Guardian Fire Shield™ Features

Buys You Valuable Time

Because modern homes and furnishings burn 8x faster and produce 200x more poisonous smoke, firefighters are fighting the clock more than ever. They love the Guardian Fire Shield™, as it buys them, and you, precious time.

Affordable Peace of Mind

Because modern homes and furnishings burn 8x faster and produce 200x more poisonous smoke, firefighters are fighting the clock more than ever. They love the Guardian Fire Shield™, as it buys them, and you, precious time.

No False Beeps/Alarms

Since the Guardian Fire Shield™ is heat-activated, not smoke-activated, it won’t trigger in low-risk instances of accidental smoke. Only when a real fire is present will the Guardian Fire Shield™ discharge the MSDS safe, non-toxic, dry chem into the room.

Self-Activated Fire Suppress (S.A.F.S) vs. an Fire Extinguisher

Independently tested to provide effective fire suppression in at least a 16’x16′ area.

Installation couldn’t be simpler. A 5″ hole can be cut with a regular handheld keyhole saw, and the Guardian Fire Shield™ slides easily into this hole between floor joists.

Left alone, the Guardian Fire Shield™ can protect your loved ones and your valuables for 5 years (not including battery replacement for testing purposes).

Unlike water suppression, the dry-chem agent in the Guardian Fire Shield™ does not cause extensive damage when discharged.

Since cold temperatures don’t affect performance, the Guardian Fire Shield™ is perfect for use in outbuildings of all kinds (no power is required either).

The heat-activated trigger means the Guardian Fire Shield™ will not discharge in the presence of smoke. It must be extremely hot (i.e. a real fire) in order for the unit to automatically discharge.

The super-fine ABC dry-chem agent inside the Guardian Fire Shield™ cleans up easily with a vacuum in the event of a discharge.

Operating independently, the Guardian Fire Shield™ can be placed virtually anywhere added protection is needed, without expensive plumbing or installation costs. The dry-chem agent used in the Guardian Fire Shield is safe when discharged, as it is essentially a form of baking soda.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the Guardian Fire Shield™, please let us know. We are happy to help.