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Arthur Machinery-Florida to Represent Firetrace Suppression Systems



Arthur Machinery-Florida offers an automatic fire detection and suppression system for protecting machinery, specifically screw machines, CNC turning centers and Swiss-type lathes. Arthur installs these systems built by Firetrace International of Scottsdale, AZ.

Firetrace Fire Suppression Systems require no electricity or external power and feature a flexible, polymer tubing that can be routed anywhere within a machining environment. When exposed to any open flame, the tubing ruptures, dispensing the entire contents of a cylinder containing a fire-suppression agent such as FM-200, CO2, dry chemical powders and foam.

Designed to instantly detect and extinguish an open flame at the source, Firetrace Fire Suppression Systems are totally self-contained and help prevent extensive machine damage and the potential loss of life. They are suited for enclosed spaces of 250 cu. ft. or less.

Firetrace Fire Suppression Systems are priced according to tubing requirements, type of suppression agent and the cylinder size. Literature and price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

Jay Corman

Arthur Machinery-Florida

5903 Johns Road

Tampa, FL 33634

813-887-4455

sales@ArthurMachinery.com

www.ArthurMachinery.com

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