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eXess Safety Technology Introduced In Ghana
 
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30-Mar-2012  
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eXess Safety Technology, a gadget used to suppress fire, has been introduced in Ghana with a call on Ghanaians to patronise the product to save life and property.

Mr Franz Stuhlbacher, Inventor of the gadget from Austria, introducing it at a ceremony in Accra on Thursday, said domestic gas users, fuel station owners, gas and fuel tank users would need to be equipped with the gadget.

According to him, the eXess gadget could also be put in bags and is easy to install in underground gas and petrol tanks to avoid any accidental explosion and was suitable for solid, non combustible and easy removable substances.

He said more than 90 per cent of the gas stations were already equipped with eXess gadgets in Austria and advised Ghanaians to patronise the gadget to save their property.

Madam Frana Abaya-Wuni, Director of ANARF Concepts, local agents of eXess gadgets, said eXess would soon flood the Ghanaian market for use and called for a tax waiver to ensure that the constant fire outbreaks in the country are reduced.

She said the technology had been designed to protect the roof, which had been recognised as the most advanced fire suppression technology in the world saying, “The eXess Floating Roof Solution is the world’s newest, most advanced and effective response to explosions and fires”.

Madam Abaya-Wuni said, with eXess, fire would be extinguished before spreading and the use of eXess would drastically reduce fire and smoke adding that fire could be extinguished much easier.

During a demonstration at the Teshie Military Range, participants were astonished as to how a gas cylinder filled with eXess was shot at without explosion while a container filled with petrol without eXess product ended up in high flames when shot at.
 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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