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    Using intelligent algorithms in surveillance cameras, BOSCH can identify smoke and flames as soon as they come into the range of the camera instead of having to wait for smoke to migrate to state-of-the-art smoke detectors.......Bosch’s new video-based fire detection system represents a new generation in threat-detection capabilities. Utilising a unique, scientifically tested physical detection model, Bosch technology spots fires and disturbances, predicts behavior to reduce false alarms and speeds reaction time—helping you stop threats before they spread.Accurate video fire detection Within SecondsVideo Fire Detectionslider-elementslider-element
    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

    Fire Detection Systems

    Full-Service Fire Alarms, Security & Life Safety Company

    Fire Eater is an Elite Bosch, EST, Ziton, GST, Aritech, GST, VESDA | Xtralis, Technoswitch, and GE Fire Alarm Engineered Systems Installer (ESI) located in Cape Town, specialising in the Design, Build, and Installation of Fire Alarm Systems. Our services include but are not limited to the Design and Engineering of Fire Alarm and Life Safety systems within the SANS Regulations; the maintenance and servicing of Bosch & Ziton Fire Alarm equipment and other Life Safety products via top manufacturers; Fire System Programming and Testing; Project Management, Maintenance & Troubleshooting, Quarterly and Annual Inspections in and around the Greater western Cape areas. Fire Alarm System Types 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.

    Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm Systems

    The detection principle of an Addressable System is similar to a Conventional System except that the Control Panel can determine exactly which detector or call point has initiated the alarm. The detection circuit is wired as a loop and up 254 devices may be connected to each loop. The detectors are essentially Conventional Detectors, with an address built in. The address in each detector is set by dip switches and the Control Panel is programmed to display the information required when that particular detector is operated. Additional Field Devices are available which may be wired to the loop for detection only i.e. it is possible to detect a normally open contact closing such as sprinkler flow switch, or a normally closed contact opening. Sounders are wired in a minimum of two sounder circuits exactly as a Conventional System. Loop Isolation Modules are available for fitting on to the detection loop/loops such that the loop is sectioned in order to ensure that a short circuit or one fault will only cause the loss of a minimal part of the system.

    Multi-Criteria Detectors

    Multi-sensor alarms (or multi-criteria alarms) detect more than one fire phenomena, for example optical and heat detection. They may also include other detection capabilities, such as carbon monoxide detection. A multi-sensor alarm provides early warning of fire and can significantly reduce the number of unwanted false alarms in certain circumstances.

    Smoke alarms for the deaf and hard of hearing

    Smoke and Fire indicators for the deaf and hearing impaired take one of two forms; visual, with the use of a beacon; or tactile, in the form of a vibrating pad placed under a pillow

    Heat Detectors

    Heat detectors will detect abnormally high temperatures or rapid rises in temperature and alert you of potential fire. They detect changes in ambient temperature, and send an alarm state to the FCP

    Smoke Detectors

    Smoke Detectors or sensors, are sensitive to smoke in the surrounding atmosphere. these products determining smoke with the use of ionisation, scattered or transmitted light and are intended for use in fire detection and fire alarm systems installed in buildings

    Sounders

    These devices are the fire detection and alarm system’s means for alerting the occupants of a building to potential or imminent danger from fire. Sounders vary in size and shape and the sounder output varies in level, frequency range and temporal pattern, but all must comply with the EN54 requirements of the same product standard.

    Visual Alarm Bacons

    visual alarm devices (VADs), in the form of beacons or combined sounder/beacons, have been part of fire alarm systems, mainly to satisfy the needs of the Equality Act. These devices assist the hard of hearing or staff working in noisy environments to recognise when a fire alarm has been raised.

    Manual Call Points

    A Break Glass Call Point is a device which enables personnel to raise the alarm by breaking the frangible element on the fascia | Despite advanced technology, still the most reliable form of fire detection is human observation. For this reason fire detection and alarm systems always include the Manual Call Point (MCP), which allows a building occupant to raise the alarm to evacuate the building