Automatic fire detection system
O fire It is a combustion, i.e, an exothermic chemical reaction, normalmente autossustentada, from a combustible material and an oxidising agent. Is called by a fire the fire out of control in time and space. Combustion products are:
O hot dissipated to the environment (calorific);
The Flue gas, some invisible, the most common being water vapor, or e dioxide or carbon monoxide;
O smoke and aerosols which are not gaseous volatiles;
A light radiation related to the temperature and the embers;
Nonvolatiles. These various manifestations of combustion products allow the existence of different types of detectors or sensors. The success of the intervention to the associated detection is dependent on that type detectors. The detection of the fire will be more useful and effective as face early for ignition.
The configuration type of a SADI is as follows:
SETTING AN AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM
a Automatic fire detection system (SATI) It is a technical installation capable of recording a principle of fire, without human intervention, transmit the corresponding information to a central signaling and command (CDI - fire detection central), raise the alarm automatically, whether local and restricted, whether general, either the distance (alert) and trigger all commands (immediate or timed) necessary for fire safety of the occupants and the building where it is installed: close fire resistant doors, command lifts, controlling fire dampers, command automatic fire extinguishing systems (SAEI), commanding fans, command electricity, Unlock retainers, etc.
Design and PROJECT
Do system components
Selection of detectors and manual buttons
Location and distribution of detectors and alarm buttons
And alarm equipment
Control and signaling (Fire detection Center - CDI)
Other equipment or systems
Applications for special risks
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF SYSTEMS
NOTE: can be more than one entity involved in the process.
Generally it should be made an agreement between the owner of the work or user and the manufacturer, supplier or other competent authority for inspection, Service & Repair. The agreement must specify the connection forms suitable to provide access to facilities and the period in which the equipment should be put back in working order after a fault. The name and service business phone number should be posted prominently on the CDI.