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Firetrace International Adds to Portfolio of Approvals and Listings

Firetrace International Adds to Portfolio of Approvals and Listings

Firetrace International, a leading manufacturer or fire suppression solutions for commercial, industrial, government and military applications, has recently announced the achievement of the SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden’s P-Mark for its bus-specific fire suppression systems.

Firetrace systems already carry major listings and approvals from UL, ULC, CE, FM, and more than 20 other international agencies. In April 2014, Firetrace’s advanced E4 engineered clean agent total flooding system earned the distinguished Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listing.

Designed for simple installation very near the source of a potential fire, Firetrace is a self-activating fire suppression system that reliably suppresses fires in seconds providing a low maintenance, cost effective solution to “micro-environment’ fire protection. Firetrace systems can be installed in virtually any enclosed space where high-value assets are located or where an increased risk of fire could be mitigated by an automatic fire suppression system.

Scott Starr, Director of Marketing, Firetrace International commented: “Firetrace has invested considerable time and expertise in designing a realistic system worthy of achieving P-Mark status. We have developed a systems that uses minimal agent and minimal number of nozzles, aspects that will save bus operators time and money on installation and maintenance costs, while maintaining the reputation for reliability that Firetrace has been known for.”

Firetrace International is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, with its European offices in Gatwick in the UK and its Middle East headquarters in Dubai. It is supported by a network of over 250 distributors worldwide, which ensures systems are maintained to the requirements of the manufacturer and the AHJ.

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