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  • 1. Comprehensive Fire Technologies, Inc.
  • 2. Company Profile
    • 75 Years combined Experience
    • Departments: Engineering, Installation, Project Management, and Service
    • Local, regional, and national customers
    • Technicians strategically located throughout NJ, PA, and DE
    • Headquarters located in central New Jersey
  • 3. Services
    • Complete Installation – Union, Non-Union Projects
    • Testing and Certification
    • Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Contracts
    • 24 hour Emergency Service
    • System Recharging – 24 Hour Guaranty
    • Room Pressurization and Integrity Testing
    • Assistance with Design, Engineering and Specification
    • Consulting
  • 4. Markets
    • Data Centers, Computer Rooms, Data Storage, and Telecommunications.
    • Power Plants, Refineries, Turbine Generators, and Chemical Plants
    • Micro Environments and CNC Machines
    • National “Key” Account Program
  • 5. Client History
    • Types of current projects
    • Currently 45 open projects in 23 states and Puerto Rico
    • Key National Clients: Iron Mountain and T-Mobile
    • Key Regional Clients: D&E Communications, Adelphia Communications and State of Delaware
  • 6. Our Niche
    • The Desired Fire Protection
    • 80% of systems sold by Comtec are not required by a national standard.
    • Our systems are secondary or supplemental to required fire protection systems.
    • We protect content, loss of use and business interruption.
  • 7. Product Offerings: Control & Releasing Systems
    • Intelligent Control & Releasing Systems
    • - Notifier - Fike
    • - Chemetron - Ansul
    • - FireLite
    • Conventional Control & Releasing Systems
    • - Notifier - Chemetron
    • - Fike - Ansul
    • - Viking - Reliable
    • - FireLite - Protectowire
  • 8. Product Offerings: Detection Equipment
    • Analog Intelligent Smoke Detection
    • - Notifier - Chemetron
    • - Fike - Ansul
    • High Sensitivity Smoke Detection
    • - Vesda (air sampling)
    • - Safe (air sampling)
    • - Notifier (laser photoelectric)
    • - CLASS (air sampling)
    • Linear Heat Detection
    • - Protectowire
    • - Alarm Line
    • Hazardous Gas Detection
    • - Detector Electronics
    • - Sensor Electronics
    • - Siear Monitor Corporation
    Flame Detectors - Detector Electronics - Fire Sentry - Pyrotector
  • 9. Product Offerings: Suppression Agents
    • Suppression Agents
    • Halon 1301: System Refill
    • FM-200 (Great Lakes Chemical Corp.): Chemetron, Pyrochem
    • Novec 1230 (3M): Chemetron, Ansul
    • FE-13 (Dupont): FireTrace
    • FE-36 (Dupont): System Refill
    • FE-25 (Dupont): FireTrace, BSCO Systems, Fike
    • FE-227 (Dupont): Buckeye, Fike
    • Argonite (Chemetron): Chemetron
    • Inergen (Ansul): Ansul
    • High Pressure CO2: Chemetron, Ansul, FireTrace, Fike
    • Low Pressure CO2: Chemetron, Ansul
    • Industrial Dry Chemical: Ansul
    • Foam: Chemguard
    • Watermist (Mother Nature): Chemetron
  • 10. Halon 1301 Availability
    • In house Banking and Recycling programs
    • Recycling and Banking – private industry, Municipalities, Military and Federal Government
    • Recirculating – distributors transfer agent from tank to tank without recycling. NOT Recommended!
    • Price and Availability?
  • 11. Inventory
    • 38,000 lbs. HFC-227ea (FM-200)
    • 17,600 lbs. Halon 1301
    • We are importing 50 tons of Halon 1301 over the next 24 months
    • 3,800 lbs FE-25
    • Cylinder advanced replacement.