Power plant

Agnice International offer Power Plant fire safety systems tailored to the specific site needs and legislative requirements. Each fire protection system is designed to limit the spread of a fire and takes into consideration the particulars of each operating environment.

Regardless of whether the power plant is fuelled by nuclear, coal, gas or oil, we can identify, install and maintain the correct safety system for the site in question.

Major fire protection solutions for power plants

Because of the mixed operating environments within power plants, we offer a broad range of systems to cover various forms of fire.

These solutions can be deployed during the construction of a new power station, or retrofitted to bring existing plants into line with changing legislation. Among the solutions on offer are:

  • Hydrant systems. Full site protection for the entire plant.
  • HVWS protection protects transformers, lube oil units and boiler burners.
  • MVWS protection extends fire safety coverage to conveyors, cable gallery and storage tanks.
  • Inert gas systems use Inergen or Sapphire to extinguish control room, switch gear room and server room fires.
  • Foam systems prevent the spread of fire from fuel oil tanks.
  • FDA for manual call plants, extending to the entire power plant.
  • Portable extinguishers offer manual fire fighting protection for the site.
  • CO2 extinguishing systems in both high and low pressure variants to offer protection for gas or steam turbine enclosures.
  • Sprinkler systems for emergency DG equipment and diesel-powered fire pumps.
  • Passive fire protection protects cables and cable coatings, adding resilience to internal systems.
  • Gas detection systems identify potential problems before a fire can start.
  • Fire Alarm Systems to cover the entire plant advising employees of fire-related emergencies.

Agnice International offer a full implementation lifecycle service from procurement to installation to maintenance and support, ensuring power plants are fully protected against the spread of fire in line with legislative and best practice requirements.