Tests show effectiveness of cycled discharge from water- mist fire-protection systems

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TypeArticle
Journal titleCABA Home & Building Automation Quarterly
IssueWinter
Pages2829; # of pages: 2
SubjectWater mist
AbstractReports that a water mist fire suppression system achieves better results when it is cycled on and off, than it does with a steady discharge of mist. In some cases cycled discharge reduces both extinguishment times and water requirements.
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada
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NRC number8760
NPARC number20325653
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