Fire Alarm System  
About fire
  • What adds to the large-scale destructiveness of fire is the incredible speed at which it grows. A flame unchecked can amount to a furnace that even a fire brigade would find impossible to put out, in barely six minutes. So clearly, the sooner you act, the easier it is to put out a fire.
  • For every few minutes that pass, the fire’s intensity multiplies. And depending on when you attack the fire, the quantity of extinguishant required escalates as well. It takes only 6 minutes to burn down a lifetime of memories.
  • To fight fire we rather be proactive than reactive.
  • The graph below illustrates just how quickly a fire can spread and the amount of extinguishing agent you’ll require to fight it.
  • Fire Alarm Systems consist of a central control panel to which smoke and heat detectors are connected, along with bells or horns that are activated when the system triggers an alarm. Other sensors associated with the burglary functions connect to doors and windows or monitor rooms for motion or body heat. The control panel operates from house power but also usually contains an emergency battery which can operate the system for about 24 hours during a power outage
  • A Smoke Detector is a device that detects smoke and issues a signal to a fire alarm system, or issues a local audible and or visual alarm from the detector itself. Smoke detectors were introduced to alert you instantly in case of smoke, thus allowing you to tackle the fire at the soonest possible time. And the sooner you detect the source of the smoke, the easier it is to put out the fire. These detectors are especially useful in places fires are most likely to break out (e.g.: the pantry) and places that are usually left unmonitored, like storage areas.
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