Fire Detection and Alarm System

UL, EN and VDS approved Fire Alarm Panels by Honeywell- Morley/SYS/Notifier, Apollo, GST, Edwards, Schrack, C-Tec, Aquasys, Ravel, Agni and many more …
A fire alarm system has a number of devices working together to detect and warn people through visual and audio appliances when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present.
These alarms may be activated automatically from smoke detectors and heat detectors or may also be activated via manual fire alarm activation devices such as manual call points or pull stations.
Alarms can be either motorized bells or wall mountable sounders or horns. They can also be speaker strobes which sound an alarm, followed by a voice evacuation message which warns people inside the building not to use the elevators.

TYPES OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS :

HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT?

CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
The biggest different between conventional and addressable fire alarms is scale.
Conventional fire alarms are ideal for small buildings, such as individual offices or retail shops.
They go off individually when they detect smoke or heat and will help everyone escape from your building safely and quickly.

ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Addressable fire alarms are a necessity for large building complexes or campuses. Addressable fire alarm systems can be customized in a variety of ways, including:
• Different devices having different alarm thresholds based on their location
• An Annunciator panel in the front of your building to show exactly which devices or zones are alarming
• Scalable networks that allow you to add zones with ease
Addressable fire alarm systems are typically more expensive than conventional alarms, but the extra information they provide to firefighters and building managers is invaluable.

BENEFITS:
CONVENTIONAL FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Conventional fire alarms can be set up in zones, with each zone hardwired to a control panel or zone expander.
Conventional fire alarm systems are much less expensive and require significantly less labor to install.
ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS

For a large building or campus, addressable fire alarms are invaluable. Since they show exactly which devices are going off, it makes it extremely easy to figure out either where there is a fire or, in the event of a false alarm, which specific device is having a problem.
Another benefit of addressable fire alarms is that they require less cabling than conventional fire alarms. All of the devices installed as part of an addressable fire alarm system connect to a single cabling loop that runs through the entire premises, making it easy to add new devices to the existing system.


SYSTEMS WE IMPLEMENT

SCHRACK, HONEYWELL, APOLLO, GST, RAVEL, And many more


THE TYPES OF DETECTION SYSTEMS WE OFFER

SMOKE, HEAT, MULTISENSOR, FLAME, BEAM, LINEAR HEAT SENSING CABLE, L.I.S.T.E.C, ALL AVAILABLE IN NORMAL, INTRINSICALLY SAFE, ATEX APPROVED (CONVENTIONAL AND ADDRESSABLE)

WHY PRIASHA :
We Keep You Up to Code
To ensure their reliability, fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested, and maintained. Priasha Enterprises will set up a service program for periodic testing, inspection, and maintenance that conforms to:
• NBC requirements
• Local authorities including the Fire Department
• System manufacturers' recommended inspection and maintenance requirements
• Required Annual Fire Alarm System Testing
Fire Alarm Installation
Priasha Enterprises’s professional fire protection technicians provide design, installation, programming, and training of automatic detection and fire alarm systems for a wide variety of standard and special hazards systems. All of our system designs are designed considering manufacturer's guidelines, NBC
Fire Alarm Inspection & Repair
Fire alarm systems consist of much more than smoke detectors on the walls or ceilings or a main fire alarm control panel in the front of your building. Many elements of fire alarm systems are kept out of sight, so you might not be able to check them every day. During a routine annual fire alarm system inspection, the various components of your fire alarm system are exercised and tested to make sure they're all in good working order. This includes all of the manual pull stations, hooters,strobe,siren, smoke and heat detectors, response indicators, annunciator panels, the main alarm panel, and any communications sub-panels and battery backup supplies.
We provide troubleshooting and repair of circuit boards and all other fire alarm components. If a fire alarm inspection turns up any items that need to be addressed, our experienced technical staff will quickly find the answer to the problem and have it fixed as quickly as possible.

Why Are Fire Alarm System Inspections Important?

A fire alarm system is the best way to firstly give early notification to the to avoid fire and secondly in case of fire, alert your tenants, employees and co-workers of a fire so they can quickly get to safety. It is important to keep your fire alarm system up to code to ensure it works properly at all times. Annual fire alarm inspection will ensure that your fire alarm system is ready and able to perform correctly in the actual event of a fire emergency.

What Else Does a Fire Alarm Inspection Include?

• Inspect control panel
• Verify monitoring connection
• Inspect annunciator
• Test pull stations
• Test bells
• Test audible/visual devices
• Test thermal detectors
• Test tamper switches
• Test flow switches
• Test ground fault detection circuitry

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