Oxyman - Oxygen Management
Health Care & Fire Prevention.
"Doctor says : Prevention is better than cure.
Fireman says : Oxyman is better than suppression ."
Why Oxyman
We realized long ago that most of the suppression systems react when fire and smoke already occur and even than there is no guarantee that they would accomplish the task and there was always a need of simple , economical and effective system to provide 24 x 7 protection .
It was Oxyman  hypoxic air, oxygen reduction  technology was developed as proactive solution to Give what customers were looking for long.
While doing maintenance we realized that many systems once installed are never properly tested again and most of the time fails when required.
There is no other full proof system to continuously perform , demonstrate , display and to give peace of mind by nearly giving fire free protection.
Hypoxic air fire prevention systems do not completely replace conventional suppression systems . To make best use of this technology , it is to be used only in the most suitable critical areas with proper study & evaluation

We are proud of our association with LPG Spain and are the sole Agent in U.A.E from year 2000 for the following products.

Inert Gas Systems
IG 55 Argon - Nitrogen
IG 100 Nitrogen
IG 01 Argon

( LPG Not promoting IG 541 in U.A.E )

Clean Agent Systems

( LPG Not promoting NOVEC 1230 in U.A.E )

CO2 Systems

Water Mist Systems
High Pressure


The patented, FM approved groundbreaking technology from ACAF Systems, Inc. is the next generation in AFFF foam fire suppression. Powerful, efficient, self contained, and environmentally sound, the SC series is the new way to fight special hazard flammable liquid fires using compressed air foam. No water or electricity means they can be used anywhere. ACAF Systems, Inc. is now FM approved.

Low current system

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Press Fit

Isotubi s.l. has been working in the stainless steel world for more than 25 years and started in ME with Warner safety and others from year 2012.

Both of their production and quality control processes are Certified by TÜV according to the ISO9001:2008 norm. They also hold the main european approvals for their products and processes: AD M erkblatt (Germany), 97/23/CE pressure equipments directive, CERTIF (Portugal), DVGW (Germany), Numepress TÜV product certificate (Spain and Portugal) and DNV approval for tubes and fittings for ships.

Vid Fire

VID Fire-Kill ApS is a company specializing in manufacturing of water spray and low pressure water mist fire protection concepts & equipment, and related products as valves, detection systems, and controls.
Amongst products you will find automatic nozzles, combined nozzle and pipe systems, deluge systems, small local fire extinguishing systems and valves and controls. The systems are adequate for protection of multiple applications and locations such as buildings, high risk areas, residential areas, process areas, machinery, archives, tunnels, car parks, staircases, on shore and off shore applications etc..
All the products are produced in-house to offer the highest quality to our clients.

The company is situated in Svendborg, Denmark, and is a CPH 2002 Group company. The CPH 2002 Group also includes companies such as the concept and component developing company VID ApS, and the full scale fire test center Danish Fire Laboratories (DFL) ApS. This creates unique foundations for VID Fire Kill ApS to produce products providing safe fire protection, since we offer you more than 20 years of experience from designing and manufacturing fire sprinklers and water mist nozzles.

Sabo Espanol

SABO Española is a leading company in the production of water-foam fire fighting equipment. The company offers both standard and special purpose equipment. Sabo Española products are accurately manufactured and tested; their execution meets high quality standards, and all Spanish and International regulations commonly in use.
For more than 20 years Sabo Española products have been sold and installed all over the world, always to the client’s complete satisfaction.
High quality and a broad product range have given Sabo Española the leadership position with an ever-increasing range of activities in this highly competitive field. water foam fire fighting system.

Inertons - True Clean agents for Fire suppression
INERTON -IG-01 , INERTON - IG-55, INERTON -IG-100 @ 200 & 300 BAR
An inert gas is a gas which does not undergo chemical reactions under a set of given conditions. The noble gases and nitrogen often do not react with many substances.
Inert gases are used generally to avoid unwanted chemical reactions degrading a sample. These undesirable chemical reactions are often oxidation and hydrolysis reactions
with the oxygen and moisture in air.
Purified nitrogen and argon gases are most commonly used as inert gases due to their high natural abundance (78% N2, 1% Ar in air) and low relative cost.
The inert gases are obtained by fractional distillation of air.
Advantage of Inert gas :
Safe for valuable equipment - Safe for the environment -Maintains extinguishing concentrations
No decomposition products- No thermal shock or ice formation
Non toxic-Non conductive- Non corrosive- Does not burn- No residues
CO2 Systems
For non occupied areas, provided with or without continuous weight monitoring of extinguishing agent contents
FM200 - 25 Bar / 42 Bar / 65 bar
Colourless, almost odourless & non-conductive gas
Zero Ozone Depletion Potential
Safe for human occupied areas
Greenhouse effect potential : 2800.
Acts by fire cooling and a little by oxygen reduction and chemical action
Is the gas that requires the minimum quantity of cylinders needed.
Minimum Green house potential among the chemical agents
The most known chemical agent ever sold.
CO2 Systems
FM200 - 25 Bar / 42 Bar / 65 bar
Water Mist   Human Friendly Solution

The advantages of 3 Dimensional Water mist systems offer following advantages as :

  • Rapid extinguishment using minimal water quantities and thus help water conservation.
  • Safe for use in manned areas
  • No environmental risk
  • Rapid temperature reduction
  • Minimal secondary damages or energy requirement
  • Cost effective yet simple system with least maintenance
  • Performance based state of art systems
  • connected to main riser or independent system

A primary difference between water mist systems and sprinkler systems is the philosophy of protection. The objective of sprinkler systems is to provide an acceptable degree of fire control/fire suppression prior to intervention by the Fire Service or others.


Water mist systems however are generally designed for fire extinguishing which takes place quite rapidly with limited water supplies. Water mist systems can be used to give fire control, but where this is the primary objective of the system consideration should be given to the duration of discharge with respect to intervention of the Fire Service or others.


This situation also applies where water mist systems are considered for temperature control and exposure protection; consideration should be given in the design to the occurrence of re-ignition and appropriate measures taken.


Water mist systems for Areas with Class A fire as single³ or which operate over a range of pressures typically from 6 Bar to 140 Bar. Nozzles used in water mist systems are specifically designed for the purpose and closed with an integral quick response detector with working pressure from 6 bar up to 140 bar and connected to existing Wet riser line . wherever applicable systems can be integrated with traditional detection to form automatic deluge and wet pipe type arrangements. Used on class ‘A’ fires1 involving solid materials including fires involving electronic equipment.


Not the inlet pressure but water droplets smaller than 300 microns in diameter are a key parameter of water mist systems. In contrast, sprinkler systems operate with water droplet sizes between 100 and up to 2000 microns, which are comparatively Not effective on Class A and some Class B fires but cause lot of water wastage .


System design is a function of a number of variables which may include the specialist contractor to provide the details following:

  • Design objectives · Fire hazard classification · Risk analysis · Risk geometry with CFD · Ventilation factor
  • Health, Safety and Environmental impact · Enclosure characteristics · Nozzle spray characteristics / droplet Size / velocity etc.
  • Effects of obstructions to mist coverage · Detection systems and equipment interface · Water quality
  • Fire load Calculation & Heat absorption per ltr · Duration of discharge time as minimum 30 minutes.

Risks involving Class A combustibles, and an extended duration of discharge is required, the recommendations contained in the manufacturer’s design manual shall be followed.
As many of the design elements are risk specific and relate to unique test work carried out by the original equipment manufacturer, only applications listed as suitable by the water mist equipment manufacturer should be considered.



Tunnel Fire Protection - Transformer protection – Generator Protection – Lift
machine room protection – Museum protection and many More.

Complete design assistance is provided to client and consultants.

Complete specification is available on request .