Passenger & Commercial Vessels– expanding the terms - cruise ships, ferries, or riverboats require an individual approach to the safety of the people on board and the integrity of the assets.

Ultra Fog’s reliable, fast-acting extinguishing system can be integrated with onboard monitoring and detection systems to maximize the ability to detect and control a fire incident on board. Our system uses a reduced quantity of water and has an unlimited discharge time, which enables the vessel to cope effectively even with the most severe fire event. Also, the using of the water is non-toxic and can be safely discharged without the need to evacuate passengers and crew.
With a single nozzle, we can protect up to 48m2. This wider spacing passes on a considerable saving to the customer in reducing the cost and time required for system installation.

As a turnkey solution, Ultra Fog has emerged as ‘Best in Class’ in terms of price, quality, and water/power consumption requirements. All marine fire suppression systems are rigorously tested and approved according to IMO rules, and follow a Class Register inspected routine annual maintenance program to satisfy legal requirements.

In response to increased stringency in Class requirements for system maintenance and inspection, Ultra Fog has also developed a nozzle test tool, which facilitates and encourages onboard crew to ensure that their water mist system remains fully functional throughout its lifetime.

The Ultra Fog nozzle tool releases the piston and allows water to flow through the nozzles without breaking the glass bulb. The effect is to check whether the piston is working correctly, and allow flushing of the ends of the distribution pipes, displacing and syphoning away any sediment which might have built up. A flow monitor can verify that the correct flow of water can issue from the nozzle when the system is activated. The ability for the crew to use this tool for fast and effective nozzle maintenance without the need for a specialized technician to come on board, means that an onboard daily or weekly routine of nozzle verification can be introduced – saving time, saving money but above all, ensuring that this first response safety system is fully functional and active at all times.