Cylinderless Fire Suppression System

    FCO Fire Suppression System consists of a heat-sensitive tube made of a special plastic material, sealed with stainless steel fittings on both ends. This tube serves a dual purpose by functioning as both a storage unit for the extinguishing agent and a detection mechanism. Consequently, there is no need for an additional storage device such as a cylinder. The FCO Fire suppression System utilizes a clean agent to ensure efficient fire suppression.
    The FCO Fire suppression system operates independently, detecting high temperatures without relying on an external power supply. When the temperature within the protected enclosure surpasses a critical threshold, a specialized plastic tube in the system melts at the point of maximum temperature. This melting process creates an opening through which the entire stored extinguishing agent is released, effectively targeting the source of the fire.


    Vehicle Engine Compartment

    Electrical Panels

    Power Generators

    3D Printers

    School vans & Ambulance

    Server Racks

    CNC Machines

    Marine Engines

    Battery Cabinet

    Forestry Machines

    Electricity Distribution Box

    Special Army & Police Vehicle

    Telecom Tower Shelters

    Product Specification

    Length of the tube

    Agent Capacity in KG

    1 Meter

    0.25 KG

    2 Meter


    3 Meter

    0.75 KG

    4 Meter

    1.0 KG

    5 Meter

    1.25 KG

    6 Meter

    1.50 KG

    7 Meter

    1.75 KG

    8 Meter

    2.0 KG

    Working Temperature 120°c for vehicle engine compartment, Genset, CNC & other machines 80°c for Electrical Panel, Distribution Box, Server Rack




    Ozone Friendly

    5Y Warranty

    Compact Size

    Non Toxic


    No cleanup Required


    Not Hazardous

    Label here

    Maintenance -not required

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    There are several types of fire extinguishers designed for specific fire classes: Water and foam extinguishers are suitable for Class A fires (wood, paper); CO2 extinguishers are effective for electrical fires (Class C); dry powder extinguishers work well for flammable liquids and gases (Class B); wet chemical extinguishers are ideal for kitchen/cooking oil fires (Class K); and there are specialized Class D extinguishers for combustible metals. Choosing the right extinguisher involves matching the fire class with the appropriate extinguishing agent to effectively combat the specific hazard, ensuring a safe and controlled suppression of the fire.

    Fire extinguishers should undergo regular inspections and maintenance at least once a year, in compliance with local regulations and standards. Additionally, they should be visually inspected monthly to ensure accessibility, proper pressure levels, and any signs of damage or tampering. Professional servicing by certified technicians is crucial every few years or as indicated by the manufacturer to guarantee optimal performance, recharging, or replacement of components if necessary. Regular maintenance and inspections are vital to ensure that fire extinguishers are in working condition and ready to combat fires effectively when needed.

    A comprehensive fire safety plan for a commercial or residential space should include several key elements: clearly marked emergency exits with illuminated signage, regular fire drills and employee/resident training on evacuation procedures, strategically placed fire extinguishers and other firefighting equipment, a robust alarm system with regular checks and maintenance, proper storage and handling of flammable materials, designated meeting points outside the building, and regular inspections and maintenance of fire suppression systems and equipment. Additionally, the plan should outline communication protocols during emergencies and provide clear guidance on contacting emergency services.

    When implementing fire safety measures in a workplace or building, adherence to local building codes, fire safety regulations, and national standards is crucial. This includes compliance with standards set by organizations like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, and other relevant local or regional fire codes. These regulations cover various aspects such as emergency exits and routes, fire extinguisher placement and maintenance, smoke detectors and alarm systems, proper storage of flammable materials, regular fire drills and training for occupants, as well as the installation and maintenance of fire suppression systems like sprinklers


    We, at FCO are committed to providing happier, safer and worry-free lives. FCO 2000 is the next generation series of fire suppression system which is light weight, compact in size and extremely easy to use. The cost-effective pricing of our products makes it possible for everyone to afford to protect themselves and their possessions from the irrecoverable damage a fire can cause to life and property.