Watermist is defined as water droplets less than 1mm in diameter.

How does it work?
Water from the mains or a tank, flows through distribution pipework and is “atomized” to many very fine droplets, as it passes through a water mist nozzle.  Many tiny water droplets create a greater total surface area per liter of water.

The smaller droplets absorb the heat from the fire, and lowers the temperature quickly. The fine droplets in and around the fire «boils» over from water to steam, or water vapor, which is an inert gas. This conversion to water vapor, dramatically increases the volume of water, up by almost 1700 times. The water vapor displaces the oxygen near the fire, and suffocates it.

The droplets that are not converted to water vapor, will wet the surrounding area and prevent the fire from spreading.

Effectively, the fire is attacked from all sides of the Fire Triangle – Heat, Fuel and Oxygen.



Exploiting water more efficiently has its’ obvious benefits;

  • The systems demand less water, smaller water intake or tank
  • Smaller dimensions on pipes and fittings
  • Easier and faster installation and replacement
  • Discrete and space-saving design in corrosion-free materials
  • Low maintenance costs due to high quality corrosion free components
  • Effective fire suppression solution that attacks all three sides of the fire-triangle simultaneously
  • Non-toxic fire extinguishing with reduced water consumption
  • Minimal interruption of the daily operation in case of fire




LPCB Certificate - 15/12/2016

First company with LPCB certified and listed water mist nozzles.

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BS 8458, INSTA 900-3 - 10/05/2017

BRE Global Test Report

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BS- DD 8458, INSTA 900-3 - 10/03/2011

The first company to pass fire testing to BS and INSTA Residential and domestic water mist test.

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BS 8489-7 Low hazard occupancies, OH-1 - 19/01/2017

The first company to have passed the BS 8489-7 Category 3 fire tests.

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SP fire test report - Underground parking garages - 11/01/2013

Fire testing parking garages, Ordinary hazard, OH-2

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BS 9252 - 23/08/2011

Fire testing sidewall nozzles to the Residential and domestic standard BS 9252

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IMO Res. 265 (84) - 04/01/2010

International Maritime Organization (IMO) test methods for Public Space

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Low Pressure Watermist in Residential House Demonstration
3 low pressure water mist nozzles putting out a fire in a barn (10bar)
3 low pressure water mist nozzles putting out a fire in a barn (5bar)
Outside Fire Extinguishing with Prevent Systems Water Spray Nozzle
Advantages of low pressure water mist