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Fire Sprinkler Systems are designed to automatically contain and extinguish a fire. When the heat from the fire gets to a certain temperature the fire sprinkler heads operate spraying water over the fire. The Wet-Pipe: This system is charged with water that connects to the sprinkler heads,...

Australian Standards AS4214 – “Gaseous Fire Extinguishing Systems” and AS1851 – “Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems & Equipment” both require room integrity testing to be completed for “total flood” gaseous suppression system installations. Under these standards, room integrity is required to be tested initially as...

An emergency warning and intercommunication system is required for some Class’s of buildings, in accordance with the Building Code of Australia. They are installed for the purpose of enabling the orderly evacuation of the building. The EWIS will provide: Manual and automatic alarm activation Alert signal....

ASD design corrects shortcomings of conventional smoke detectors by using sampling pipe with multiple holes. The air samples are captured and filtered, removing any contaminants or dust to avoid false alarms and then processed by a centralized, highly sensitive laser detection unit. If smoke is...

Smoke and toxic gases are the main causes of death in building fires. Experience has shown that deaths have occurred in locations remote from the fire due to the spread of smoke and gases and their ability to cause disorientation, incapacitation and ultimately death, depending...