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Addressable Fire alarm

When the conditions for an alarm signal are satisfied at the detector, an alarm signal is transmitted via the circuit to the fire indicator panel. There are many advantages of addressable systems including the ability to more effectively handle contamination over time that leads to FALSE alarms, improved detection of fires and the ability to identify the precise location of a detector and its current condition or state. The addressable fire alarm system comprises of one or more circuits with detectors connected in parallel, and each detector has a unique id address on the circuit.

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Fire Alert Siren Strobe and Detector

Fire Alert Siren Strobe and Detector: UL listed Fire Panel[SINGLE] and [SINGLE]UL listed Fire Detector 194° F fixed/rate of rise or 135° F fixed/rate of rise detector Bright flashing strobe and loud siren that has 6 audio selections and volumes Panel Measures 5.6" x 4.7" x 1.3 deep Detector 5.25" x 2" high Works with : multiple Fire Detectors Operates on: 12v or 24v

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Fire alarm panel

A Fire Alarm Control Panel or Fire Alarm Control Unit is the controlling component of a Fire Alarm System. The panel also supply electrical energy to operate any associated sensor, control, transmitter, or relay. The panel receives information from environmental sensors designed to detect changes associated with fire, monitors their operational integrity and provides for automatic control of equipment, and transmission of information necessary to prepare the facility for fire based on a predetermined sequence.

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Safety First Fire Extinguisher Mount ABC 4 KGS

Safety First Fire Extinguisher Mount ABC 4 KGS ABC Type Fire Extinguisher covers A, B, C class of fires which includes electrical and sophisticated electrical equipment, papers, wood, cloth, rubber, plastic and inflammable liquid like oil, petrol, paints, petrochemical product, resins, gases in the compressed form like Oxygen, Acetylenes, LPG and CNG.

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Fire Hydrant 3 Way

Body material : Cast Iron to BS 1561 Outlet : Copper alloy BS 1982 Test pressure : 20 bar (300 psi) Working pressure : 15 bar (217 psi) Finishing : Red Outlet : 2 x (2-1/2”) Male Thread 1 x 4” Male Thread Inlet: 6” Table E BS 10 Flange

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Fire Hydrant 4 Way

Body material : Carbon Steel Outlet : Copper alloy BS 1982 Test pressure : 30 bar (435 psi) Working pressure : 20 bar (290 psi) Outlet pressure setting : 7 bar (101 psi) Finishing : Red Outlet : 4 x 2-1/2″ Pressure Regulating Control Valve with Female BS Instantaneous Outlet Inlet: 6″ ANSI B16.5 Welding Neck Flange 300# FF

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Concealed Pendent Sprinkler

These types of fire sprinklers consist of a retractable pendent sprinkler head and are covered with a cover plate after installation. The pendent head will then drop below the ceiling once it has reached its activation temperature. This gives the ceiling a smoother appearance compared to a recessed type. The cover plate will fall away about 20°F prior to activation of the sprinkler.

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Smoke Detector

Smoke Detector Optical smoke alarms use a photoelectric eye to see smoke particles. Physical alarms use ionization to detect particles, registering a difference in the air which may be due to smoke. Physical alarms are more sensitive to fires when they are already blazing. Optical alarms are sensitive to fires when they are in the early smoldering state.

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