When it comes to fire ventilation systems, we favour:
Smoke ventilation systems, which remove smoke and heat from the protected space at the moment of the outbreak of fire.They allow the safe evacuation of users by keeping the escape route free from smoke.
Smoke prevention systems, which prevent the influx of smoke from the fire zone to the protected zone by producing an adequate pressure difference. In both cases, the primary purpose of using fire ventilation systems is to protect human life by ensuring the safe evacuation of the building on fire.
For powering and controlling the fire ventilation systems we use certificated ZEOS CP02 and CP03 control units. All listed products are available in the offer of our company. We design and implement automation systems for aeration staircases – we have the necessary documents for installation control depending on the signal from the reeds and/ or differential pressure transmitters.
MAINTENANCE VENTILATION AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
Additional mechanical ventilation is required in many construction projects. Properly designed and implemented ventilation control systems allow users to protect against too high concentrations of gases in ventilated spaces with low energy costs.
GAS DETECTION SYSTEMS
In underground garages polluted by exhaust fumes, the best indicator of air quality is carbon monoxide, which can cause the fatal poisoning of people residing in the garage. Law requires the use of gas detection systems in garages of more than 10 berths. In addition, underground garages allowing the parking of LPG vehicles should be equipped with ventilation controlled by detectors for the concentration of this gas. The concentrations of particular gases in the air should be continuously monitored at various places in the garage and the exceeding of a certain level should result in the activation of ventilation and, in the event of high concentrations, the corresponding alarm for the evacuation of the garage.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Fire Alarm System installation is required in many public buildings. This is regulated by the relevant laws and regulations. The effects of a fire which develops in an uncontrolled manner may result in the loss of material goods and can even cause health problems or death. The task of the Fire Alarm System is to detect a fire and raise the alarm to ensure the safety of users, providing for a quick and safe evacuation and limiting damage to the building and related material loss by reducing the time between the detection of the fire and action being taken to extinguish it.