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Fire Fighting Services

    A fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected.

    There are two types of fire-fighting equipment: portable (eg fire extinguishers, fire blankets) and fixed systems (eg fire hydrants, sprinkler systems).

    Sprinklers systems consist of the network of piping, water supply, sprinkler heads, and alarm and detection devices that sense the heat from a fire and automatically distribute water to completely extinguish the fire or control its growth.

    This type of fire sprinkler system controls burning flammable liquids and natural gas using a mixture of foam and water. It also forms a blanket that prevents oxygen from getting to the fire and suppresses the release of flammable vapors that could ignite in the air.

    FM200 is a synthetic/chemical fire suppression gas and extinguishes a fire by removing the free radicals or heat elements from the fire triangle. (Oxygen, Heat and Fuel). The typical concentration of an FM200 system is normally between 7.9% to 8.5%.

    A kitchen hood, exhaust hood, or range hood is a device containing a mechanical fan that hangs above the stove or cooktop in the kitchen. It removes airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, heat, and steam from the air by evacuation of the air and filtration.

    A deluge system is a water mist system using open spray heads attached to a piping system that is connected to a water supply through a valve that is opened by means of a detection system installed in the same area as the spray heads.

    Pre-action fire sprinklers are a dry sprinkler system, water is not contained in the pipes but is held back by a pre-action valve. A fire is detected, and the pre-action valve opens, allowing water to flow into the sprinkler pipes. At this point, the sprinkler system is now a wet pipe sprinkler system

    • CO2 is an odorless, colorless, electrically non-conductive, non-corrosive, and non-deteriorating agent. It is normally present in the atmosphere at about 0.03% by volume.
    • CO2 System consists of a fixed supply of CO2 converted through a piping network and nozzles.
    • Total Flooding extinguishers both surface and deep seated fires by discharging gas onto the enclosed space

    Dry chemical systems release a dry chemical powder into a designated space to extinguish a fire. Sodium bicarbonate and mono-ammonium phosphate are the most common powders used in dry chemical suppression systems. Sodium bicarbonate is for Class B and some Class C fires. Mono-ammonium phosphate is for ABC fires.

    Water spray systems are permanently installed systems that take out fires through water sprayed from interconnected nozzles, often seen in building ceilings. Such systems are activated manually or automatically through mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic or electrical triggering, and act as a group to extinguish fires where they start but also where they can spread. That said, once activated, water spray systems affect the entire area they are installed into.

Fire Alarm Services

    A conventional system employs one or more initiating circuits, connected to sensors (initiating devices) wired in parallel. These sensors are devised to decrease the circuits resistance when the environmental influence on any sensor exceeds a predetermined threshold. In a conventional system the information density is limited to the number of such circuits used.

    Addressable fire alarm systems are designed for flexibility through custom programming specific to each application. Dedicated outputs are logically controlled by inputs based on the programming matrix written. They are capable of supporting multiple Signal Line Circuits (SLC) where each device on the SLC is assigned a unique identification called an address. In most cases the number of devices on an SLC can range from one to several hundred and vary in number of detectors and modules combined. Each device constantly communicates with the control panel through microprocessor technology to report its status on the SLC. Within seconds, alarms, supervisory and trouble conditions are alerted to the control panel and a precise location of the event is displayed

    The Wireless Fire Detection System consists of a radio gateway FWI-270, radio fire detectors FDOOT271-O, radio manual call points FDM273-O and FDM275-O. A dual-band system with two frequency ranges (433, 868 MHz) and with numerous channels is used for the communication between the radio gateway and the radio devices to improve communication stability. Thanks to the mesh topology, all radio devices communicate with their neighbors and therefore redundant transmission paths are available to communicate to the gateway

    An emergency light is a battery-backed lighting device that switches on automatically when a building experiences a power outage. Emergency lights are standard in new commercial and high occupancy residential buildings, such as college dormitories, apartments, and hotels.

    In short, Central Battery System for Emergency Lighting means, that the backup power source for the Emergency and Exit Lights is provided centrally. In other words, each Emergency and Exit Light does not need to have a battery or super capacitor of their own. Central Battery System is often perceived as a solution for large buildings and sites, but, it may often pay off use a small Central Battery System in a building with no more than twenty Emergency and Exit Lights.

    The simplest job of any public address system is amplifying a single microphone through a powered speaker. The amplifier receives signal from the microphone, amplifies it according to the speaker's level control, and then outputs sound from the speaker.

Annual Maintanance Services

MEP Services

    • HVAC – Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
    • Plumbing Systems – including 1st Class, 2nd Class and Hot Water systems
    • Sewerage and Drains Systems
    • Irrigation Systems
    • Swimming Pool installations

    • Lighting and Lighting Control Systems (inc. Natural Lighting)
    • Intelligent Lighting Systems
    • Low and Medium Power Systems
    • Backup Power Systems
    • Cable Containment installations
    • Lightning Protection Systems
    • Power Factor Correction Systems

    • IT Network & Telephony Systems
    • Intercom Systems
    • Intruder Alarm & Security Systems
    • CCTV Systems
    • Access Control Systems
    • TV Distribution Systems
    • PA/Speakers/Music Installation Systems
    • Car Park Management Systems
    • Home Automation Systems
    • Building Management Systems (BMS)