N2 Generator discharge tests at the Federal Fire Academy Riga, Latvia

Adam Richardson witnessed with N2G BoD Members a total of 5 each prototype steel 6″x24″ N2 Generators (c/w welded end caps) previously manufactured at N2G’s Skunk Works location in Estonia, all fail their discharge tests per required US EPA specifications at the Federal Fire Training Academy in Riga, Latvia on January 22 & 23, 2018. ... Continue Reading »

Successful N2 Aircraft testing!

Successful N2 Generator discharge tests as witnessed by Boeing Engineers on March 22, 2013 at UTeC Labs Kansas; Objective: Test N2 2”x14” steel bodied generators for heat transfer and maximum single-nozzle jet pressure generated to evaluate possible stress on nearby external structural components using the Boeing test stand. Conclusion: Seven steel-bodied N2 Towers 2”x14” inch fire suppression gas generators were assembled at the UTEC test facilit ... Continue Reading »

More Successful Tests for N2! May 31, 2012

Successfully completed automatic detection and N2 Generator explosion suppression and obstructed explosion suppression tests at UTeC Labs Hallowell, Kansas. Which prove our N2 Generator explosion suppression systems increase the margin of survivability within armored vehicle crew compartments either during false discharge or under actual attack. Our N2 Generators will deploy whether right side up, on their side or upside down. ... Continue Reading »

New Explosive Fire Suppression Test: Hallowell, Kansas

May, 2010: UTeC Test Labs, Hallowell, Kansas May 26, 2010 automatic detection and N2 Generator explosion suppression tests conducted with the US Army (TARDEC) and UL representatives in attendance at UTeC Labs in Kansas, USA . We extinguish the explosive fire approximately two to three times faster than an equivalent armor vehicle halon or HFC explosion suppression system and N2 does not create toxic hydrogen fluoride decomposition gases like our halon and ... Continue Reading »

New Fire Suppression Test: Hallowell, Kansas, May 19, 2009

May, 2009: UTeC Test Labs, Hallowell, Kansas N2 Generator fire test and extinguishment in 100 milliseconds on May 18, 2009, which is approximately 800 times faster than conventional inert gas fire suppression systems utilizing high pressure cylinders and discharge piping networks which extinguished similar type test fires in approximately 80 seconds from point of system actuation. ... Continue Reading »