fire detection systems Equipment in Peru

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HazardWatch - Model II - Fire and Gas System

by General Monitors     based in Lake Forest, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HazardWatch II is the SIL 2 capable, pre-engineered Fire and Gas Detection System representing the next generation in highly intelligent monitoring solutions designed to help reduce hazard vulnerability and meet the world’s most demanding safety standards. It integrates Rockwell Automation’s industry proven ControlLogix platform with ...

VESDA - Air Sampling And Early Warning Smoke Detection

by Fike UK     based in Maidstone, UNITED KINGDOM

When high value assets, equipment or irreplaceable items are at stake, early warning of a smoke or fire problem, is essential. Compatible and complimentary to each of Fike's fire alarm and fire suppression systems, VESDA® early warning smoke detection monitors the entire progression of a fire - easily detecting fire long before smoke is ...

Coal Pile Hotspot Detection

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

Coal Pile Fire Detector: Even strict adherence to guidelines (particularly with the more volatile coals) may in some circumstances not be enough. An early warning system to prevent the onset of fire remains the best and most reliable solution.

Conveyor Fire Detector

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

Early Detection of hotspots on the conveyor: The transportation of coal on any form of conveyor system has the potential to ignite, with the ultimate outcome being a fire. A single point temperature measurement system can detect a hot spot, but is just as often likely to miss one.

GreCon - Model BS 7 - Spark Detection and Extinguishment Systems

by GreCon Greten GmbH & Co. KG     based in Alfeld-Hannover, GERMANY

In many different industries where bulk materials are processed, fires and dust explosions occur again and again worldwide with far-reaching consequences. Interruptions of the production process that are caused this way lead to substantial follow-up costs – quite apart from the direct damage to persons and property. With GreCon spark ...

Land - Mill Fire Detection System

by Land Instruments International     based in Dronfield, UNITED KINGDOM

Advance warning of the onset of coal mill and silo fires through the early detection of the build-up of carbon monoxide in the mill.

HazardWatch - Fire and Gas System

by General Monitors     based in Lake Forest, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The HazardWatch Fire and Gas Detection System is an innovative, modular system that combines highly reliable programmable logic controller (PLC) technology with General Monitors' advanced gas and flame field devices. It is highly scalable, making it suitable for small systems to large plant-wide applications. Offering intelligence, flexibility and ...

Aloa - Detection of Fire Risks

by ALOATEC     based in Calais, FRANCE

Monitoring of large areas using thermal imaging cameras and visible cameras. The solution aloa DETECT Fire monitors large areas using thermal imaging cameras and visible cameras. This system finds application in the repair of gas-powered buses, in municipal waste incinerators and more generally in any unit where the cost of fire risk needs to ...

Low Pressure CO2 Systems

by TOMCO2 Systems     based in Loganville, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Carbon dioxide, the original clean agent system, is the most common and effective non-water fire extinguishing medium. In addition to being economical and leaving no residue, CO2 is effective on a wide range of hazardous materials. Two primary methods of CO2 storage include low pressure and high pressure CO2 systems. The custom low pressure fire ...

Kidde - Model AI-001 - AIR-Intelligence HSSD Systems

by Kidde Fire Systems     based in Ashland, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

AIR-Intelligence detectors continuously adapt their sensitivity to the environment in which they are installed, providing alarm thresholds which are 'relative' to the background particle levels in the protected area, instead of placing the alarm threshold at a fixed level relative to ambient conditions. At any time, the detector's performance ...

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