Oil, Solvents, Gases, Paints Varnish, Electrical Wiring, Live Machinery Fire, All flammable liquid and fires
OFFICE SCHOOL HOSPITAL FIRE SYSTEM
W-CO2 FIRE EXTINGUISHER: Our range of water type fire extinguisher are suitable for Class A fire. These are used to fight against fire, which involve combustible material of organic nature like wood, paper, textile, jute etc.
Useful for class 'B' & 'C' fires involving materials like fabric, oil spillages and delicate machineries. CO2 extinguishers fire by blanketing dilution of oxygen and cooling effects. B.I.S. Specification: 2878
This ABC fire extinguisher is useful for fires of class A, B & C types which involve wood, cotton, flammable liquids, grease, electrical wiring, live machineries etc. The blanketing effect of ABC powder decomposes fire quickly. B.I.S. Specification: 13849
- Mechanical foam type fire extinguisher
- Suitable for Class A & B fires
- Involving flammable more
DOWN COMER SYSTEM
It is a well-designed & well laid hydrant system which extinguish fires of serious proportions in all classes of risks. It has the ability to continues to be in full operation even if part (s) of affected buildings &/ or structures have collapsed & also keeps cool all adjoining properties. It is also a part of hydrant system to provide a pipe permanently charged with water under pressure rising through the full height of the building.
Sprinkler system is most popular system because of it’s vide applications in fire industries. It has two function to perform firstly, it detect a fire and they provide an adequate of water spray only over the vicinity of fire.
Industrial/non industrial buildings, institutional buildings, residential apartments, hotel & hospitals, mall & multi storied complexes, chemical & flammable storage yards
WET RISER SYSTEMS
The wet riser systems are permanently charged with water from a header tank above the wet riser system and will be automatically discharged in an event of an outbreak of fire.
The main difference between wet and dry risers is that dry risers systems can only be installed up to 60 metres and are not pressurised with water like wet risers.
Wet riser systems are the pipework system that will carry water to the sprinkler heads in case of a fire. Sprinkler systems are the most reliable and simple as the only operating components being the automatic sprinklers and the automatic alarm check valve. An automatic water supply provides water under pressure to the system piping. All of the piping is filled with water. Until sufficient heat is applied, causing one or more sprinklers to fuse, the automatic sprinklers prevent the water from being discharged.
Wet riser systems are a building regulations requirement in occupied buildings over 60 metres tall and form part of a buildings fire suppression system.
FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM
Automatic fire detection and alarm systems are designed to warn building occupants of a fire situation, they do not generally intervene in the fire growth process except where interfaced with a fire suppression or other fire control system. These systems generally use smoke, heat or flame detectors to detect the outbreak of fire and to alert building occupants and the fire brigade. Manual call points which allow an occupant who discovers fire to raise the alarm may also be included in the system.
Single station residential smoke alarms,
Single station residential smoke alarms, as installed in most homes, are the simplest system for detecting a fire and warning the building occupants. The time between the outbreak of fire and the commencement of firefighting is the single most important factor in fire control and can be effectively reduced by having the system monitored directly by the fire brigade.
Fire alarm systems
Fire alarm systems must be heard by the building occupants in all parts of the building. To achieve this, they are often connected to occupant evacuation warning and intercommunication systems which sound a defined "beep - beep - beep" throughout the building when the detection system has been activated.
Sometimes these systems automatically close smoke and fire doors, operate flashing warning lights, stop air-conditioning systems or alert critical staff via personal pagers. Today these systems extensively rely upon computer systems and are changing at the same rapid pace as is computer technology. Today's systems can be "intelligent" defining exactly where the fire is, determining if the smoke is from a fire threat or just burnt toast and advising the maintenance manager when the detector needs cleaning or other routine maintenance work is required.