Fire System Part for Ansul R-102. 3 gallon capacity stainless steel agent tank. Pressure: 100 psi; Test pressure: 300 psi; Burst pressure: 600 psi. Adapter assembly included.


  1. Tank Material: The tank included in this package is constructed from high-quality stainless steel. Stainless steel is chosen for its durability, corrosion resistance, and ability to withstand high-pressure conditions commonly encountered in fire suppression systems.
  2. Capacity: The tank has a capacity of 3 gallons (approximately 11.36 liters) of fire suppression agent. This capacity is typically sufficient for smaller to medium-sized applications.
  3. Package Inclusions: The package typically includes the stainless steel tank itself, along with associated components necessary for installation and operation within a fire suppression system. These components may include mounting brackets, fittings, valves, and other hardware required for proper integration.
  4. Activation Mechanism: The tank package is designed to work in conjunction with a release mechanism, such as an AUTOMAN Mechanical Regulating Release, to activate the discharge of the fire suppression agent when a fire is detected. The specific activation mechanism may vary depending on the configuration of the fire suppression system and the application requirements.
  5. Compatibility: The tank package is compatible with ANSUL fire suppression systems and is designed to meet the standards and requirements set forth by ANSUL for reliable and effective fire suppression.
  6. Applications: This tank package is suitable for use in a variety of applications, including but not limited to commercial kitchens, restaurants, food trucks, paint booths, and other environments where fire hazards exist and require suppression.
  7. Certifications and Compliance: The tank package may be certified by relevant regulatory agencies or standards organizations to ensure compliance with safety and performance standards.
  8. Installation and Maintenance: Proper installation and regular maintenance are essential for ensuring the continued effectiveness and reliability of the fire suppression system. Installation should be carried out by qualified technicians following the manufacturer’s guidelines, and regular inspections and maintenance should be performed according to the system’s specifications.