A fire detection system (FDS) is an alarm system that receives data on, assesses and then responds to events reported by various fire detectors. Fire detection systems are permanently installed manual and automatic systems to detect fires at an early stage, warn those affected and quickly inform the relevant emergency service.
All parts of the building to be monitored are equipped with a network of electric cables and automatic/non-automatic detectors. These detectors are operated either manually or triggered automatically by heat, visible or invisible smoke, or flames. Only the detectors in the immediate vicinity of the fire are activated, sending a report to the fire detection control panel
- Fire Detection & Alarm System
- Fire Fighting Systems
- Security Systems
- Electrical Operating Systems Gates