Fire Protection

  • Intelligent Analogue Addressable:


    "These are often installed in large properties or premises with multiple buildings, such as hospitals. Multiple alarms are installed throughout the area and linked together; a main control panel is then able to pinpoint which sensor has been triggered and therefore where the fire started. Addressable alarms can also be linked to the fire service that can then provide an automatic response."

    Conventional:


    "Conventional Systems are a well-proven technology protecting many hundreds of thousands of properties worldwide. A Conventional Fire Alarm System is often the natural choice for smaller systems or where budget constraints exist. It is a Conventional Fire Alarm System the "intelligence" of the system reside solely within the Fire Alarm Control Panel, which receives a trigger signal from a Conventional Detector or Call Point and in turn, signals the condition to other devices such as alarm sounders and remote signaling equipment."

    Hybrid:


    "Devices of different technologies, such as: Addressable, Wireless & Conventional Detectors / MCP and Hooters are linked together to form a Hybrid System; Thanks to technology. Most of the cases, building expansion and modifications are inevitable and a Fire Alarm system would not have been taken in to consideration in most of the cases. End of the day cabling may not also be possible. In such places, wireless devices can be integrated to the existing compatible system, making it hybrid. Similarly, in cases where existing cable network is found defective, devices can be replaced with wireless devices."
  • Hydrant:


    "The Hydrant System comprises of AC motor driven pump sets with all required accessories including valves, instrumentation and controls etc. Complete in all respects. An automatic hydrant system is furnished covering the areas completely from independent. Pipe work from the fire water pump set. The hydrant pipe work is remaining pressurized through the proposed jockey pump taking care of any leakages in the system pipe lines, valves and fittings. The hydrant system is kept charged by pressurized water at approx. 7 Kg. Cm. Sq. at all times. In the event of fire when any of the hydrant valves in the network is opened, the resultant fall in pressure system is enabling starting the AC MOTOR driven fire water pumping set through pressure switches automatically. One diesel engine pump shall be standby pump serving hydrant system. Apart from the automatic starting of the pump sets, provision shall be kept for manual starting also. Shutting down of the pump sets shall be manual."

    Sprinkler System:


    "Fire sprinkler systems have been around for more than two centuries and have seen significant improvements over the years. It's true that early versions weren't very reliable and caused significant water damage. But today, sprinkler systems are credited with reducing deaths and loss of property by more than 65 percent [source: Fleming]. Since each sprinkler head is automatically triggered by fire-specific temperature, just one or two sprinklers can quickly extinguish and/or contain a fire to the room where it started and cause little property damage. And because sprinklers use about six times less water than a fire hose, they're actually less harmful to your property than a visit from the fire department."

  • Gas Based Fire Suppression System:


    "Gaseous extinguishing systems form only a part, though an important part, of the available facilities, but it should not be assumed that their adoption necessarily removes the need to consider supplementary measures, such as automatic fire detection, the provision of fire extinguishers or other mobile appliances for first aid or emergency use, or to deal with special hazards. Gaseous extinguish ants have for many years been recognized effective medium for extinction of flammable liquid Class B fire, and fires in the presence of electrical Class C fires and ordinary class A fires."

    Sprinkler systems, wet and dry
    Deluge systems, standard and pre-action
    Water mist systems
    Pump stations

    Water Based Fire Suppression System:


    "Water is the less expensive and the most available extinguishing media. NIST has developed several water based suppression systems and the Safe group is capable to serve the customer with the engineering, supply, installation, service of:"

    Professional Kitchen Fire Suppression System:


    "Commercial kitchen, whether in a chain restaurant, a hotel, a school or hospital cafeteria, or the corner diner, all contain the elements necessary for a sudden fire - grease and high heat - putting people and property at risk. NIST Fire Systems offers products specifically designed to protect commercial kitchens, quickly and efficiently, from fire."