What to Expect From Fire Rover Fire Detection and Suppression Systems

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What to Expect From Fire Rover Fire Detection and Suppression Systems

September 15, 2022

One of the constant threats faced by all industrial facilities is that of a fire which can easily engulf materials stored in large volumes. Even the most diligent, organised facilities are unable to completely mitigate the risk of fire and, unfortunately, statistics show that the waste and recycling industry is the most vulnerable to fire incidents. Globally, there are hundreds if not thousands of industrial fires caused by materials such as lithium-ion battery damage, gas tanks, chemicals, electronics, large piles of rubber and other flammables left unattended for long periods of time.

Clearly, the causes are endless, and Wastech Engineering is committed to providing facilities with modern fire risk management solutions such as the advanced Fire Rover fire detection and suppression systems.

Why Choose Fire Rover Fire Detection and Suppression Systems?

While there is no perfect solution for eliminating fire hazards, we believe that the right combination of technology and experience can protect your business. Ideally, fire detection and suppression systems should include the following critical features.

Thermal Cameras

Fire Rover systems are fitted with military grade thermal sensor technology with automatic detection using high-definition video cameras. These systems can identify the smallest increase in temperature, up to increments of 0.01 degrees Celsius. This means that a potential fire can be eliminated in seconds.

Environmentally Friendly, Fireproof Encapsulating Agent

An oil fire is different from a chemical fire, which is different from a wood fire, and so on. A quality fire detection and suppressing system like Fire Rover uses an environmentally friendly encapsulating agent which simultaneously cuts off oxygen to any kind of fire while ensuring a rapid drop in temperature.

Early Detection Fire Suppression

Fire Rover fire detection and suppression system employ a unique combination of human verification (to rule out false alarms) and a precise, fire agent dispenser which can quickly target the base of a fire.

Instant Notifications to Local Authorities

The Fire Rover fire detection and suppression system is designed to act quickly to eliminate a fire, but it also instantly notifies local fire authorities and facility management to ensure that appropriate procedures are followed. The system also creates incident reports complete with video footage, allowing verification of the series of events which led to the fire. This ensures you have all you need in case of an inquiry.

24/7 Monitoring, All Year Round

Industrial facilities may have working hours, but due to the nature of their purpose, the kinds of materials they use or the processes they follow, fire risk management is a constant demand. No matter the time of day, or time of year, the fire rover detection and suppression system monitors your location 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Fire Rover Fire Detection and Suppression Systems for Industrial Facilities

There are countless ways in which a fire can start in an industrial facility. Trying to prepare and pre-empt every cause is an impossible task but installing a state-of-the-art fire detection and suppression system is just a phone call away.

Call Wastech Engineering on 1800 465 465 today, contact us online or visit our website for more information on fire detection and suppression systems.

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