1. Schools & Colleges

Fires at schools are getting more common. A few years ago, a fire in South India killed 90 children, a school in Kashmir burned down, and a fire in Ahmedabad caused panic. As a result, we've conducted detailed inspections of school buildings throughout geographies, and after careful deliberation, here's what specialists recommend to secure your school from harm.

Following a thorough analysis and careful consideration, the experts have developed the following recommendations to secure your property.

2. Hospitals

At any one time, a hospital is packed with patients. Patients who are too unwell to get to safety on their own, and professionals who must assist them. In the event of a fire, spirit, oxygen cylinders, bandages, gas, medicines, and linen on the hospital grounds fuel the fire, causing it to spread out of control. With so many narcotics on the grounds, theft is a significant issue. Following a thorough examination and careful analysis, and with the safety of the staff and patients in mind, here is what the experts recommend to secure your hospital from harm.

3. Electrical Panel 

The Fire Suppression System (Direct & Indirect)

The Fire trace Detection Tubing serves as a fire suppressant delivery mechanism and a fire detection device in the Direct Release System. The section of the tube closest to the fire's hottest point ruptures, creating an effective discharge "nozzle." The nozzle releases the entire cylinder due to a pressure drop in the tube.

The Fire trace Detection Tubing is exclusively utilized as a detection device with the Indirect Release System. Copper tubing, braided hose or stainless-steel tubing are used to supply the fire suppression agent. The suppressant is released when the tube "bursts."

Areas at Risk

  • Short Circuit in the Electrical System

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