Fire Supression

Prevention is better than a cure & fire suppression systems are based upon that principle. Fire suppression allows for human intervention in preventing ignition or re ignition and thereby saving the environments our fire suppression systems are designed to protect. A Fire suppression system is made up of many electrical and mechanical components, Fire Suppression Systems protect valuable resources and critical facilities of your business is our focusMsquare is one of the leading fire protection companies, offering VESDA and Fire Suppression solutions for many applications A fire suppression system has a minimum of two firedetection zones. The fire suppression control panel uses whats as a 'Co-Incidence" monitoring facility. This allows the fire suppression system to monitor all detectors connected to these zones. The fire suppression gas will only be discharged if there is a coincidence of activation from a minimum of two fire detection zones. A combination of bells and electronic sounders are connected to the fire suppression control panel. When the fire suppression system detects smoke, it raises the 1st stage alarm. This alarm is considered as a general evacuation alarm. If a further activation is detected via one of the other detectors on the system, the system will raise the alarms of the Sounders. The sounders are the final warning before the fire suppression agent is discharged, this is normally 30 seconds from the this activation. A fire suppression system must have two clear and distinguishable alarm types.

Conventional Smoke Detector

- The smoke detector, is manufactured according to UL 268 Standards, it senses the prsence of smoke and warns you before the fire starts. These are mounted on ceilings and sometimes even above the ceiling for specific requirements. When it detects smoke an alarm gets generated through the hooter.