Fire Suppression for Manufacturing and Machining

Stat-X’s highly advanced aerosol technology ensures fast, reliable and effective fire suppression without the need for activation of an auxiliary system within manufacturing and machining plants.

Mitigating the risk of fire in manufacturing plants is crucial for both personnel safety and business productivity. Whether stemming from accidents or intentional arson, fire hazards are ever-present, spanning production lines, materials, liquids, equipment, storage areas, electrical rooms, and human activities.

To effectively address this array of fire risks and maintain uninterrupted business operations, a robust fire protection system with multi-level capabilities is essential and this is why more manufacturing and machining plants are turning to Stat-X for their fire protection needs.

The Stat-X Advantage for Fire Suppression for Manufacturing and Machining

  • Preserve the core of your business operations by safeguarding crucial assets from potential hazards.
  • Keep your operations running seamlessly by significantly reducing disruptions and costly halts caused by fire incidents.
  • Prioritize the well-being of every individual, creating a secure environment for all employees.

Educational Articles & White Papers

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The Dangers of Arcs and Arc Flashes

Introduction The discovery of electricity and subsequent knowledge of how to use it is one of the most significant discoveries by man, only second to our ability to make and...

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The Elements of a Fire

When considering a fire and its components, we must first think in terms of what is required to start a fire. Then, we must assess what is required to sustain...

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Designing a Fire Detection System

History and Overview In the United States, the first fire detection system was implemented in the mid-1600s in New York City. Designated persons would traverse the city carrying a bell...

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Designing Fire Suppression Systems

History and Overview There have been numerous attempts at creating fire suppression systems over the centuries. Even Leonardo DaVinci made an attempt at one that failed.[1] In addition to problematic...

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Protecting High Risk Special Hazards with Fire Suppression Systems

In everyday parlance, people speak of risks, taking risks, unnecessary risks, and avoiding risks. Certainly, a layman’s definition of risk is widely accepted. But, what about in fire suppression and...

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What is an Industrial Electrical Cabinet?

Every home, commercial building, or industrial facility with electrical service has an electrical cabinet. Industrial electrical cabinets are different in multiple and significant aspects from those found in your home....

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How do you suppress an industrial electrical cabinet fire?

Depending on the size of the electrical cabinet and the voltage of the electrical service, fires in electrical cabinets can be challenging. Fires in electrical cabinets are an enclosed special...

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What are the types of industrial electrical cabinets?

There are several different types of industrial electrical cabinets which can vary in size and capacity depending on the functions they serve. Some examples are: Power Control Centers The hub...

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What is Special Hazard Fire Protection?

Simply stated, special hazard fire protection are fire suppression systems that are used to protect property and life from fire in situations where a traditional automatic fire sprinkler system may...

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How Do Industrial Electrical Fires Start and What Steps to Take in the Event One Occurs

According to the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®), electrical fires are the fifth leading cause of fires in commercial buildings. One of the biggest problems with electrical fires is that...

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What is a Fire Protection and/or Life Safety System?

A blanket term of “fire protection system” is applied, in industry, to both fire protection and life safety systems. While both types of systems are important in their own right,...

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Different Types of Fire Suppression Systems

The term “fire suppression system” and the term, “fire protection system” are often used interchangeably, but should be defined differently. For the purposes of this article, “fire protection systems” will...

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What is the difference between active and passive fire protection?

It has become more apparent over the years how important it is to have adequate fire protection in every building. For most people, what comes to mind when they think...

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What is Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression?

Condensed aerosol fire suppression, a relatively new technology, is a system of aerosol containers or a single container, that are interconnected to each other and to a control panel, designed...

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Fireaway Statement on 3MTM NovecTM 1230 Fire Protection Fluid and FK-5-1-12

On December 20, 2022, Minnesota-based 3M released a statement announcing “… it will exit per-and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) manufacturing and work to discontinue the use of PFAS across its product...

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Stat-X Fire Suppression Features:

An alternative to traditional special hazard Fire Protection

  • Effective Agent PerformanceHighly effective based on required density
  • Compact and ModularOffering adaptable design especially when space and weight are critical
  • Simple and Economic InstallationNo piping required, resulting in significant savings on parts and labor
  • DurableIdeal for harsh environments and remote locations
  • Made in the USA
  • Long service lifeService life of fifteen (15) years
  • Virtually Maintenance FreeNo cylinder weighing requirement or leakage risks
  • U.S. EPA SNAP listed for normally occupied and unoccupied spacesRegulatory certainty. No risk of future regulations interrupting supply
  • Environmentally FriendlyZero potential for global warming or ozone depletion
  • Installed on every continent
  • 329 distributors
  • 750,000 sold worldwide
  • 94 countries

Embrace the future of fire suppression

Suggested Product Lines

Stat-X Condensed Aerosol Fire Suppression 2500E Model

Stat-X® Fixed System: Electrical Units for Ordinary Locations

Stat-X 250T Fire Suppression Generator

Stat-X® Fire Suppression System: Thermal Units

Stat-X 100T Fire Suppression Generator

Stat-X® Fire Suppression System: Manual Units

Stat-X 250T Fire Suppression Generator

Stat-X® Fixed Systems: Thermal/Manual Units