Detection System Design

Fire Detection Systems Designed by Flamefast Fire Suppression Meet British Standard & BAFE SP203 Accreditation

The design of detection and alarm systems are critical to both safety protection and preventing disruption to your business.

At Flamefast we recognise the need for properly designed alarms that offer comprehensive detection at the same reducing false alerts. Each design is in accordance with BS 5839 2002 utilising the best open protocol alarm systems to suit your requirements.  All designs are submitted in accordance with the British Standard and the BAFE SP203 accreditation.

The design will vary from a simple conventional system to multi networked analogue addressable systems.

Fire Detection System Design

Conventional Alarm Systems

A simple conventional alarm system may be suited to smaller systems or those less likely to have a more demanding cause and effect program in the event of a fire being detected. A conventional alarm will still be able to manually or automatically detect a fire and provide audible/visual warning via bells, sounder or flashing beacons

Analogue Addressable Alarms

Analogue Addressable Systems provide a simple and effective method of identifying the location of where the fire incident has been detected.  This is identified on the display of the panel and will detail the loop, zone and room where the detector or manual call point is located. In addition the systems are capable of providing solutions to complex cause and effect procedures to shut down ancillary equipment and interfacing with third party systems.

For larger premises containing a number of buildings multiple control panels can be networked together with a central computer graphics system to provide efficient and effective control site wide from designated control points.

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