Fire Suppression Articles

  • Importance of Dry Risers for Fire Safety

    Fighting fires in high rise buildings is challenging. It would not be possible for firemen to just aim their hoses from the ground floor and hope to reach those floors that are higher up. It would also not be feasible for them to run up flights of stairs trailing a hose behind them. Many high rise buildings can have twenty floors or more and a fire can happen anywhere. The ability to get water to ...

    By Nationwide Dry Risers

  • J566 fire suppression unit

    Client: Sporting Edge Area: Norway & Dubai We were approached by Sporting Edge to build a Fire Suppression unit that would be incorporated in a large data centre in Oslo and also another unit for Dubai. These units replaced the ‘argon dump’ systems currently installed, thus making the data centres safer. The Fire Suppression system takes the oxygen ...

    By WES Ltd / Weschem Ltd

  • Experience with Fire Suppression Installations for Wood Churches in Sweden

    During the last 100 years, approximately one church per year has been destroyed by fire in Sweden. When a church is lost to fire, invaluable artifacts vanish, both material and immaterial. Churches are important symbols and the cultural-historical value is in most cases very high. The installation of a fire suppression system is often the best measure for improving fire protection. This paper ...

    By SAGE Publications

  • Field Model Analysis and Experimental Assessment of Fire Severity and Smoke Movement in a Partitioned and a Non-partitioned Dwelling Unit

    Inter-compartment smoke spread in a dwelling unit is greatly impeded by the presence of partition walls. For the same fire load and floor area, smoke movement and associated fire severity for a non-partitioned (NP) unit are different from those of a partitioned (PT) unit. To study the smoke movement and gas temperature evolution, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis is carried out for a ...

    By SAGE Publications

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