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Stat-X® fire suppression is protecting the Avelia Liberty high-speed train!
Alstom’s Avelia Liberty high-speed train for Amtrak will make its debut in 2021 with rail service linking Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C. This inter-city service will stretch across approximately 457 miles at speeds up to 186 mph.
Alstom designed and built these high-speed trains based on proven technology with more than 1,000 high-speed trains in service worldwide. Avelia Liberty provides more space and improved comfort for passengers, with enhanced safety and reduced energy consumption.
Consilium Marine & Safety specializes in the fire protection for the rolling stock industry and is delivering the fire detection, line heat detectors and the Stat-X® fire suppression. Consilium Marine & Safety was instrumental in the integration of Stat-X fire suppression systems which are protecting the power distribution area of the power car on all 28 new trainsets. This is a thirty-year project. Installations are currently in process.
The Stat-X condensed aerosol technology was the fire suppression of choice for the power car application based on product quality and the follow advantages:
- Compact for engine compartments where space is limited, and weight is critical
- Effective – proven to be the most effective fire technology available
- Durable – withstands harsh environments with dust, vibrations, and a wide climate range tested to meet MIL Standard 810
- Cost effective
- Ease to install – no piping required
- Easy to maintain with its modular design
- Compatible with the latest detection and control systems
These features make Stat-X fire suppression the optimal solution for enclosed special hazard applications. Stat-X currently protects many rolling stock fleets worldwide including the high-speed Eurostar railway which connects London, Paris, and Brussels in Europe. Stat-X condensed aerosol fire suppression is a solution for many transportation applications including rolling stock, buses, mass transit, and heavy equipment.
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