Auxiliary Equipment

TOMCO2 Systems offers a wide variety of auxiliary equipment to support your fire suppression system, including flame detection, gas detection, heat detection, custom controls and annunciation devices.

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Flame Detection

Flame detectors are solutions for applications in which risk to personnel is high and where fire might result in a large loss of equipment.  Beyond critical life-safety concerns, our products have proven to minimize total cost of ownership while minimizing false alarms. High-speed flame detectors are used to detect quick burning flammable gas or materials and are usually interfaced with our industry leading fire suppression systems.

Gas Detection

Hazardous gas detection configurations range from a variety of fixed gas combustible and toxic gas detectors to a complete line of display transmitters, gas controllers, power supplies and gas control panels.

Heat Detection

Mounted on exposed ceiling surfaces or on sidewalls, TOMCO2 Systems offers several types of heat detection technology, including fixed temperature detectors, rate-of-rise detectors and rate compensation detectors.

Custom Detection

Mounted on exposed ceiling surfaces or on sidewalls, TOMCO2 Systems offers several types of heat detection technology, including fixed temperature detectors, rate-of-rise detectors and rate compensation detectors.

Annunciation Devices

TOMCO2 Systems’ fire suppression solutions include several options for annunciation devices. Manual alarm stations are available discharge the system once a fire status  condition exists and before the detection system is activated. Beacon and strobe options include flashing, steady status indicators and rotating units. Our sounders (horns) feature several optional tone settings.  The annunciation devices can be provided for any environment ranging from harsh weather environment to hazardous locations and special certifications such as ATEX.

Custom Skid Packages

Our production facility located in Georgia can build custom CO2 skids to meet any special application requirements, including seismic and high wind conditions.

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