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Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression System

The Amerex Advantage
Fire destroys billions of dollars worth of industrial and transit equipment every year. It causes manpower losses, decreased property value, and, in many cases, loss of human lives.

Amerex is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of firefighting equipment with more engineering, manufacturing and quality control experience than anyone else in the industry. We can protect your equipment from fire with a suppression system designed specifically for you.

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The Amerex Advantage
Fire destroys billions of dollars worth of industrial and transit equipment every year. It causes manpower losses, decreased property value, and, in many cases, loss of human lives.

Amerex is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of firefighting equipment with more engineering, manufacturing and quality control experience than anyone else in the industry. We can protect your equipment from fire with a suppression system designed specifically for you.

 

Life Protector
Whether it is an operator sitting high atop a loader or your children riding in their school bus, Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are designed first and foremost to protect human life. Our systems are designed and installed to suppress a fire before it can reach the operator or passenger areas, quickly and efficiently.

 

Some Ever-Present Dangers

  • Abrasion against a high pressure hydraulic line causes a pin-hole and leaks atomized hydraulic fluid onto a hot manifold.
  • Cardboard, paper and other combustible solids gather behind the hot exhaust manifold in the engine compartment of a trash truck.
  • A short occurs in one of the machine’s electrical cables, setting the cable insulator on fire.
  • Natural Gas or Hydrogen, highly flammable, invisible fire hazards, ignite from the accidental discard of a cigarette butt.
  • Coal dust ignites from a metal spark.
  • A wire harness near the battery shorts against the vehicle’s chassis, melts, then ignites.