SHTE® 125 is a UL Recognized Agent. SHTE® 125 25 and 42 bar systems use a wide selection of valves combined with seamless and welded cylinders ranging from 5 up to 240 LT that allows a great flexibility in the design of new installations and facilitate the retrofit of existing Halon 1301 fire protection systems. Such systems are available with UL Listing and CE Mark by LPCB UK according to EN 12094.
SHTE® 227 is a UL Recognized Agent. High (42 bar) and Low (25 bar) Pressure Engineered Systems using SHTE® 227 are UL Listed and use a wide selection of valves combined with seamless and welded cylinders ranging from 5 up to 240 LT. Such systems are also available with CE Mark by LPCB UK according to EN 12094.
SHTE® 1230 is a UL Recognized Agent. SHTE® 1230 Engineered Systems are UL Listed and use a wide selection of cylinder assemblies ranging from 5 up to 240 LT. The unique availability of multiple working pressures (25, 42 and 60 bar) allows a great flexibility in the system design. The SHTE® 1230 agent is the most environmentally sustainable halocarbon clean agent available in the market today.
Our engineers sit on important technical committees, the most important ones being NFPA 2001 and HTOC.
Wide Product Range that includes system equipment for “high and low pressure” ratings.
A sales record of about 8.000 tons of fire suppression agents sold by SHTE.
A seasoned R&D Team with more than thirty years of experience in this business.
A full line of systems approved in accordance with the US and EU regulations and fully accepted worldwide.
SHTE is currently present through a network of authorized distributors with UL Approved Alternate Manufacturing Locations (UL AML) in Middle East, North Africa, Africa, India/Bangladesh, Southeast Asia, and South America. They are responsible for assembling, filling, nozzle drilling, leak testing and applying the UL Mark.
Such locations are quarterly audited by UL located:
Kuwait, UAE, Egypt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Republic of South Africa, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Argentina, Brazil, Georgia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Oman, Qatar, Syria.