Systems Fire Detection / Suppression


The fire detection systems, commonly referred to as fire alarm, are important means of protection and accident prevention for any kind of infrastructure. Ensuring that it will alert you whenever there is an outbreak of fire.

A fire detection system is composed of several types of detection devices, optical / thermal, thermal optical detectors, flame, gas detectors manual alarm devices (panic) etc.., Placed in strategic locations in order to detect and alert for any situation that needs intervention, with manual or automatic extinguishing systems.

The audible or visual warning must exist in the place and occurrences can be transmitted by several routes to Control center (the Alarm Monitoring center), or firefighters, such as GSM, SMS, NET, phone call, etc..

The fire detection system should be used in any sector of activity, such as: Banking, Commerce, Industries, Public Institutions, Schools, Hospitals, Museums, residences, etc..

Because of its specialized use, the fire detection system can and should be used as a complement to several security systems and services.

Gas Detection Systems

The most common method used to automatically monitor hazardous gas leaks is installing multiple sensors at locations that have a higher likelihood of leakage. These sensors are usually connected electronically to a multi-channel controller, located some distance away in a safe area free from sources of gas components with display an audible and optical alarm, recording devices etc.. This method is generally described as a system of fixed point. As the name implies, it is permanently in the area (as a platform offshore, oil refinery, cold storage in laboratories etc.).

In the case of monitoring toxic gas (and some combustible) systems, the atmosphere is usually analyzed in locations outside of the unit, and the gases are led to a pump sensors using various synthetic narrow diameter tubes. Suction systems.

There are three main types of threats related to gases:

Risk of fire and / or explosion, for example, methane, butane and propane

Risk of poisoning, such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine

Risk of suffocation, for example, lack of oxygen. Oxygen may be consumed or displaced by another gas

Avoid the silent death, protect yourself, the objective of the systems are alert and avoid before you suffer the irreversible effects of gases.

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