NAF® S 125 is suitable for use in rooms, vaults, enclosed machines, containers, storage areas and wherever fixed enclosures are present. It is an electrically non-conductive media, it can therefore be used to protect electronic and delicate equipment. After discharge NAF® S 125 does not require the clean-up of the protected enclosure, making it extremely useful in applications where damage by other extinguishing methods would be prohibitive.
NAF® S 125 has a low order of toxicity. At typical design concentrations it can be safely used to protect normally occupied areas.
The NAF S 125® formulation includes a patented additive that reduces the levels of decomposition by-products normally generated by halocarbons during extinguishment and enhances extinguishing performance (inter alia US Patent No. 6,402,975 and EU Patent No. 630,278).
By weight NAF® S 125 requires the lowest concentration, making NAF® S 125 the most cost effective clean agent solution available in the market today.
|Composition||HFC-125 + 0.15% of Limonene|
|Boiling point @ 1.013 bar||-48.3°C|
|Density of the liquid @ 25°C||1189.7 kg/m³|
|Critical temperature||339.45 K|
|Critical pressure||3595 Kpa|
|Vapor pressure @ 20°C||12.09 bar|
|Relative electrical resistance @ 1 atm. 21°C (N2=1.0)||0.955|
|NFPA 2001 Edition 2012|
|Design concentration for Class A Fires||8.7% (by volume)|
|Flooding factor for Class A Fires||0.484 kg/m³|
|Design concentration for Class C Fires||9% (by volume)|
|Flooding factor for Class C Fires||0.502 kg/m³|
|ISO 14520 Edition 2006|
|Design concentration for Class A/C Fires||8.7% (by volume)|
|Flooding factor for Class A/C Fires||0.484 kg/m³|
|PBPK (5 minutes exposure)||11.5%|
|Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)||0|
|Global Warming potential (GWP)||2800|