Fire Detection and Suppression

1 February 2023 in Fire Protection

Fire Detection and Suppression


Fire detection and suppression refers to the methods and systems used to detect and extinguish fires. Fire detection systems typically include smoke detectors, heat detectors, and fire alarms that alert people and fire services when a fire is detected.

Fire suppression systems, on the other hand, refer to the active measures taken to extinguish or control a fire, such as fire sprinklers, fire extinguishers, and fire suppression systems that release chemicals to suppress the fire.

The goal of fire detection and suppression is to minimize damage and protect lives in the event of a fire.

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