Fire Alarms

Aspirating Detection

CHURCHES FIRE USE ASPIRATING DETECTION IN OUR FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS, TO ENSURE THE EARLIEST FIRE DETECTION POSSIBLE.

ASPIRATING DETECTION

As part of our dedication to innovation and technological advancement, we use aspirating detection to alert you to the presence of fire as soon as possible. This means that the fire can be contained quicker, saving lives and property.

Our technicians can tailor your system to your exact needs, determining whether aspirating detection might be the best solution for you.

ASD systems

An aspirating smoke detector (ASD) is a system used in active fire protection, consisting of a central detection unit which draws air through a network of pipes to detect smoke. ASDs can typically detect smoke before it is visible to the naked eye. This means that you are aware of a potential fire situation without relying on manual detection, which increases safety and reduces the risk of loss of property or life.

Aspiring detection is used for applications not suited for standard smoke detection. For example, where there are extreme environmental conditions, high rates of air changes in a space or a very large area of coverage. Spaces that would benefit from aspiring detection include ceiling voids, cold rooms and warehousing.

The main benefit an ASD provides is a very early warning, detecting a fire before damage can occur. They provide greater reliability than a standard system with features including airflow analysis and ignition point targeting, as well as the ability to work alongside existing smoke detection and air conditioning systems symbiotically.

Aspirating detection

Aspirating detection installation

Another benefit of ASDs is their convenience of installation. Unlike standard systems, they do not require strategic placement to ensure maximum protection. Instead, they can be installed in easily accessible positions to allow easy access for servicing and maintenance.

 

Experts in fire safety, you can count on Churches Fire to provide the optimum detection systems for your organisation. Contact us today to discuss your individual requirements.

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