Products > Fire Detection & Suppression Systems
Fire Detection & Suppression systems provide constant monitoring and when needed suppression:
- to prevent & minimize the loss to life and property
We Supply, Install & Service Detection & Suppression Systems for all situations
- from small offices to large warehouses & mining applications
Our Technicians are all SAQCC qualified to do the installations/services on the systems
All our systems are manufactured, installed, serviced & commissioned according to the SANS Standards
- SANS 306
- SANS 322
- SANS 10139
- SANS 14520
Fire Detection & Suppression Systems
We Supply/ Install & Service most types of Suppression Systems
- Fire sprinkler systems (wet, dry, pre-action and deluge)
- Gaseous agents.
- Wet and dry chemical agents.
- Fully Automatic Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems.
- Manual Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems.
- External water spray system.
Wet Chemical Unit
Gas Suppression Systems
We Supply/ Install & Service Detection Systems
- The two main types of fire alarm systems are conventional and addressable.
- The various components that make up these systems are either automatic or manual.
Fire Detection Conventional
Conventional fire alarm systems and its components are all wired to the same cable that connects them to a fire alarm control panel. The control panel displays a signal when these components activate. These types of systems are inexpensive and work well in small facilities. The main problem with conventional fire alarm systems is that when a fire alarm component produces a signal and it appears on the control panel there is no way to know which component it is in the building.
Fire Detection - Addressable
Addressable fire alarm systems are the most modern type of system and its components have individual unique identifiers. When one of the system’s components initiates, it indicates the component’s address on the fire alarm panel. Large facilities utilize these systems because they can quickly pinpoint where the trouble signal originated. This saves a lot of time because it eliminates the need to search for the component that produced the signal.