Fire Fighting

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What Is Fire Fighting System?

A fire fighting system is probably the most important of the building services, as its aim is to protect human life and property, strictly in that order. It consists of three basic parts: a large store of water in tanks, either underground or on top of the building, called fire storage tanks a specialised pumping system, a large network of pipes ending in either hydrants or sprinklers (nearly all buildings require both of these systems) Fire-Fighting System, Automatic. a system of equipment used to prevent, extinguish, localize, or block fires in enclosed spaces. Automatic fire-fighting systems are installed in buildings and rooms where the fire hazard is comparatively high.

Types Of Fire Fighting System

Fire extinguishers

Fire extinguishers are provided for a 'first attack' fire fighting measure, generally undertaken by the occupants of the building before the fire service arrives. It is important that occupants are familiar with which extinguisher type to use on which fire.

Fire hose reels

Fire hose reels are provided for use by occupants as a 'first attack' fire fighting measure but may, in some instances, also be used by firefighters.

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Automatic Sprinkler Systems

Automatic sprinkler systems are one of the most reliable methods available for controlling fires. Today's automatic fire sprinkler systems offer state of the art protection of life and property from the effects of fire. .

Fire hydrant systems

Fire hydrant systems are installed in buildings to help firefighters quickly attack the fire. Essentially, a hydrant system is a water reticulation system used to transport water in order to limit the amount of hose that firefighters have to lay, thus speeding up the fire fighting process.

Working Of Fire Fighting System

A fire fighting system is probably the most important of the building services, as its aim is to protect human life and property, strictly in that order. It consists of three basic parts: a large store of water in tanks, either underground or on top of the building, called fire storage tanks a specialised pumping system, a large network of pipes ending in either hydrants or sprinklers (nearly all buildings require both of these systems) Fire-Fighting System, Automatic. a system of equipment used to prevent, extinguish, localize, or block fires in enclosed spaces. Automatic fire-fighting systems are installed in buildings and rooms where the fire hazard is comparatively high.

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