Here a short excursus on the fire alarm and fire extinguishment systems. We hope it can be useful for people who don’t speak our same language!
Fire alarm system
Every system has to be installed as complying with the current norms. Every building has its own characteristics basing on its structural shape and the kind of products it contains, that’s why the fire alarm system changes according to the kind of fuel there is, such as: smoke, gas, heat, direct sighting or flame.
The specific sensor or detector are connected to an alarm centre that will activate an optic or acoustic alarm, so that the building can be immediately evacuated.
Fire extinguishment systems
There are different kinds of systems for fire extinguishment, here some of them:
- Aerosol extinguishing mechanism: it is used for fire due to solid materials, combustible oils, electric systems and domestic systems. This mechanism isn’t harmful for people and it can be used on class A, B or C fires;
- Gas Inert extinguishing mechanism: ideal for areas with tools and machineries, this mechanism uses the mix of two gases, Argon (Ar) and Nitrogen (N2), both gases are chemically inert, colorless and non-corrosive, and also high compatible with the environment. It can be used on class A, B or C fires;
- Pulverised water extinguishing mechanism: ideal for industrial spaces, productive areas, or areas where there are oil tanks, hotels and B&B, warehouses and storages, airports and computer rooms. The characteristic is to have low managing and maintenance costs, and it is completely safe for people and it has essentialy no environmental impact. It can be used on class A fires