Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems 

Proven vehicle fire protection systems that perform. Our range of vehicle fire protection solutions, including a dry chemical suppression system, are designed to deal with all classes of fire including flammable liquid.  Our fire suppression systems can be fitted to any vehicle including mobile plant and heavy equipment, buses and coaches.  Tested and approved to the worlds leading standards these are a great alternative to a traditional fire extinguisher.

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On Road Vehicles

Dry Chemical vehicle fire suppression systems from 1KG - 18KG with up to 12 nozzles per cylinder.

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Off Road Vehicles

Dual Agent vehicle fire suppression use a combination of our Dry Chemical and Wet Chemical systems.

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Heavy Equipment

Wet Chemical systems with system sizes from 1KG - 18KG with a maximum nozzle count of 18 per cylinder.

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A+ Certified Systems

High performance vehicle fire suppression systems.

Reacton's vehicle fire suppression solutions deliver the highest performance while ensuring the ultimate durability and longevity. Often a number of the systems on the market carry little or no third party certification. This often makes purchasing these systems difficult as performance and longevity are not tested. 

Our vehicle fire suppression systems certified to P-Mark SPCR183 & P-Mark SPCR199 are designed and tested to meet the most demanding conditions. Recent updates to SP Method 4912 now shows system performance as a score from A+ to E. Its no surprise that Reacton's P-Marked systems are all A+.

No Power, No Fuss

Vehicle fire suppression systems that don't run out of battery!

Reacton's primary detection and activation method do not require any integrations with any electrical system. This ensures that whatever the condition of electrical components on the vehicle the system will react to a fire when one occurs. With just one monitored moving part they are the most reliable systems in the world.


Dry Chemical Systems

Dry Chemical vehicle fire suppression systems from 1KG - 18KG with up to 12 nozzles per cylinder.


Dual Agent Systems

Dual Agent vehicle fire suppression use a combination of our Dry Chemical and Wet Chemical systems.


Wet Chemical Systems

Wet Chemical systems with system sizes from 1KG - 18KG with a maximum nozzle count of 18 per cylinder.

Are you using an approved fire system?

Installing an approved fire system ensures all of the components are tested to withstand the harsh environments often found in the vehicle and heavy equipment applications.

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UNECE R107 E5 Approval

Ensuring you stay compliant has never been easier, Reacton has the worlds smallest and compact Dry Powder UNECE R107 approved system on the market today.


P-MARK SPCR 199 Approval

If your heavy vehicle is critical to your business, don't risk your assets with anything less than a 10/10 A+ rated system. Reacton doesn't just have one system approved we have 3 P-Mark SPCR199 configurations. 


P-MARK SPCR183 Approval

If you are looking for complete reassurance that your Bus or Coach has a system that can deal with all the toughest fire conditions, ensure you only fit a system with a 10/10 A+ rating.

What is P-Mark?

Reacton’s vehicle fire systems carry certification to a range of global certification standards for approved fire protection. Two of these certifications are P-Mark SPCR183 and P-Mark SPCR199. P-Mark is a sign that the vehicle fire protection system has been assessed to a strict criteria that ensure it can extinguish fires and withstand the harsh environments presented in vehicle and plant applications. It also ensures that the factory in which the system is produced meets strict production standards.

In summary, the advantages of a P-Marked vehicle protection system are:

  • Extinguishing Performance Rated From A+ to E
  • Most Demanding Vibration Testing Of Any Vehicle Standard
  • Salt Corrosion Testing
  • Environmental Testing
  • Factory Audit & Quality Control Monitoring.

Our High Performance Systems

Reacton uses a patented ultra high flow fire suppression valve. The valve, made from 303 stainless steel alloy, ensures that all extinguishing agents are discharged as designed.

Our automatic fire suppression systems feature the following:

  • Integrated Isolation Valve
  • Stainless Steel Alloy 303
  • Multi Port High Flow Discharge
  • Multi Cylinder & Agent On One Detection Circuit
  • Fully Vibration & Corrosion Tested

Vehicle Fire Suppression System

Reacton’s vehicle fire suppression solutions allow a vast range of equipment and vehicles to be fitted with automatic fire suppression. Our range of fire protection systems are approved to world-leading standards such as P-Mark 183 and P-Mark 199. Our range of vehicle fire safety systems protects agricultural vehicles, airport vehicles and our applications for our vehicle fire systems range from road vehicles such as buses and coaches to more significant equipment such as plant and machinery including heavy plant.

Our dry chemical powder fire suppression systems are certified to P-Mark 183 and score an A+ performance rating. Our wet chemical or foam fire suppression system supplement our dry chemical system to provide a dual agent system. Dual agent vehicle fire suppression systems from Reacton carry certification to P-Mark 199, where again our system is certified to an A+ rating.

Dry Chemical systems offer the highest performance of any vehicle fire suppression system on the market today. There ability to extinguish various fire scenarios and fire types make them the most versatile choice for on road and off road vehicle fire suppression systems. For other international markets, Reacton offers standalone foam fire suppression system.

Our vehicle and plant fire suppression systems are tested to withstand vibration, salt corrosion, extreme temperature variation all while delivering A+ rated extinguishing performance according to SP Method 4912 used during P-Mark 183 & P-Mark 199 approval testing.

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