At Reacton, we work with some of the global fire industries most active and influential bodies. This provides us with a platform to raise the level of safety within our industry by enabling experts to formulate best practice and clear guidance. Sharing this knowledge with our customers and their networks is important to us, as it ensures that they can demand the best possible standard of automatic fire suppression when it comes to protecting their assets, people and infrastructure from the devastating impact of fire.
As part of this commitment to participate in the industries we support, Reacton is delighted to join the Precision Machined Parts Association (PMPA). Established in 1933, PMPA is the leading voice of the precision machined products industry, representing the interests of its members in North America and around the world.
With its mission to support its members stay globally competitive in the precision machined products industry, PMPA is a recognised leader in providing tools and processes to strengthen its member companies.
In the US alone, the precision machined products industry is valued at $12 billion, employing 78,070 people across the country. Utilising the latest technology, including CNC turning and milling centres, rotary transfer machines, CNC and automatic screw machines, these companies produce complex parts and complete assemblies for finished goods such as cars, aircraft, heavy trucks, medical devices and construction equipment.
Fires in CNC machines are common and can occur in an instant, without warning. The Reacton CNC fire suppression system uses our proprietary detection tubing which, once installed in the protected area, will detect a fire inside the CNC Machine. Once the fire is detected, our patented automatic pneumatic value operates, causing the extinguishing agent to be released into the CNC machine. Easily fitted to new or existing CNC machine, contact us to discuss how we can protect your assets and people from the devastating effects of fire.
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