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slider-elementslider-elementGaseous Fire Suppression Systems

Gaseous Fire Suppression or Clean Agent fire suppression are terms used to describe gases used to extinguish fires. Typically gaseous agents work in one of two ways, the first is to inert the atmosphere reducing oxygen levels to a level that will no longer sustain combustion, the second is to react chemically with the fire absorbing heat and causing the chain reaction of combustion to break down. Clean Agent fire extinguishing systems are typically used to protect three dimensional enclosures containing high value assets that are vital for business continuity, and assets that cannot be protected by traditional sprinkler systems due to the potential for water damage. Typical examples of system applications include telecommunication facilities, clean rooms, data processing centers and museums

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Effective video surveillance depends on accurately detecting and identifying objects, people or incidents, so that appropriate action can be taken. Conventional video surveillance cameras will have difficulties capturing usable images in complete darkness or under other challenging conditions such as smoke or fog, or when subjects are hiding or obscured by a complex background Detecting any intruder that crosses your chosen perimeter, Thermal network cameras are your first line of strength. Besides alerting active physical response, they mesh perfectly with other network cameras, so you can make the most of your video surveillance capability Surveillance with a 100% capabilityNo Place To Hide
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Electronic Fire Detection

Whatever burns never returns..

Over 70% of businesses involved in a major fire either do not reopen, or subsequently fail within 3 years of the fire.” Scary stuff! But is it true?

In the event of a fire, Gaseous or waterless fire suppression is typically used to protect mission critical equipment, lives and assets from harm. Once the system has been triggered, the gaseous clean agent reaches the room in which a fire has been detected, usually in seconds, the nozzles direct the agent toward a particular fire-filled zone. As the agent floods the room, the oxygen content is diluted enough to snuff out the fire and prevent combustion. These systems are life, asset and equipment savers. Ideally used in your data centre, archive, museum, library etc. to limit the damage and prevent the spread of a fire.Waterless Fire suppression Protecting a Data CenterFire Suppressionslider-elementslider-element

Waterless Fire Suppression and Gas Solutions

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Gaseous fire suppression is a term used to describe the use of inert gases and chemical agents to extinguish fires, also known as clean agent fire suppression systems. These gaseous mixtures leave no residue behind and are designed to protect enclosures where there is a need for quick reaction to extinguishing a fire. A fire detection system is needed to trigger the gas suppression system.

These clean agents are governed by the NFPA Standard for Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems. Approval listings include UL, ULC, FM, SABS and MEA. Gasses we use include FM200, Novec, CO², Inergen, Pyroshield, Pro-Inert and Argonite. The most common uses for gas fire suppression systems are in server and computer rooms, MCC cabinets, museums, libraries, art galleries, archives, document stores, and medical and pharmaceutical applications..

Fire Eater provide a multitude of fire detection options, from conventional Fire alarm system to Intelligent addressable fire Alarm solutions. There are essentially two different types of fire detection systems: addressable systems and conventional systems. An addressable system is able to pinpoint the location of each and every detector and other devices, where a conventional system only differentiates between zones. A selection of application specific detectors can be utilised on either system. Detectors include optical smoke detectors, heat detectors, linear detectors, beam detectors, gas detectors, aspirating air sampling detectors and many more. Fire detection systems are widely used in offices, hotels, warehouses, factories and mines, to name a few.


Conventional Fire Alarm Systems

Conventional fire alarm systems and its components are all wired to the same cable on that Zone that connects them to a fire alarm control panel. The control panel displays a signal when these components activate. These types of systems are very cost effective and work very well in small to medium size facilities.

The main drawback with conventional fire alarm systems is when the detection component produces a signal triggering positive fire alarm you will only be notified of the Zone displaying “FIRE” so if you have a multitude of detectors on a zone and one of the detectors triggers that activation and it appears on the control panel as a Zone activation there is no immediate way to knowing exactly which detector in the Zone {i.e. Downstairs Store room} has triggered the alarm. If you foresee this to be a problem you may want to consider an addressable fire alarm system.

Advantages:
  • Cost Effective for small to medium size installations
  • Ease of use and maintenance

 

Disadvantages:
  • Limitations on expansion
  • Detection of smoke or a fire is done by zone, which could be multiple areas rather than specifying a specific location.
  • This could delay emergency responders from locating the fire.
  • Conventional panels are often called “unintelligent” panels because of the inability to provide detail information, such as…Device locations.
  • Limited details on event history.
  • No internet connection for notification of alarm/trouble/supervisory events.