Discover the benefits of the Alliance Fire Suppression System
UNECE Regulation No.107
The regulation states that installation and testing of fire suppression systems will be mandatory in engine compartments of all single-deck, double-deck, rigid or articulated vehicle of category M2 or M3 and specifically vehicles having a capacity exceeding 22 passengers.DISCOVER MORE
Alliance Direct System
The Direct system technology utilises the detection tubing to automatically detect the fire and actuate the system.
The tubing is installed in and around the fire risk areas within the protected area, the tubing is pressurised and in communication with the system contents.
Alliance Indirect System
This technology employs the Alliance Detection Tube to automatically detect the fire and actuate the system.
The tubing is installed in and around the fire risk areas within the protected risk. The tubing is pressurised and in communication with the valve which holds it in the closed position.
Alliance Extinguishing Agent
ABC Dry Chemical Powder – Furex ABC 770
Quick Knockdown – Dry powder, has the ability to ensure an initial quick knockdown of the fire. Dry Powder performs over 40% better than single agent foam/mist systems as proven by the ‘P’ Mark SPCR 183 tests.
Nozzle Types & Placement
Multiple Nozzles provide engine bay coverage
(FF)Position at the top centre of the engine compartment and direct to provide complete coverage of the rear of the engine. Typically, the alternator and pulley/belts will be covered.
Post Discharge Cleaning Process
Alliance Field Service Engineers will attend your vehicle, perform a risk assessment and then remove the extinguishing agent and refresh the system allowing you to have your asset back on the road as soon as possibleDISCOVER MORE
Quality and Regulatory Approvals
Unece R107 Approval on 4KG, 6KG, 9KG Indirect Bus and coach systems
Designed, manufactured & tested in ISO 9001: 2015 certified facilities CE Mark