It is a well-known fact that most fire victims are injured by smoke and not by fire. The smoke disrupts vision, damages the respiratory tract, and makes it difficult to perform activities such as running, which can save a person caught in a fire. Air blowers that are activated after a fire alarm are special kitchen fire suppression system that expel the smoke out of the building. This extraction of smoke is critical to the preservation of human life.
Fire extinguishing systems
There are two types of fire extinguishing systems: water-based systems (sprinklers) and gas-based systems. Water-based systems are suitable only for buildings where an automatic system for disconnecting electricity during a fire is installed. Gas-based systems are suitable for any building and are especially recommended for rooms where valuable electronic equipment is installed. Automatic fire extinguishing systems connected to a fire alarm can quickly take control of the fire and save lives.
How are fire safety systems built?
Safety systems are required in businesses to obtain a business license, and in homes, if this is the requirement of the insurance company. In practice, the requirement is met when the area is exposed to a fire hazard according to the standards.
Hubs of fire safety systems
Fire safety systems are characterized by hubs, detectors, public address systems, and sprinklers for extinguishing the fire. In medium and large buildings and commercial centers, the system relies on a huge pump that is responsible for extinguishing the fire.
Sprinklers and public address systems
Sprinklers are some of the different types of “system responses”: what safety systems installed in clients’ homes and offices should do given that their detectors have detected a fire.