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New VID Fire-Kill Solution!

January 22, 2021

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new solution – The FIREKILL™ Low Pressure Watermist Standalone System Model SAS!

The Standalone system is a low pressure watermist system for total flooding...

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New VID Fire-Kill Distributor in Austria!

January 20, 2021

We are excited to announce yet another VID Fire-Kill distribution partnership!

We welcome Austrian Fire Expert Solutions (FES) to our list of distributors! With locations in both Steyregg and Antau, FES covers...

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Manufacturing Technology Insights Names VID Fire-Kill as a Top 10 Industrial Safety and Security Provider in Europe!

January 15, 2021

We are proud to announce that VID Fire-Kill has been recognized by Manufacturing Technology Insights as one of the top 10 Industrial Safety and Security Providers in Europe 2020.

Every year, Manufacturing Techn...

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Webinar on the New European Watermist Standard EN14972

January 07, 2021

On 26th January VID Fire-Kill will be hosting a free webinar (English language) on the new European Watermist Standard EN14972.

After more than 20 years of development, the EN 14972-1:2020 is finally becoming a...

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New DnVGL Approval – Cable Tunnel Solution

December 15, 2020

Our Low Pressure Watermist solution for protection of cable tunnels has obtained DnVGL approval.

The solution covers cable tunnels up to 3.75 m in height and with airflows up to 4.1 m/s in both open nozzle and...

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