Resource pages for "fire detection"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Siemens FDA241 detects smoldering or off-gas particles unique to li-ion batteries up to five times faster than competition.
The updated UL 268, Standard for Smoke Detectors for Fire Alarm Systems will be in effect June 2021.
Current capabilities of this aspect of fire and life safety provide advanced and targeted protection.
The August 2019 issue looks at workplace violence, security trends, and fire safety.Plus HVAC controls, roofing maintenance, energy storage, and more.
In 2019, aspirating smoke detection technology was selected as quick installation solution for temporary broadcast offices at biggest game of the year.
Honeywell will highlight its latest security and fire products at ISC West 2019 booth #12031 from April 10-12 in Las Vegas.
Significant enhancements and powerful integrations deliver safer and smarter building operations.
Video fire detection employs surveillance cameras and software analytics to detect smoke and flames.
The April 2018 issue features a look at lighting systems, wastewater recycling, restroom maintenance, and data center trends. Plus, how one school is building tornado-safe rooms.
Stat-X EX condensed aerosol fire suppression electrical generators have attained the UL Listing for use as a total flooding system in hazardous areas classified as Class I Division 2.
The Advanced Axis AX UL 864-listed fire system is now compatible with Keltron Corporation’s life safety event management systems.