fluoride, Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide

Hazardous reactions

: Polymerization will not occur.

SECTION 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION ®

FM-200

Inhalation 4 h LC50

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> 788698 ppm , rat

Inhalation

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dog Cardiac sensitization

Dermal

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not applicable

Oral

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not applicable

Skin irritation

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No skin irritation, Not tested on animals 5/9

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

Not expected to cause skin irritation based on expert review of the properties of the substance. Eye irritation

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No eye irritation, Not tested on animals Not expected to cause eye irritation based on expert review of the properties of the substance.

Sensitisation

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Does not cause skin sensitization., Not tested on animals Not expected to cause sensitization based on expert review of the properties of the substance.

Did not cause sensitization on laboratory animals. There are no reports of human respiratory sensitization. Repeated dose toxicity

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Inhalation rat No toxicologically significant effects were found.

Carcinogenicity

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Overall weight of evidence indicates that the substance is not carcinogenic.

Mutagenicity

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Did not cause genetic damage in animals. Did not cause genetic damage in cultured mammalian cells. Did not cause genetic damage in cultured bacterial cells.

Reproductive toxicity

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Animal testing showed no reproductive toxicity. Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

Teratogenicity

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Animal testing showed no developmental toxicity.

Further information

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Cardiac sensitisation threshold limit : 730190 mg/m3

SECTION 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Aquatic Toxicity ® FM-200 96 h LC50

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Danio rerio (zebra fish) > 200 mg/l Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

96 h LC50

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Oncorhynchus mykiss (rainbow trout) > 81.8 mg/l 6/9

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances. 72 h EC50

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Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata > 114 mg/l Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

72 h EC50

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Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata > 118 mg/l Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

48 h EC50

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Daphnia magna (Water flea) > 200 mg/l Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

48 h EC50

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Daphnia magna (Water flea) > 97.9 mg/l Information given is based on data obtained from similar substances.

Environmental Fate ® FM-200 Biodegradability aerobic

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1 % OECD Test Guideline 301 Not readily biodegradable.

Biodegradability aerobic

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5 % OECD Test Guideline 301 Not readily biodegradable.

SECTION 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal

: Can be used after re-conditioning. Recover by distillation or remove to a permitted waste disposal facility. Comply with applicable Federal, State/Provincial and Local Regulations.

Environmental Hazards

: Empty pressure vessels should be returned to the supplier.

SECTION 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT

UN number

: 3296

IATA_C

Proper shipping name Class Labelling No. UN number

: : : :

Heptafluoropropane 2.2 2.2 3296 7/9

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

IMDG

Ref. 130000036866

Proper shipping name

: Heptafluoropropane

Class Labelling No. UN number Proper shipping name Class Labelling No.

: : : : : :

2.2 2.2 3296 Heptafluoropropane 2.2 2.2

SECTION 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 Regulated Chemical(s)

: SARA 313: This material does not contain any chemical components with known CAS numbers that exceed the threshold (De Minimis) reporting levels established by SARA Title III, Section 313.

California Prop. 65

: Chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or any other harm: none known

SECTION 16. OTHER INFORMATION HMIS Health Flammability Reactivity/Physical hazard PPE

: : : :

1 0 0 Personal Protection rating to be supplied by user depending on use conditions.

FM-200 is a registered trademark of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Before use read DuPont's safety information. For further information contact the local DuPont office or DuPont's nominated distributors. ® DuPont's registered trademark The information provided in this Safety Data Sheet is correct to the best of our knowledge, information and belief at the date of its publication. The information given is designed only as a guidance for safe handling, use, processing, 8/9

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FM-200® Version 2.1 Revision Date 07/11/2011

Ref. 130000036866

storage, transportation, disposal and release and is not to be considered a warranty or quality specification. The information relates only to the specific material designated and may not be valid for such material used in combination with any other materials or in any process, unless specified in the text. Significant change from previous version is denoted with a double bar.

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Imagine your company’s valuable data, equipment and systems lost to fire. How many enterprises, businesses and customers would be negatively impacted if your equipment or network were to go down? And how quickly could you get back on line … if at all? Even one day lost to fire-related downtime can mean lost revenues, customers and profits. You know you should protect against fire. But, basic water type fire suppression systems (sprinklers) can cause even more damage than the fire itself. Gaseous clean agent fire suppression systems have long been the answer to protecting high-end equipment, electronics and irreplaceable items from fire and the damaging effects of water.

FIKE CLEAN AGENT SYSTEMS FEATURING IMPULSE VALVE TECHNOLOGY Known worldwide for high quality and dependable systems, Fike’s clean agent offering includes ECARO-25 ®, HFC-227ea and DuPont™ FM-200 ®… now featuring the exclusive IMPULSE Valve Technology.

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ECARO-25 features the unique fire extinguishing agent FE-25™ by DuPont™, which absorbs heat energy at its molecular level faster than the heat can be generated, so the fire cannot sustain itself. FE-25 also forms free radicals to chemically interfere with the chain reaction of the combustion process.

Simply said, ECARO-25 is the best way to suppress fires and protect your high-value assets and business continuity. All clean agents must remain in the protected space for a specified period of time in order to extinguish a fire. Thanks to the unique physical properties of the ECARO-25 agent, the hold time in a 5000 cubic foot enclosure is 27 minutes, compared to a 12 minute hold time for an HFC-227ea system and a 10 minute hold time for a FK-5-1-12 system. ECARO-25 offers a far superior hold time, allowing more time for trained personnel response and minimal chance for any fire re-ignition. In addition, ECARO-25 requires 10% less agent per cubic foot/meter than HFC-227ea systems and 37% less clean agent per cubic foot/meter than FK-5-1-12.

5000 cubic feet

156lb protects 5000 cubic feet

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3650 cubic feet

HFC-227ea

FK-5-1-12

156lb protects 4550 cubic feet

156lb protects 3650 cubic feet

The superior properties of our unique system allow you to utilize small diameter piping over long distances, making it easier and less expensive to design your clean agent pipe network. With ECARO-25, you spend less money on the agent, piping and installation … making it the most cost-effective clean agent fire suppression system available today.

THE EASIEST REPLACEMENT FOR HALON 1301 Due to the physical properties of FE-25 and the superior performance of the Impulse Valve Technology, ECARO-25 can often work with your existing Halon pipe network. With ECARO-25, you can easily transform your old Halon 1301 fire suppression system into an effective, environmentally-sound clean agent system, with minimal system modifications. ECARO-25 is the easiest and most cost effective replacement for existing Halon 1301 fire protection systems.

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worldwide, including a long history of protecting some of the world’s most critical and irreplaceable assets. Fike’s clean agent system, which includes the use of HFC-227ea and FM-200, extinguishes a fire quickly by discharging in 10 seconds or less … stopping ordinary combustible, electrical, and flammable liquid fires before they can cause significant damage. When fire is extinguished this quickly, in addition to less fire damage, you’ll likely have no downtime and/ or disruption of business. Safe for use where people are present, Fike’s clean agent system removes heat and breaks up the fire at the molecular level. And because it discharges as a gas, it leaves no residue and doesn’t require costly clean-up like water or dry chemical systems. Perhaps the most well respected and globally recognized of all clean agent fire suppressants, HFC-227ea applications range from computer and electronic rooms to museums and military vehicles.

CLEAN AGENT FIRE PROTECTION

IS BEST FOR ELECTRONICS AND HIGH VALUE ASSETS Basic water type fire suppression systems (sprinklers), are designed to protect people and structures. But, when it comes to protecting archives, telecommunications, high value assets, computers and other electronic equipment, water can be more damaging than the fire itself. Gaseous chemical suppression systems (clean agent systems) have been used for more than 50 years to protect electronics and other valuables that are susceptible to the damaging effects of water-based suppression systems. Clean agent systems such as ECARO-25, HFC-227ea, and DuPont FM-200, are superior to water and dry chemicals in virtually every way: • Clean agents are not electrically conductive, and do not damage electronics — water is a great conductor and ruins electronics!

• Because they act quickly, clean agents greatly reduce the amount of smoke and soot damage caused by a fire.

• Clean agents are safe for people.

• Clean agents provide three-dimensional suppression, extinguishing fires where water cannot penetrate.

• Clean agents leave no residue and require no clean-up.

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IMPULSE VALVE TECHNOLOGY A clean agent fire suppression valve controls the pressure within the container and the efficiency with which the system discharges. The Fike Impulse Valve greatly improves the performance of clean agent fire suppression systems over mechanical valve systems by combining the reliability and efficiency of a rupture disc and the flexibility of electric actuation. With over 65 years experience in engineering pressure relief systems, Fike is THE leader in rupture disc technology. Capitalizing on that experience, and after extensive engineering and testing, Fike has designed the most effective fire suppression container valve available. Impulse Technology combines the highest standards for performance with simplified operation and maintenance. • Easier/less expensive to ship • Capability to manually activate • Replacement is easy and less expensive

Impulse Technology features Fike’s exclusive AXIUS® rupture disc. The AXIUS is the most advanced rupture disc available, surpassing all others in its class. Designed and manufactured using Fike’s G2

• Resettable actuation device

proprietary technology, the AXIUS is a

• Easier filling

reverse-acting disc with the highest in

• Easy field testing capability

rupture disc reliability.

• Simplified service • UL Listed and FM Approved The simplicity of the valve means fewer parts to maintain and greater reliability. As a result of Fike’s advanced rupture disc technology, there is less pressure loss. That efficiency translates into a fire protection system with longer pipe run capability and flexible installation options. The Impulse Valve can be configured to operate in multiple ways – electric, pneumatic or a combination of both. The Impulse Valve is capable of firing up to 6 cylinders on a single releasing circuit – making systems with this advanced actuation more cost-effective to design and install.

VERSATILE, EFFICIENT, COST-EFFECTIVE … IMPULSE

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FIKE CORPORATION Blue Springs, MO, USA Tel: +1-816-229-3405 Email: [email protected]

FIKE ASIA PACIFIC SDN BHD Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel: +60-3-7859-1462 Email: [email protected]

FIKE LATINA LTD (MERCOSUR) Jundiai, Brazil Tel: +55-11-4525-5900 Email: [email protected]

EUROPE

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CARIBBEAN, CENTRAL, SOUTH AMERICA Houston, TX , USA Tel: +1-281-895-0756 Email: [email protected]

distribute and maintain our products.

FIKE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, LTD. Guildford, Surrey United Kingdom Tel: +44-01-483-457-584 Email: [email protected]

MIDDLE EAST FIKE CORPORATION DUBAI Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 (0) 3866455 Email: [email protected]

GLOBAL: We have clients, manufacturing facilities, sales outlets and maintenance companies around the world.

CLEAN AGENT FIRE SUPPRESSION WITH

INNOVATIVE: In 1994, we became the first manufacturer to bring a UL Listed and FM Approved, clean agent fire suppression system to market, replacing Halon.

EARTH-FRIENDLY: We pioneered the development of clean agent systems and we continue to develop other environmentally safe alternatives such as our superior inert gas system.

COMPREHENSIVE: Fike has a worldwide network of experienced distributors each with a staff of factory trained technicians to meet your installation

Printed on 25% post consumer fiber / 50% total recycled content with soy based inks.

and service requirements.

Fike and Fike Corporation, AXIUS, ECARO-25 and Impulse Technology are trademarks or registered trademarks of Fike Corporation. DuPont, FM-200 and FE-25 are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company.

US and foreign patents and patents pending.

WWW.FIKE.COM

©Copyright 2012, Fike Corporation. All rights reserved. Form No. B9125 1212 Printed in the U.S.A.

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Fike offers you a revolutionary advancement in fire safety and protection. Our innovative Cheetah Xi system saves lives and valuable assets through its unprecedented speed, intelligence and flexibility. CHEETAH Xi IS A DIGITAL, PEER-TO-PEER, BI-DIRECTIONAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM.

EXTREME PROTECTION —

Our state-of-the-art control system is the right choice for your next installations of Fire Alarm, Clean Agent Suppression, Carbon Dioxide Suppression, Watermist and Sprinkler/Pre-Action: • 6.0 amp power supply, Expandable to 12

• Up to 4,000’ of wire between

(5.25 amp with CheetahXi 50)

FASTER RESPONSE,

network nodes

• 80-character LCD with 10 status LEDs

• Unique digital peer-to-peer operation

to provide instant visual information 3200-event history buffer

with intelligence in the field devices, not just the control panel

• Optional internal point ID DACT

TWICE THE CAPACITY,

• Full integration with FAAST intelligent air

sampling products

• NAC circuits provide built-in

synchronization and multiple output patterns via control modules

MORE INTELLIGENCE

• (2)

• Sensors and modules available with

built-in isolators for limited isolation or true Style 7 isolation

SLCs standard, expandable to (4)

• SLC

• Up to 253 zones to map initiating devices

loop has a maximum length of 12,000’

to control functions

• Supports 254 devices per SLC, any

THAN EVER.

• Releasing function provides three input

combination of sensors or modules (CheetahXi 50 supports 50 devices)

types; cross zone, counting zone and single detector, and 6 abort types

• Networkable up to 128 nodes including

• Four levels of password protection with

other Cheetah Xi panels as well as the CyberCat 1016 and 254 Fire Alarm panels

built-in individual user profiles • Style 4, 6, or 7 wiring capability

• Positive alarm sequence

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In just ten seconds, profound loss can occur. That’s why we’ve designed Cheetah Xi detection and suppression panels to respond faster than the industry requires. With a Cheetah Xi system in your facility, the response time between the initiation of an alarm to the activation of output devices occurs in as little as one-quarter second. HOW DOES FIKE DELIVER SUCH INCREDIBLE SPEED? Fike’s Cheetah Xi

system eliminates polling delays and interference. Information is delivered simultaneously from the intelligent sensors to the suppression panel and other devices within the system. This direct communication achieves response times that are lightning fast.

CHEETAH Xi SENSOR FUNCTIONS • Integral sensitivity testing

• Programmable remote LEDs

• Drift compensation

• Alarm verification for alarm zones

• Manual sensitivity adjustments

• Early warning option (summing up to

• Day/Night sensitivity adjustments • Multi-colored LEDs that provide you

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8 sensors) • Built-in acclimate feature

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Fike’s intelligent Cheetah Xi system turns every device into a peer. These peers not only communicate up-to-the-second information to the control panel, they also communicate with each other.

Cheetah Xi 1016

Each device is capable of generating accurate and highly detailed information. Conventional systems give you a general idea of a fire’s location — for example, the second floor of your building. Cheetah Xi’s intelligent sensors tell you precisely which device is in alarm and specific information on that hazard — for example, a specific location on the second floor.

In addition, Cheetah Xi modules can be programmed or tied in to other systems such as: • Shutdowns

• HVAC / Smoke Control

• Voice Evacuation Systems

• Dampers

• Doors

• Elevators

• Releasing of Clean Agent Suppression,

• Security / CCTV / Building

Carbon Dioxide Suppression, Watermist, Foam, and Sprinkler / Pre-Action

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FLEXIBLE WAYS TO PROGRAM YOUR SYSTEM Control Panel • Basic programming / configuration through the keypad • Auto address feature • Address intelligent devices • Address / configure devices via C-Linx® software InfraRed (IR) Remote Tool • Communicate bi-directionally with any intelligent device • Easily address devices • Access / test hard-to-reach intelligent devices Handheld Programmer • Address intelligent devices • Address / configure devices via C-Linx software • Handheld training panel for new technicians

Management Awareness

FIRE SUPPRESSION SOLUTIONS THAT FIT YOUR NEEDS The Cheetah Xi gives you the freedom to design the ideal system for your facility. The 1016 system comes standard with two Signaling Line Circuits (expandable to four loops) that support 254 devices each. And you can network up to 128 Cheetah Xi’s and /or the Fike CyberCat fire alarm panels, for up to any combination of 130,048 sensors and modules!

CHEETAH Xi PROTECTS ANY OCCUPIED SPACE

Whether you’re protecting a new building or retrofitting an existing space, Cheetah Xi has the flexibility to address all your requirements.

Cheetah Xi 50

The Cheetah Xi 50 intelligent fire suppression system, brings all that power and technology to stand-alone or smaller business applications. Flexible, fast and efficient, the Cheetah Xi 50 is the economical choice. Same Speed. Same Intelligence. Same Great Value.

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Data Centers Telecommunications Generator Rooms Internet Service Providers Mining Museums Warehouses Office Buildings Industrial Facilities

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Cheetah Xi gives you the freedom to design the ideal system for your facility. You can easily control just a few devices or up to 130,048 devices. Plus, you can mix and match sensors and modules in virtually any combination needed for your specific application. With Cheetah Xi, the possibilities are endless.

STAND ALONE SYSTEMS

NETWORK SYSTEMS

CHEETAH Xi 1016

CHEETAH Xi SYSTEM NETWORK WITH FIKE CYBERCAT FIRE ALARM PANELS

• 2 Signaling Line

®

• Connects up to 128 Cheetah Xi

Circuits (SLCs) expandable to 4 • Supports up to 1,016 devices • Any combination of sensors and modules • Supports up to 31 Remote Annunciators

control panels and CyberCat panels in any combination • Supports 130,048 devices • Any combination of sensors and modules

CHEETAH Xi 50 • 1 Signaling Line

Circuits (SLC) • Supports up to 50 devices • Any combination of sensors and modules • Supports up to 31 Remote Annunciators

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AMERICAS

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FIKE CORPORATION Blue Springs, MO, USA Tel: +1-816-229-3405 Email: [email protected]

FIKE ASIA PACIFIC SDN BHD Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel: +60-3-7859-1462 Email: [email protected]

FIKE LATINA LTDA (MERCOSUR) Jundiai, Brazil Tel: +55-11-4525-5900 Email: [email protected]

MIDDLE EAST

CARIBBEAN, CENTRAL, SOUTH AMERICA Houston, TX, USA Tel: +1-281-895-0756 Email: [email protected]

FIKE CORPORATION DUBAI Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 (0) 3866455 Email: [email protected]

CHE E T AH Xi – ONE P ANE L F IT S A LL YOUR NE E DS F OR L IF E SAF E T Y AND F IRE P ROT E CT ION

Cheetah Xi, C-Linx, ECARO-25, SHP PRO, MicroMist, CyberCat, Fike and Fike Corporation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Fike Corporation. FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology is a registered trademark of System Sensor. All other trademarks, trade names or company names referenced herein are the property of their respective owners.

WWW.FIKE.COM

©Copyright 2012, Fike Corporation. All rights reserved. Form No. B9109 0912. Printed in the U.S.A.

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