FM-200 Agent Quantity Calculation (SI Units)

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Please check box if Material and Concentration is entered Manually

  • Select Materials
  • Enter Material
  • Enter Minimum Design Concentration
%
  • Enter Lowest Hazard Temperature (0C to 54C)
Celsius
  • Enter Elevation
ft.
  • Enter Length
meter
  • Enter Width
meter
  • Enter Height
meter
  • Material
  • Minimum Design Concentration
% volume 
  • Atmospheric Correction Factor
  • Volume
m3
  • Specific Volume
m3/kg
  • FM-200 Design Quantity
lb.
  • Select Cylinder Size
lb.
  • Total Number of FM-200 Cylinder
   

This calculation tool is intended for use in developing approximate estimates of the material and equipment budgeting purposes. It shall not be used as a substitute in determining material and quantity requirements as defined in Kidde Fire Systems design manuals and applicable NFPA standards.

 

For more information. Please contact us: Sales@TTLCompany.com

 

Kidde Fire System Version 1.0 | Developed by Joseph Ho

 

400 Main Street

 Ashland, MA 01721

 Phone: (866) 287-2531

 www.kiddefiresystems.com

 

 

FM-200 Agent Quantity Calculation (SI Units)

 

 
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1. FM-200 Agent Quantity Calculation Data
  • Materials
  • Minimum Design Concentration
  • Lowest Hazard Temperature (0C to 54C)
  • Elevation
  • Atmospheric Correction Factor
  • Length
  • Width
  • Height
  • Specific Volume
  • Volume
  • Design FM-200 Quantity
  • Selected Minimum FM-200 Cylinder Size
  • Number of FM-200 Cylinder Required
   

This calculation tool is intended for use in developing approximate estimates of the material and equipment budgeting purposes. It shall not be used as a substitute in determining material and quantity requirements as defined in Kidde Fire Systems design manuals and applicable NFPA standards.

 

For more information. Please contact us: Sales@TTLCompany.com

 

Kidde Fire System Version 1.0 | Developed by Joseph Ho