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We now offer a full line of Stat-X® products. Stat-X® is an environmentally friendly automatic fire suppression product line. 

  • US EPA SNAP Listed for Normally Occupied and Unoccupied Spaces

  • Zero Global Warming Potential

  • Zero Atmospheric Life

  • Zero Ozone Depletion Potential

  • Non-Toxic

When discussing environmental footprint, we firmly believe less is better!

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Stat-X® fire suppression is an advanced aerosol technology that protects enclosed special hazards. Aerosols are an effective new alternative to traditional special hazard fire protection. Stat-X fire suppression is currently used worldwide in many critical applications. Stat-X aerosol fire suppression should be considered when evaluating the use of halon substitutes, CO2, inert gas, dry chemical, or water mist. Stat-X fire suppression is an approved halon replacement and hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) alternative.

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Class I, Division 2, ATEX, and IECEx for Atmospheres with Potentially Explosive Gases


With our UL Class I, Division 2, ATEX certificate, and IECEx certificate from UL, Stat-X® EX electric operated aerosol fire suppression units are now certified to be in enclosed environments classified as a hazardous area. Stat-X® EX electric operated aerosol fire suppression units have attained the UL Listing for use as a total flooding system in hazardous areas classified as Class I, Division 2 in accordance with UL category code FZED and FZED7. These units are certified by UL and are authorized to bear the UL listing mark for Canada and the United States, Class I, Division 2, as well as IECEx, and the ATEX mark.

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The Stat-X First Responder® is truly a new innovation in fire suppression technology. There is no other like it on the market today. It will not replace anything you are currently using, but it could be a wonderful addition to your arsenal of tools.
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Questions? Give us a call today.

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