detex An2 fire suppression system

Argon and Nitrogen Gaseous Fire Suppression Systems

Fire Protection Systems for:

CNC | Laser machines | Special Equipment | Wind Turbines |Military Applications | Industry

detex An2

Argon and Nitrogen –  Gaseous Fire Protection System

Systems Inert gas: Human and Eco Safe

Type of protection:
Server Rooms, Electrical Cabinets, Data Centers, Cryptocurrency Mining Farms, and other applications

What makes An2 fire suppression unique?

  • No electricity required
  • No pressure Low maintenance Ultrafast detection & extinguishing
  • Directional valve
  • Dual gas – Argon and Nitrogen
  • Silent nozzles Argon | Nitrogen
  • Zone Segmentation
  • Super Fast Extinguishing

We design and produce special projects and OEM Systems

Gaseous System Fire Protection

– Fire Detection is made by our Spy Thermo Sensitive technology
– 1 Line for Detection and Extinguishing
– Each cabinet is protected individually
– System can activated independently in the place that has the fire due to the directional valve system protecfire developed

Fire Protection for server rooms and electric cabinets, where liquids cannot be present.

SPY detector

No electricity required
Response speed: Ultra Fast
Available detection temperatures:
57ºC | 68ºC | 79ºC | 93ºC | 110ºC | 141ºC | 182ºC | 230ºC | 260ºC

Directional Valve

Ability to redirect the extinguishing agent only to the location that triggered the detector.
In this way the extinguishing agent will be directed more accurately and without waste. It's surgical! Patented

Silent Difuser

Reduces inert gas discharge noise below the danger level.
I Excellent discharge efficiency The smallest, most robust and quietest of its kind.
I 100% stainless steel | Patented

All-in-one Set

All the system components can be installed together, forming a unique set.
I Save space and installation costs.

The Directional Valve Control - one small system for all!


The System can be installed in several compartments (ex. electric cabinets)

Detects and Extinguish only in the compartment that triggered the thermo-pneumatic detector.