FIRE SUPPRESSION

FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS - WATER BASED.


HYDRANTS OVERVIEW
A well designed and a well laid out Hydrant System forms the backbone of the entire fire fighting system.
Hydrant Fire Protection System is designed to fight fire of huge proportions, in all classes of risks. It is designed to be in operation even if a part of the affected structure collapses. This system consists of yard hydrant piping systems, internal hydrant piping, hose reel drums, hose cabinets, internal and external hydrant valves and set of pumps.

TARGET INDUSTRY SEGMENT
Commercial Buildings, Industries, Power Plants, Refineries, Residential Apartments, Theatres, etc.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The Hydrant System typically comprises of Fire Water Source, Pumps (Diesel, Electrical), Control Panel, System Piping, Control Valves and Hydrant Valves with Accessories.

STANDARDS & COMPLIANCE
NBC, NFPA, TAC, IS, FM

TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
All materials required for this system are available indigeneously.

SPRINKLERS OVERVIEW
Sprinkler System provides the best form of protection, as it is designed to both detect and extinguish fire. The important aspect of this system is that it directly attacks the seat of the fire, avoiding unnecessary floor wettings. With this system in place chances of fire spreading to other areas is also eliminated.

TARGET INDUSTRY SEGMENT
All kinds of Buildings, Parking Areas etc

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The Sprinkler System typically comprises of Fire Water Source, Diesel and Electrical Pumps, Control Panel, Sprinkler Bulbs, System Piping, Control Valves and Annunciator Panel.
The sprinkler system is maintained under a stipulated pressure and the sprinkler bulbs are rated to fuse at a set temperature. In case of fire, the rise in temperature of the liquid inside the bulb causes it to fuse and release a fine jet of water over the seat of fire, thus extinguishing it. The bursting of the bulbs and water spraying action causes the line pressure to drop, which in turn triggers the fire pumps into operation, thereby, supplying the required quantity of water into the system. The coverage area of the sprinkler bulb is designed as per the hazard category of fire specified in NFPA, and regulation provided by the Indian National Building Code.

STANDARDS & COMPLIANCE
NBC, NFPA, TAC, IS, FM