inControl Systems - Torrent Series Automatic Fire Extinguishers act fast to stop fires before they can spread and damage your assets. With discharge times of 10 seconds or less, installations benefit from fast response to the danger posed by fire.

Totally self-contained and fully automatic, the Torrent Fire Extinguishers require no external power or connections, yet they maintain fire protection around the clock, delivering years of reliable service. Installation takes just minutes, and relocation is easily accomplished to suit changing fire protection needs.


  • ULC Listed, Accepted by Canadian Coast Guard, US Coast Guard Approved

  • FM-200 / HFC227ea clean agent for effective fire protection

  • On board pressure gauge for easy status checks

  • Integrated heat detector (sprinkler bulb) reacts instantly to fire conditions

  • Approved for use in occupied areas

  • Suitable for Class A, B, & C hazards

  • Simple installation and maintenance

  • No residue – safe for sensitive equipment

  • Self-contained – no external power necessary

  • Mounting hardware included

  • Accessory connections for pressure switch, discharge indicator, or manual operation

  • Different temperature options for heat detection available.

What the A B C ratings mean on these Automatic ABC Fire Extinguishers


Fire extinguishers with a Class A rating are effective against fires involving paper, wood, textiles, and plastics. The primary chemical used to fight these fires is monoammonium phosphate, because of its ability to smother fires in these types of materials.


Fire extinguishers with a Class B rating are effective against flammable liquid fires. These can be fires where cooking liquids, oil, gasoline, kerosene, or paint have become ignited. Two commonly used chemicals are effective in fighting these types of fires. Monoammonium phosphate effectively smothers the fire, while sodium bicarbonate induces a chemical reaction which extinguishes the fire.


Fire extinguishers with a Class C rating are suitable for fires in “live” electrical equipment. Both monoammonium phosphate and sodium bicarbonate are commonly used to fight this type of fire because of their nonconductive properties.

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