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COMFIRE®

  • COMFIRE® : The Fire-proof Building Material

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    Marine Systems Technology (MST) originally developed COMFIRE® for marine applications, believing that the COMFIRE® technology would be an ideal way to meet newly imposed (and very stringent) safety requirements for new vessels. A fire-proof material, COMFIRE® is also non-carcinogenic and can be recycled. 

    By combining these complementing attributes with stability in water, good acoustic attenuation, and a weight advantage over current materials, COMFIRE® is a world leading product that complies with the tightest safety guidelines and offers many practical advantages to the ship and oil platform designer.

    As COMFIRE® has been utilized and tested, it has become clear that Marine Systems Technology (MST) developed an ideal solution for anytime a lightweight, non-combustible product would be advantageous.

    COMFIRE® can be delivered in a wide variety of applications, including panels, molded forms as well as modular systems to meet your specific needs.

  • Complies with the following test requirements:

    • Oxygen Index: ISO 4589-2
    • Temperature Index: ISO 4589-3
    • Smoke Index: NES 711
    • Toxicity Index: NES 713
    • Non-Combustibility: BS 476 part 4
    • ISO 1182-1990 (E): test for the determination of the combustibility performance –IMO Resolution
    • MSC.61(67): Smoke & Toxicity Test

     

  • Features and Certifications:

    1. Non-Combustible Standard
    2. Acoustic Barrier
    3. Glass Reinforced
    4. B15/B30
    5. A60/H60/N30
    6. State of Matter Patent

Lithium-Ion Battery Lockers

The Lithium-Ion Battery Charging and Storage Locker was designed to house and store a variety of Lithium-Ion aircraft batteries of various types, sizes, and shapes. Two tests were conducted for this qualification: 75 minutes at an average of 80 kW heat flux, and a further extreme ‘overtest’ for 8 minutes at an average 207 kW heat flux.

The system exceeded expectations at 80 kW and again at 207 kW, which is >250% above the average heat flux the Li-ion battery can generate under ‘Heat Excursion’ conditions. The temperature in the other adjacent compartments only reached 19.5°C (67°F) at the highest point during the first test.  The 2nd ‘overtest’ again revealed excellent thermal properties with the maximum temperature of 33°C (91°F) recorded in adjacent compartments – some 82°C (180°F) below the test acceptance criteria.
The outside of the cabinet was cool to the touch during testing and the system remained fully functional post-test.

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Since 1961, PaR Systems has led the robotics and automation industry with state of the art, first of their kind solutions. Today, we continue to build on our tradition and look forward to solving your unique challenges. We're available seven days a week, every day of the year. Please contact us to discuss your project. 

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