In recent years, InnoVfoam has increasingly focused on designing and assembling fire suppression systems, which are delivered as a complete skid. These units use a fully assembled, watertight distribution box, which, in this case, is used for various purposes at the waste-to-energy plant in Harlingen.
The insulated and heated enclosure contains two Inbal valves and three manually operated butterfly valves. The control cabinet used to operate the whole unit is also fully integrated and can be operated through a separate door. The fire extinguishers are used to transport water to the two combustion waste bunkers. A large part of these waste materials is kept wet using “flexi nozzles” to counteract excessive dust formation and overheating due to ‘heat generation’.
The enclosure is divided into two sections, which can be controlled independently of each other and are also completely radio controlled.
The photos show the skid both ready for shipment to the customer and installed on site.