FM 200 is a colourless, odourless gas containing only carbon, hydrogen and fluorine, thereby lacking the ozone-depleting presence of bromine atoms. Highly penetrative and achieving an homogeneous dispersion in the hazard zone, it acts on fires largely by physical means, lowering the temperature of the flame and fuel to a point at which combustion reactions cannot be sustained. There is no significant obscuration on discharge and this non-corrosive and electrically non-conductive agent causes no damage to sensitive equipment with no post discharge clean-up required.
The range of Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panels is ideal for Banks, Small Offices, Residential buildings and Warehouses. The indication of fire is zone wise. Audio notification is provided by hooters, PA system and voice annunciation procedures. Special RS-485 based repeaters and mimic panels are available for alphanumeric annunciation of zone names.
ANALOG ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
It is a system, which detects fire early, wherein all loop devices in the system are individually addressed to provide the panel with absolute unique identification of each device. The system monitors any changes caused by dust or smoke and then adjusts the calibration accordingly to maintain each sensor at its original sensitivity. The system carries out a self-test automatically every 24 hours, as well as separate adjustment for day and night. The system can be integrated along with building management system, CCTV and Access Control systems ensuring total safety and security at one central monitoring station
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Fire hydrants are most commonly used water-based suppression systems for general fire fighting requirements. Automatic water sprinklers are used where quicker responses are required. Automatic gas-based systems are used to protect expensive industrial equipment. CO2 and FM200 are commonly used fire extinguishing gases. Larger applications also employ foam based suppression techniques. Rakshak promotes the appropriate usage of these systems for greater risk coverage and minimum damages due to a hazard.