ECN is committed to its customers to bring them the solutionsfor protection against fire and gas detection, for its staff and facilities. Specialists in:

Design, engineering and installations approved by NFPA and FM

  • Plant Drawings with elevations.
  • Mounting detail and endurance.
  • Hydraulic calculations.
  • Hydraulic reference nodes.
  • Electrical calculations.
  • Electrical connection diagram.
  • Technical sheet for devices.
  • Catalog of concepts.
  • Others applicable to your design …


Alarm and Detection Systems (Fire and Gas)


Fire detection and alarm

These are electronic devices, to give early warning in case of fire. By detecting smoke, heat, flame, etc.


Gas detection and alarm

The gas detection systems allow us to protect areas under threat from hazardous gases and provide early warning in case of leakage or maintain efficient leakage control. Detection of Ammonia, hydrogen, chlorine, sulfuric acid, explosive atmospheres, CO2, HCN and others.


Supression Systems


Sprinkler systems

Automatic sprinkler systems are activated by trigger bulbs or fuses, this when the heat of a fire acts on the bulb, the liquid boils and the steam pressure breaks the glass, releasing the water pressure. For industrial, mining, chemical plants, refineries and other high-risk industries.



Deluge Systems

A deluge system refers specifically to the use of water spray applied directly to the element to be protected. Unlike a sprinkler system, the nozzles do not have a bulb or fuse as sprinklers so the pipes are dried until the time of shooting. Firing a deluge system can be done electrically by automatic or manual detection of a fire.


Special extinguishing systems (ECARO-25, MicroMist, Foam and Novec 1230)



Based agents produce a stable foam of mass air filled bubbles, which are smaller than gasoline, oil and water density. The foam consists of three ingredients: water, foam concentrate and air.


In the case of clean agent, the agent discharges a penetrating gas, which leaves no residue to damage sensitive equipment, also reducing the cost of cleaning.


Hydrant Network(Internal and External)



Network of Internal hydrants

Located inside of buildings, warehouses, factories, offices, etc. Installed in a cabinet with a water inlet valve, cut and gauge to check the power status.

Network of External hydrants

They are located in the outer zones of the property, with enough space, they can be a type of cabinet or post so firefighters can attach their hoses.

Maintenance policy by event/year

  • External audit..
  • Ensure the quality of fire protection system.
  • Keep the equipment in operation without false alarms.
  • Verification of the installed systems.
  • Repair.


Evaluation Methods:


  •  N.F.P.A. (National Fire Protection Association) Flyer, 13, 14, 20, 24, 25, 72, 101.