Design - Manufacturing - Marketing
REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
WATER SPRAY SYSTEM
The remote control systems for pumps and
monitors are designed and manufactured by
All sizes are supplied, from small monitor
controls, to large PLC based systems with
sequence controlled start up and remote control
of all valves and monitors.
Bronze or equal seawater resistant
300 - 800 m3/h
30 - 70 nozzles
Delivered with 1/2” and 2 NPT male
thread and variouse orifice openings
Open standard upright sprinkler
Open sidewall sprinkler
Open window sprinkler
Design and calculation of the water curtain fire fighting systems by Jason Engineering. Documentation to
classification society for approval.
Design of advanced naval type water curtain systems, for ABC protection. (Atomic, Biological, Chemical
10 liters pr. minute pr. m2 on exposed vertical surface of hull including superstructure, deckhouses, lifeboats and
monitors. System calculation by computer program. No manual adjustment after installation. Various nozzle types
are used depending on surface structure. Each nozzle is individually calculated and marked for specific position.
Design and calculation of water spray system is done by Jason Engineering.
FOAM MIXING SYSTEM
PORTABLE JOYSTICK & RADIO CONTROL
Portable box or fixed panel with 1-4 joysticks for
monitor operation. Stop buttons, jet/fog, water/
foam and adjustable switches.
Radio control as option.
Flush type mimic control panel. Installation in ECR
PLC based interlocks, remote control, monitoring
of clutches and actuator controlled valves.
To be able to control and extinguish fires, particularly a fire in
hydrocarbon and chemical plants, foam extinguishing equipment
with large capacity and long reach is required. Some of the
classification societies have called for and included foam
spraying capability for ships having the FiFi III notation. The
minimum capacity is 2 x 5000 l/min. Fixed foam monitors and
foam concentrate liquid for no less than 30 min operation of both
Foam system for mixing and proportioning of water/foam to the
firefighting monitors. Mixture 0-6% with wither Around-The-Pump
ejector or foam pumps. Necessary system valves are supplied.
Foam liquid is supplied from a storage tank through the ejector or
pump. The chemicals may include protein foam, synthetic foam,
AFFF, fluor-protein-foam or similar.