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FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS
Honeywell – Kidde – Novec LPG – Tyco
LPG fire extinguishing systems are now installed in more than 40 countries in Europe, America, Asia and Africa LPG range of CO2 systems include two types of valves fully developed by LPG. approved by the most renowned independent organizations. LPG 128 valve is fitted on pilot cylinder and allows electrical actuation using a solenoid or pyrotechnical charge.
Fire pumps are usually housed in a pump room very close to the fire tanks. The key thing is that the pumps should be located at a level just below the bottom of the fire tank, so that all the water In the tanks can flow into the pumps by gravity. Like all important systems, there must be backup pumps in case the main pump Fails.
SPRINKLER AND HAZEL
A sprinkler is a nozzle attached to a network of pipes, and installed just below the ceiling of a room. Every sprinkler has a small glass bulb with a liquid in it. This bulb normally blocks the flow of water. In a fire, the liquid in the bulb will become hot. It will then expand, and shatter the glass bulb, removing the obstacle and causing water to spray from the sprinkler.
CO2 & FM-200 SYSTEM
At atmospheric pressures carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colourless, odourless and non-conductive gas capable of penetrating quickly and effi ciently the area to be protected. Its density is approximately 50% greater than the density of air. CO2 is stored in high-pressure cylinders as liquefied gas.
• Contrasting technology and efficacy
• Low refilling cost
• Local application or total flooding application
• Applicable to deep – seated fires
• No residue to clean up after the discharge
• Zero Ozone Depletion Potential
• Electrically non – conductive
• Excellent grade of risk penetration