Thermal valves shut-off natural, propane, butane gas flows

Control natural, propane, or butane gas flow with newly introduced FireBag thermally-actuated gas shut-off valves.

They automatically discontinue gas flow when ambient reaches 100°C. / 212°F. to avert fire escalation and potential gas explosions.

A variety of FireBag lines are available including those for utility-supplied gas pipes, heating systems with radiant pipes, hot air generators, utility-supplied gas meters, gas boilers and wall heaters, thermal stations, and gas appliances.

Automatic FireBag is designed to deliver significant advantages over existing emergency shut-off devices that require manual manipulation — a poor solution in emergency fire situations, declares the manufacturer. Complete FireBag specifics are yours free.
Assured Automation
19 Walnut Avenue, Clark NJ 07066

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