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Specify the size of your engine compartment
Your engine compartment size m³
Minimal volume of extinguishant
Minimal quantity of nozzles

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Approved by R107

Fogmaker approved in accordance with latest international standard for fire suppression systems in buses.

Fogmaker has also made the first fire suppression system available that has the type approval:  

UNECE Regulation No.107 Cert. No. 06001 (2017-01-18)

Class I and II- City buses

Class III- Coaches

Vehicle class
FSS R107 compulsory date
Vehicle types
Final date

Class III

11th of july 2017

New vehicle types

11th of July 2019

Class I and II

1st of september 2020

New vehicle types

1st of September 2021

First fire suppression system approved in accordance with R107

Fogmaker approved in accordance with latest international standard for fire suppression systems in bus.
Fogmaker became the first manufacturer to implement the official tests with successful results in October 201s.6. Fogmaker has also made the first fire suppression system available that has the type approval –                                                                             

UNECE Regulation No.107 Cert. No. 06001 (2017-01-18).

Fire testing procedure follows four tests from SP method 4912, see results below:


Specifics for a R107-approved Fogmaker system*:

*Depending on the risk assessment for each specific engine, upscaling of extinguishant volume and number of nozzles will occur – the data below is the minimum requirement for the stated engine compartment gross volume.

– Gross volume “engine compartment”: 4 m³
– Extinguishant volume: 6.1 litres
– Number of spray nozzles: 11 pcs
– Type of nozzle: “Hollow cone nozzle” 1.2 l/min
– Distance most remote nozzle: 8 m

More information about UNECE Regulation 107:

Legislation towards improved fire safety in buses and coaches in Europe (47 contracting parties applying)
Fixed installed FSS (Fire suppression system) will be a part of the bus manufacture´s vehicle approval
The requirement of installation of FSS applies to the vehicle
FSS systems can be approved as a “component” by test in a defined test rig or installed in a specific engine compartment
R107 covers the following vehicles exceeding 22 passengers:
– Class I (standing passengers)
– Class II (seated and standing passengers. City buses)
– Class III (seated passengers. Coaches)
Time frame of implementation: