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Code: 231-05
CO2 Carbon dioxide module 150-67,5-12 INEI

The Module consists of a vessel, lock and release device with built-in mass controlling device (hereinafter referred to as MCD).
Principle of Module operation is as follows: electric pulse from the fire suppression control board opens the lock and release device and discharges GFSM contained in the vessel through the pipeline and applicators into protected premises.
The Module can be also activated by applying pneumatic pressure into the pneumatic release device or by manual pressing handle of the manual release device.

Lockdown of the lock and release device in the standard operating mode is provided by pressure balance inside the module and over the lock of the device. When any of the release devices is triggered the back pressure valve opens and pressure over the lock drops immediately. As a result the lock moves up enabling GFSM discharge from the Module. The control of CO2 mass in the Module is carried out by the built-in mass MCD. Mass controlling device working principle is based on the physical dependence of the mass and electric capacity of the GFSM.

Main technical data and characteristics
CO2, lt
67,5±3,75
Operational pressure of the unit, MPa (bar)
14,7 (150)
Test pressure of the unit, MPa
22,5
Actuating pressure of the diaphragm safety device, MPa
- minimum
18,5
- maximum
20,0
Unit dimensions w/o actuation mechanisms, mm, max
- diameter D
267
- height
1560
- with protective hood installed
1675
Height to outlet center, mm
1510+3
Connecting thread of the output fitting
W21,8x1/14 DIN477
Nominal bore of the lock and release device/dip tube, NB, mm
12/12
Unit weight w/o charge, kg
80±6
Discharge time for 95% of the GAFF volume, measured by weight, s, max
60
GAFF residue in the bottle, kg, max
0,5
DC voltage of the electromagnetic actuator, V
24
Actuating current of the electromagnetic actuator, A
0,5
Bottle inspection frequency
Once every 10 years