The FIRE Panel is a passive non-electric fire suppression system that is made of a plastic polymer shell designed to conform and to encapsulate any flammable fluid or gas storage container. Housed within the plastic polymer shell is a dry chemical extinguishing agent known as Black Widow. During a ballistic event the penetrators that would typical travel through a flammable fluid containment system, must first pass through the FIRE Panel before compromising the storage container. These penetrators cause a release of Black Widow that clouds and inerts the atmosphere around the storage container. The cloud of Black Widow mixes with the air and fuel mixture and disrupts the process that allows combustion to occur and prevents a fire from ever occurring. This technology has been used on several military vehicles and has passed objective and threshold level testing conducted at Aberdeen Proving Grounds.