Security fog protection -
a well-proven technology
Burglary protection with fog is not a new concept. The
technology behind security fog protection is more than 50 years
We have all seen the smoke effects at discos and in the theatre.
The fog or 'smoke' used for burglary protection is just as dry and
harmless. Theatre smoke has been in use for more than 50 years, so
the technology behind the fog cannon is tried and tested.
The UK was the birthplace of the so-called smoke cannon to combat
burglary. In the UK, security fog protection has been used for 20
years. Today, security fog protection is now a common security
system in the UK, generally recognised as the most effective means
of combating burglaries.
>>> Danish PROTECT, one of the largest and most
experienced manufacturer of fog cannons in the world, is from 2001.
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how a fog cannon works
The technology behind a fog cannon is simple: When the fluid is
forced through a very hot heating element, it becomes a dry, white
and very dense cloud.
The fog is dry and completely harmless
The fluid is a special mixture ratio of water and glycol, so the
fog spreads throughout the entire space - high and low.
The fog does not leave any moisture and is completely
harmless for humans, animals, electronics and fixtures. We
recommend airing out the premises after the first time the fog
cannon has been activated.
Read testimonials from users of PROTECT security fog protection.
Works with all types of alarm systems
A fog cannon is an accessory to an alarm system. Fog cannons
from PROTECT are compatible with all alarm systems. When a burglar
activates the alarm, it automatically activates one or more fog
The intelligent fog cannon
can be adjusted with different timings and to operate with or
without a pulsing action (to maintain fog level) depending on the
size of the space.
In this dense cloud, the burglar immediately becomes completely
disoriented and escapes the way he got in.
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