Unicard Technologies Pvt Ltd | Fire Suppression & Detection Systems
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Fire Suppression & Detection Systems

 

Our accredited industry experts design, install and maintain best of breed fire detection and suppression systems that comply with SABS, NFPA, FPASA, FDIA and SAQCC standards to safeguard your property and assets.

 

Automatic Electronic Fire Detection Systems

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Electronic fire detection systems constantly monitor the environment and are able to provide an early warning and automatically trigger suppression systems to minimise or prevent losses associated with fire.

An addressable fire detection system is able to pinpoint the location of every detection device, whereas a conventional fire detection system is only able to differentiate between zoned areas.

Either system can utilise a variety of fire detection devices. These include optical smoke detectors, smoke beam detectors, gaseous detectors, heat source detectors, linear heat detectors and aspirating air sample detectors to name a few.

Gas Suppression Systems:

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Gas suppression systems use gaseous mixtures to extinguish fires. These gaseous mixtures are residue free and are deployed in environments where rapid fire extinguishing is required.

A gas suppression system is typically triggered automatically by an electronic fire detection system and includes gasses such as FM200, Novec, CO2, Inergen, Pyroshield, Pro-Inert and Argonite.

Water Sprinkler Suppression Systems:

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A fixed fire sprinkler system distributes water via an application specific sprinkler system, designed in order to comply with industry standards and regulations. The system distributes water when the effects of a fire activate a mechanical heat sensitive device, typically once a predetermined temperature has been exceeded in a specific area.