Fire suppression system advancements have changed the world of fire protection, increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of these important fire suppression systems. Continuous research and innovation, continue to improve their performance, from modern sprinkler systems and water mist technologies to gaseous suppression systems and foam solutions.
Effective fire suppression is a difficult task that requires an endless supply of products, systems, and knowledge. We have long been an expert in this essential part of helping in protecting both individuals and assets.
This is the very start of the Installation for fire suppression, knowing how many sprinklers, the water pressure in the pipes, the pipe sizing, and knowing what size the pump should be is all part of the designing process to create the proper suppression system in different establishments and structures.
Our Designing Services include:
I. Sprinkler Head Layout
Getting the sprinkler head layouts is crucial to ensure your area has a full coverage of sprinkler systems. The type of hazard was also considered when designing the sprinkler head layout.
Light Hazards: Area with low concentrations of flammable materials. Distance of 15 feet from each sprinkler. W/ area coverage of 130 to 200 sq ft/head.
Ordinary Hazards 1 & 2: Area with moderate concentrations of flammable materials. Distance of 15 feet from each sprinkler. W/ area coverage of 130 sq ft/head.
Extra Hazard 1 & 2: Area with high concentrations of flammable materials. Distance of 15 feet from each sprinkler. W/ area coverage of 90 to 130 sq ft/head.
II. Fire Pump Design
The most critical part of designing is determining the type of pump to use. All fire pumps perform the basic function of delivering adequate pressure to your firefighting systems to ensure a steady supply of water.
Horizontal split case pumps – are fire pumps that are easily found in most high-rise buildings. Popular for being easy to use and having quick access to all working parts
Vertical split case pumps – The same working principle with horizontal slipcase pump however one-of-a-kind as it becomes in a vertical orientation. An area saver for small areas. Most favored for flood-inclined areas.
Vertical in-line pumps – Is a vertical motor orientation like vertical cut-up case pumps. Comes with a compact and smaller design. Also, area saver because it comes with an in-line mounting.
Vertical turbine pumps – are pumps that use water from nearby water tanks or other water sources in case a fire occurs. This pump works by transporting the water up the pipe toward the pump discharge
III. Stand Pipe Design
Standpipe is designed to help firefighters extinguish flames and help them in their rescue operations. It was designed for the high floors of the building where the fight fighters cannot reach.
Our Installation Services Include:
I. Pipe Laying – Where pipes are laid under the flooring (Ground zero) or above the floor (Existing).
II. Pipe Fitting – Pipes are welded to connect 2 metal pipes.
III. Pipe Threading (Roscas) – it is another way to connect 2 metal pipes by threading them using a treading tool.
IV. Pipe Mounting – Pipes are mounted above by the use of brackets and hangers.
✓ Testing and Commissioning
Once all parts of the Fire suppression have been installed, testing of the fire suppression system will be done. One sprinkler bulb will be tested to see if the system delivers the correct amount of water pressure and if the pump is working correctly.
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