Avoid consequential damage when extinguishing with Inergen
After a fire in a museum, repairing the damage may be both expensive and time-consuming, and exhibitions may have to be closed for shorter or longer periods. In a worst case, cultural history and irreplaceable items may be lost to the flames.
The causes of fire vary, from old electrical installations, for example, to a short circuit in the lighting. Fires also occur in connection with major or minor alterations, renovation or other building work.
Fire protection with Inergen provides optimal protection for museums. It is both effective, completely without consequential damage and can be installed discreetly.