4 Ways Fire Rover Prevention Systems Address Fire Risk Management

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4 Ways Fire Rover Prevention Systems Address Fire Risk Management

June 21, 2022


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4 Ways Fire Rover Systems Address Fire Risk Management

Serious fire risks are a constant threat to facilities of all kinds across the world. In facilities handling large volumes of flammable materials, fires can start in different ways. The key to a quality fire suppression plan is precise risk assessment, early detection, and a swift fire suppression mechanism. Fire Rover is a fire detection and suppression system which fine tunes and optimises each of these requirements to ensure that high-volume material storage facilities, waste and recycling units, manufacturing units and refineries can benefit from customised fire risk management solutions.

1) Comprehensive Risk Assessment

One of the main benefits of the Fire Rover fire detection and suppression system is that all the potential risks at a facility are identified and incorporated into the risk management plan. Fire Rover’s robust fire monitoring systems account for the unique material types, storage arrangement and potential on-site vulnerabilities which could pose a fire hazard. This allows for the creation of a customised fire plan which is efficient and quick to respond. A thorough risk assessment and the installation of world class fire detection systems indicate a proactive approach which does not go unnoticed by insurance providers.

2)  Improved Resource Management

Fire Rover provides end-to-end, fire detection and suppression support which takes the burden of fire management off your staff. With your staff free to focus on their workplace responsibilities, operators have the freedom to grow their business knowing they have a quality fire safety plan in place.

3) Early Detection

Fire Rover is a proven fire management solution which prioritises early detection through military grade thermal cameras designed to detect tiny difference in heat, up to 0.01 degrees Celsius. Monitored in real time, data is analysed by Fire Rover’s UL-listed, and FM approved central monitoring centre where experienced and highly trained staff distinguish between false alarms and real emergencies.

4) Fire Suppression

An emergency is detected within seconds, and it is at this point that Fire Rover’s revolutionary fire suppression mechanism springs into action. With precision fire suppression delivered to the base of a fire, it is extinguished within seconds of ignition. Whether it is a petroleum, Lithium-Ion battery or waste fire, the system effectively eliminates any hazard faster than sprinkler systems and smoke alarms. To guarantee superior results, Fire Rover uses a significantly higher volume of fire suppressing encapsulating agent than recommended by regulatory authorities.

Comprehensive Fire Monitoring Systems in Melbourne

Large scale facilities and units handling flammable materials are expected to live with the looming spectre of a fire which could wipe out their entire operation. Fire Rover eliminates this threat with a proactive approach to fire suppression with advanced thermal cameras including fire detection and suppression technology.

Visit the Wastech Engineering website for more information on modern, commercial fire monitoring systems. Alternatively, feel free to contact us online or call 1800 465 465 for a consultation today.


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