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Different type of Fire Systems

Fire Hydrant System

Fire  hydrant system  is a safety measure or emergency equipment required in buildings that comprises a series of components that when assembled together provide a source of water to assist fire.

Sprinkler System

fire sprinkler system  is an  active fire protection  method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flowrate to a water distribution piping system, onto which  fire sprinklers  are connected. Although historically only used in factories and large commercial buildings, systems for homes and small buildings are now available at a cost-effective price.  Fire sprinkler systems are extensively used worldwide, with over 40 million sprinkler heads fitted each year. In buildings completely protected by fire sprinkler systems, over 96% of fires were controlled by fire sprinklers alone.

Medium Velocity Water Spray System

An MVWS  system  (short for a  Medium Velocity Water Spray System ) is a  water -based fire protection  system . MVWS  systems  are used to provide cooling and/or control the burning in many large scale industrial applications, such as in thermal power plants, tank farms, et al. 

High Velocity Water Spray System

High Velocity Water Spray System  is useful in oil based  system  and is installed to suppress fires involving liquids above 65C or  high  flash points. It works on three basic principles of fire extinguishing which are emulsification, cooling and smothering which results in rapid suppression of fire within seconds.

High Pressure Water Mist System

water mist system  is a fire protection  system  which uses very fine  water  sprays (i.e.  water mist ). The small  water  droplets allow the  water mist  to control, suppress or extinguish fires by: cooling both the flame and surrounding gases by evaporation.

Foam System

Foam  suppression  systems  extinguish fire by separating the fuel from the oxygen. ... To  do  this, the extinguishing agent (the  foam ) smothers or blankets the surface of the fuel. The water content of the  foam  then cools the fuel and the area of  foam  covering the fuel to prevent reignition via flammable vapors.

CO2 Flooding System

A fixed installation designed to displace the oxygen in the protected space and thus extinguish the fire, usually used to fight fires in engine rooms, boiler rooms, pump rooms and holds. The  system  normally consists of a series of large  CO2  cylinders.

Clean Agent System

clean agent  is any type of fire extinguishing  agent  that is electrically non-conductive, volatile, or gaseous, and that does not leave a residue upon evaporation.  Clean agent  fire suppression  systems  make use of an inert gas or chemical that is stored in a container and discharged when a fire is detected.

Fire Alarm or Detection System 

A fire alarm system warns people when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other fire-related emergencies are detected. These alarms may be activated automatically from smoke detectors, and heat detectors or may also be activated via manual fire alarm activation devices such as manual call points or pull stations.

Fire detectors  sense one or more of the products or phenomena resulting from  fire , such as smoke, heat, infrared and/or ultraviolet light radiation, or gas. In dwellings, smoke  detectors  are often stand-alone devices.

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Linear Heat Sensing System

Linear Heat Detection  ( LHD ) is a continuous  heat detector  designed to  detect heat  along the length of a sensor cable. This sensor cable is made up of two conductors, both insulated by  heat  sensitive polymers. ... When the ambient temperature meets or exceeds the  detector's  fixed temperature, the polymer melts.