Halon 1301

Summary

Halon 1301 (Bromotrifluoromethane) is the most effective fire extinguishing agent, but because of its high ozone depleting potential, the production of Halon 1301 was banned in 1994 as part of the Montreal Protocol. Since then we have specialized in safely and effectively reclaiming Halon 1301 for critical users.

ALTERNATIVE NAMES: Bromotrifluoromethane, Trifluorobromomethane, Monobromotrifluoromethane, Trifluoromethyl bromide, Bromofluoroform, Carbon monobromide trifluoride, Halon 1301, BTM, Freon 13BI, Freon FE 1301, R 13B1, Halon 1301 BTM. 

We are proud of the role we have played in sourcing and supplying of recycled and reclaimed Halon from existing stocks of banked and decommissioned Halon for those applications that to date, due to technical and economical challenges still have a heavy reliance on Halon 1301.

Visit our Halon Bank & Related Services Page here

Applications

  • Other
    Other *

*Critical use fire suppression systems

Product Features & Benefits

Halon is a liquefied, compressed gas that stops the spread of fire by chemically disrupting combustion.

  • No residue.
  • Safe for human exposure.
  • Effective for flammable liquids & electrical fires (B:C).
  • Electrically non-conductive.
  • Best performing clean agent fire suppression gas depletes ozone layer.

 

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