How does it work?

Fire requires oxygen. In fact, fire needs an atmosphere of more than 16% oxygen. If the atmosphere in a room contains less than 16% oxygen no fire is possible.

Prevenex's technology carefully monitors and controls the oxygen level to keep the room completely fire safe.

This is the most reliable way available to fire proof your facility. The Prevenex system is always on and always verifiable.

Traditionally, passive measures such as water sprinklers and chemical fire suppression systems were used to suppress a fire after it ignited. Now, Prevenex's revolutionary hypoxic fire prevention method stops fire before it ever ignites, eliminating the need for fire suppression. The benefits are obvious - no fire, smoke, water, or chemical damage, and no risk to human life.

Is it safe for humans?

According to the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) 2001 Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems report, 12% minimum oxygen corresponds to NO adverse effect level in humans and 10% corresponds to LOW adverse effect level in humans.

Prevenex systems never go below 12% oxygen levels.