SYSTEM DESIGN as per NFPA Regulations In order to undertake the process of designing a fire system for a building it is necessary to have a sound
understanding of the relevant design standards,the legal framework surrounding building safety legislation and a sound working knowledge of product
application theory.The importance of consultation with all can be the importance of specialist advice by civil defense in relevant areas.
This Procedure is initially started from the approval of the drawing, Procuring approved materials of UK make, Installation and interfacing with statutory connectivity and finalized with testing,
commissioning and final approval of the civil defense
The fire fighting system of a building comprises pumpsets, sump/roof tanks, pipeworks, sprinklers, hydrants and hose reels.Fire fighting hose reel is the part which can be easily accessible. Fire Hose reels consist of a length of non-kinking tubing. They are permanently connected to a water supply and consist of a main turn on/off valve, a hose guide, and a hose with a nozzle. The control nozzle attached to the end of the hose enables the operator to control the direction and flow of water to the fire.
Automatic sprinklers can minimize property loss and save lives. Our design sprinkler is based on NFPA codes 13 and 25, which keeps you compliant with Civil defense state regulations and insurance carriers.
A fire pump is a vital part to a sprinkler system's water supply. The pump intake is either connected to the public underground water supply piping, or a static water source (e.g., tank, reservoir, lake). The pump provides water flow at a higher pressure to the sprinkler system risers and hose standpipes.
A jockey pump is a small pump connected to a fire sprinkler system and is intended to maintain pressure in a fire protection piping system
to an artificially high level so that the operation of a single fire sprinkler will cause an appreciable pressure drop which will be
easily sensed by the fire pump automatic controller, causing the fire pump to start.
Fire Fighting Pump Installation, Testing and Commissioning and the system may be interfaced with the alarm system as per civil defense rules & regulations.
When it comes to protecting your kitchen equipment from fire.Our system installation protects service kitchens from damage & Loss from the time-tested suppression system can provide. Kitchen hood fire suppression system is an automatic fire fighting system which is using special fire fighting agent (specially designed for food service) and automatically release cylinder charge in case of fire, controlled by flame detector.
The agent is sprayed through nozzles above the equipments forming a layer above fire to prevent contact with oxygen in addition to the cooling effect because of agent water content. In fact, this system is an essential system for any cooking hood especially when hood is serving fat fryers. Installation of fire suppression system in commercial kitchen hoods is governed by international regulations & local Civil Defense regulations all over the world.
System capacity is designed according to hood & cooking line size. Manufacturers & their distributors usually design a complete system according to actual requirements calculating; agent volume in liters, number of nozzles. pipe size, etc
Many fire suppression systems can cause major damage to - and even destroy - the very things they are supposed to protect. You're looking to avoid damage - not cause it. You're looking to reduce downtime - not lengthen it. You want a fire suppression system that deploys quickly and cleanly and won't leave behind oily residue. particulate, or water. FM- 200® fire suppressant stops fires fast. When you consider the potentially devastating environmental effects of an uncontrolled fire, it's easy to see that an FM-200® system is an important part of an environmentally responsible fire suppression solution
The Design is to be initially approved as per custom requirement and the installation is Completed with quality materials followed by final approval from the authorities.