Systems designed for the automatic fire extinguishing water (sprinkler or sprinklers, deluge sprinkler or mist, with or without foam), or extinguishing gases (mainly CO2, chemical gases such as HFC, FE13 and Novec 1230).
In Seguridade A1 we have the expertise and staff resources for the design of these facilities, no matter how complex, depending on the current regulations and the space to be protected, and as providing specific solutions to ensure effective protection against fire.
- Automatic sprinkler systems (standard or high flow). Sprinkler systems allow great flexibility and workarounds when we chose a water extinguishing system. The design engineering is applied to these highly specialized systems, depending on various factors such as structural conditions to protect sector size, the activity in the building, stored materials, etc.. Properly designed and installed, are highly effective systems that control even large fires, minimizing damage.
- Water spray systems that use water power to restrict coolant temperature level in high-risk facilities such as flammable liquid tanks, transformers, charging stations dangerous goods, etc., preventing the spread of fire to adjacent buildings. Are dry pipe systems with the possibility of automatic or manual activation, and be designed by skilled personnel for adequate sizing depending on the area to be cooled.
- Foam extinguishing systems for high, medium or low expansion. Highly recommended for storage or production processes, where products are flammable liquids fuels. The choice of the used foaming agent and the foam generating device to protect depends on the risk.
- Gas extinguishing systems. These systems do not cause waste clean after extinction, protecting both physical and electrical or electronic equipment, but not suitable for any installation. The choice of either gaseous agent is determined after consideration of the possible nature of the fire, the risk to protect or the possibility of existence of local staff. Are commonly applied in computer rooms, switchboard rooms, generators, or places where it is necessary to protect against fire without collateral damage (museums, art galleries, antique shops, etc.).