Safety Hi-Tech has been a pioneer in Clean Agent fire protection technologies and Clean Agent fire extinguishing systems since 1987. Safety Hi-Tech has played an important role in Halon phase out and replacement globally and we quickly gaining an undisputed credibility in this field. Our first patent for a Halon alternative was filed on January 15, 1987, well before the Montreal Protocol on Substances That Deplete the Ozone Layer entered into force, demonstrating our industry leading capability and our commitment to develop the best possible fire protection available in the market.
Today Safety Hi-Tech is considered one of the leading companies in Clean Agent Fire Suppression and our NAF® Fire Extinguishing Agents and Systems have gained acceptance and recognition from leading worldwide environmental and technical authorities.
Safety Hi-Tech actively participates on numerous international standards, and we are committed to furthering the safety and quality of fire protection systems for special hazard applications globally. Safety Hi-Tech is the only European company to participate on the NFPA 2001 Technical Committee. Safety Hi Tech also has representatives on the UN’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Halon Technical Options Committee (HTOC) Committees, International Standards Organization (ISO) and CEN Working Groups.
Safety Hi-Tech ‘s mission is to provide our customers with products and services that ensure life safety and environmental sustainability through continued investment in advanced technologies, a commitment to quality and a focus on customer service. Safety Hi-Tech supplies the market exclusively with products that have been extensively tested to our own internal high quality standards along with testing and approvals by internationally recognized independent laboratories. This ensures we can guarantee the Quality and Performance of all of our products. We are proud of our contribution to life safety and the passion we put in our work. That’s what we call “Certified Safety Passion”.