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3. FIRE FIGHTING / PROTECTION SYSTEM & FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFIRE ALARM & DETECTION SYSTEM – CONVENTIONAL, ADDRESSABLE &WIRELESS FASINTRUSION ALARM SYSTEM (BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM)SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM - DVR BASED SOLUTIONSURVEILLANCE SYSTEM – NVR & IP BASEDACCESS CONTROL – PROXIMITY, BIOMETRIC & FACE RECOGNISIONFLAME & BEAM SENSORS
4. First of all we need to understandWhat is Fire ?Theory of Fire & Smoke
5. • Before attempting to understand fire detection systems and automaticsprinklers, it is beneficial to possess a basic knowledge of firedevelopment and behavior.• With this information, the role and interaction of these supplementalfire safety systems in the protection process can then be better realized.• Basically, a fire is a chemical reaction in which a carbon based material(fuel), mixes with oxygen (usually as a component of air), and is heatedto a point where flammable vapors are produced.• These vapors can then come in contact with something that is hotenough to cause vapor ignition, and a resulting fire. In simple terms,something that can burn touches something that is hot, and a fire isproducedTheory of Fire & Smoke
6. • Libraries, archives, museums, and historic structures frequentlycontain numerous fuels. These include books, manuscripts, records,artifacts, combustible interior finishes, cabinets, furnishings, andlaboratory chemicals.Theory of Fire & Smoke
7. 8Elements of FireThree elements essential simultaneouslyfor a fire:• Fuel or combustible material• Enough OXYGENto sustain combustion,• Enough HEATto raise the material to its ignition temperature,These three elements together give rise toThe chemical reaction that is FIRE.
8. 9The Fire Triangle
9. 10Stages of a FireIncipient stage: Initial stage of a fire. No visible flameor smoke, but the chemical reaction of fire is in progress.Smoldering stage: Second stage of a fire. Flame isnot visible but smoke and heat are produced.Open Flame stage: Third stage of fire. Flame isvisible, transient stage from smoldering to open flame islonger. In a few seconds open flame can lead to a major fire.High Heat stage: Fourth stage of fire. Flames andheat are so high that loss to the property are maximum.
10. 11• Human error (95.7%)• Deficiencies in buildings• Inadequate fire protection systems• Proliferation of ignition sources• Lack of R & D into fire accidents• Public apathy(Data from National seminar on fire safety in the newmillennium - N Delhi 24 -25 January, 2011)Reasons for Fire Accidents
11. 12Summary• Majority of fires occur in storage areas.• Most of the fires take place either late at night orearly in the morning or on non working dayswhen the storage areas are unattended.• Poor housekeeping practices and sparingly usedareas lead to major conflagrations.• Not much importance is paid for providingdetection or extinguishing system.• Employees are not adequately trained• There is no serious attempt to learn from pastmistakes.
12. 13Fire Safety /extinguishing fires
13. 14Fuel sources and ignition sources be keptapart.Take any of these three things away, and thefire will be extinguished.Fire extinguishers put out fire by taking awayone or more elements of the fire triangle.Fire Safety
14. FuelExtinguishing a FireFire is extinguished by the removal of anyone of the 3 elements
15. Extinguishing a FireFire is extinguished by the removal of anyone of the 3 elementsStarvationFuel
16. 17Common Fire Extinguishing agentsWaterSandCarbon dioxideFoamMultipurpose dry chemicalHalon**INDIA has already stopthe consumptionOf halonextinguishersin year2010.Used inExtinguishers
17. 18FoamHas blanketing or smothering effectHas cooling effectCan be used for controlling Class“B” fires.DisadvantagesLeaves considerable residueCommon Fire Extinguishing agents
18. 19Common Fire Extinguishing agentsCARBON DIOXIDE (CO2)• Reduces oxygen to less than 15%• Effective on Class B,C and E fires• No residue• Relatively inertDisadvantages• Generally >35% concentration by volume required for total floodingsystem• Toxic to humans at >4% by volume• Not the best agent for smouldering deep-seated fires (concentrationrequired for >20 minutes)
19. 20Common Fire Extinguishing agentsMULTIPURPOSE DRY CHEMICAL• Interrupts chemical reactions• Mono ammonium phosphate• Effective on Class A, B, and C fires• Non-conducting mediumDisadvantages• Obscures vision• More irritating than ordinary dry chemical• Nozzle pressure may cause burning liquids to splash
20. 21Common Fire Extinguishing agentsHALON• Interrupts chemical reactions• Bromotrifluoromethane• Effective on Class A, B, and C fires• Not acutely toxic at <10% by volume• Generally used at <7% by volume• No residue• No chilling effect on electronic parts and componentsDisadvantages• Acutely toxic at >10% by volume (anaesthetic and cardiaceffects)• Delayed effects and effects of chronic exposure not wellknown• Final bi-products after fire might be toxic ondecomposition
22. 23Fire ExtinguishersPortable extinguishers are only “first-aid”implements, for immediate use on fires inthe incipient stage.“First line of defense.”The Indian Standards Institution hasclassified FEs according to the nature ofthe burning material .
23. 24Which FE to use?When picking one up look for :-• What is burning?• Ease in handling.• Method of operation.• Effective range
24. 25Using FEsEven though extinguishers come in a number ofshapes and sizes, they are all operated similarly.When using an FE remember the word PASS :P A S S -- Pull, Aim, Squeeze, and Sweep
25. 26Pull the pin at the top of theextinguisher that keeps thehandle from being accidentallypressedUsing FEs
26. 27Aim the nozzle at the base ofthe fire.Using FEs
27. 28Stand approximately 8 feet awayfrom the fire and squeeze thehandle to discharge theextinguisher.When you release the handle,the jet will stop.Using FEs
28. 29Sweep the nozzle to andfro at the base of the fire.After the fire appears togo out, watch it carefully-it may re-ignite!Using FEs
29. 30Fire ExtinguishersMost fire extinguishers will have a picture labeltelling you which type of fire it is designed for. Viz.Rememberfire extinguishers put out fire by taking away oneor more elements of the fire triangle
30. 32Fire Hydrants System• A Hydrant System is a backbone of Fire Protection System.• A Hydrant System comprises of Hydrant Valve, Hose box, Hose Pipes, Hose Reel,Hose Reel Drum, Branch Pipe & etc.
31. 33Hose pipes and Branch pipes• Hoses that are used for delivering the water(also called as delivery hoses) are generallyof RRL (Reinforced Rubber lined) type of 15m or 30 m in length.• Branch pipes – are tapering metallic pipes towhich nozzles of 20 mm size are attached.
32. 34Wet Riser System• Line pressure is initially maintained by ajockey pump.• When any hydrant is operated andjockey pump fails to maintain thepressure then after certain drop inpressure wet riser pump takes autostart.• It can be switched off manually.
33. 35Hose reel system• Hose reels are non percolating deliveryhoses of small internal diameter,normally 19 mm carried on a drum.• Hose reels are first-aid fireextinguishing equipment suitable forgeneral protection of building.• It is attached with wet riser system.
34. 36Fire Pumps• Line pressure is maintained by the firepumps.• Number of pumps supply water in caseof fire emergency.
35. 37Jockey Pump• Primarily line pressure is maintained bythe jockey pump.• It has auto start and auto cut offfeatures.
36. 38Sprinkler Pump• If the sprinklers are operated and jockeypump fails to maintain the pressure thensprinkler pump will auto start.• After certain drop in pressure it can beswitched off manually.
37. 39Diesel Pump• It is the standby to both the electricpumps in case of power failure.
38. 40Sprinkler SystemA fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection measure, consisting of a water supplysystem, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, ontowhich fire sprinklers are connected. Although historically only used in factories and largecommercial buildings, home and small building systems
39. 41Sprinkler System• An automatic sprinkler system consists ofpipes and heat operated valves (sprinkler„heads‟) by means of which a fire isautomatically detected , the alarm given andwater delivered to seat of fire.• By this means a fire is extinguished or keptunder control till fire brigade arrives.• Line pressure is maintained by Jockey &Sprinkler pump backed by diesel pump.Color of bulb Activation Temp.Red 680CYellow 790C
40. 42Co2 Flooding SystemFrom a main distribution valves, a piping system is used to distribute the gas to the dischargenozzles which are placed uniformly throughout the protected spaces.It extinguishes fires using CO2 by suppressing the oxygen content in the space . Designed towithstand every climatic conditions.These devices are widely used in Electrical Transformers , Power Generators ,Machinery Spaces& Others
41. 43FM200 Flooding System•Fast - Within seconds, FM200 penetrates the entire hazard areas to smother the combustion.•Environmentally Friendly & FM200 exists as a gas in the earths atmosphere and is one ofthe by-products of combustion. Its use has no environmental impact.•Non-damaging – FM200 does not cause spoilage, requires no clean up and leaves noresidue.•Non-conductive – FM200 is electrically non-conductive, allowing use for a wide variety ofspecial applications.Adaptive – FM200 is effective on a wide range of flammable and combustible materials.
42. 44When fighting a fireCheck :• whether your path of escape is blocked• If the extinguisher has run out of material.• The extinguisher is effective or not.• If you are not able to fight the fire“safely”,then
43. 45Detection and AlarmSystem
44. Fire Alarm SystemsFAS – An IntroductionConventional Fire Alarm System Wireless Fire Alarm System
45. 47COMPONENTSOUTPUTSFIREALARMPULLin caseofFIREDetectorsWater flowSwitchesFIRE BELLFIREBellsStrobesHornsSpeakersAuxiliaryDevicesCONTROL PANELManualCall pointsConventional Fire Alarm SystemModel
69. • A public address or "PA" system is an electronic amplificationsystem with a mixer, amplifier and loudspeakers, used toreinforce a given sound (e.g.,a person making a speech,prerecorded music, or message) and distributing the sound tothe general public around a building.• Simple PA systems are often used in small venues such as schoolauditoriums, churches, and small bars. PA systems with a largernumber of speakers are widely used in institutional andcommercial buildings, to read announcements or declare states ofemergency. Intercom systems, which are often used in schools,also have microphones in each room so that the occupants canreply to the central office.Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemIntroduction
70. • There is disagreement over when to call these audio systemsSound Reinforcement (SR) systems or PA systems. Some audioengineers distinguish between the two by technology andcapability, while others distinguish by intended use (e.g., SRsystems are for live music whereas PA systems are usually forreproduction of speech and recorded music in buildings andinstitutions). This distinction is important in some regions ormarkets, while in other regions or markets the terms areinterchangeable.Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemIntroduction
72. Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemSchematic
73. Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemSchematic
74. Public address (PA) systemsExamples of public address systemsFire Alarm & Security System
75. Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemWall and Ceiling Mount Speakers & Strobes
76. Fire Alarm & Security SystemsPublic Address SystemCeiling Speakers
77. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Fire Alarm Control Panel• Standard panels are 99 & 999 zone panels.• Panel has ability to receive radio waves .• It displays the zones whenever receive the signal from the detector.• There is an inbuilt siren in the panel .• Auto dialer is also the feature of this panel.• It can save 4 telephone nos. and start dialing when ever it becomesactivated.
78. • It has 1 – 99 independent wireless zones; each can be armed ordisarmed independently. It is also defined to common zoneand emergency zone.Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsThere are 2 Types of Control Panel which are as follows:a ) 99 Zone Fire Alarm panelb) 999 Zone Fire Alarm panel• It has 1 – 999 independent wireless zones; each can be armedor disarmed independently. It is also defined to common zoneand emergency zone.Wireless Control Panels
79. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Control PanelsDescription: Wireless Control Panel with 99 detectors & second one with 999 detectors.Compatibility: All KARSAN radio emitter through radio wavesIndication: Alarm 105 dbPrinciple Function : Displays different zones of smoke sensors transmitted by radio emitter .Operating voltage: 12 volts DC, Two pin 5 Amp socket is required to be connected for chargingPower Backup : 7 to 8 HoursAddressing method: Digital nos. display on screenConstruction Material: M S BodyColor: BlackBattery : 12V DC, 1.2 AH
80. • The code of detector or wireless emitter can be inputted to alarmmore host automatically or by hand.• Super-large LED display and voice guide make alarm more humanlyand easily.• Two accesses code (user code and installer code ) manage separately.The code is modifiable to prevent the program from distorting at illwill.• The alarm host has two timers. It can recognize on/off stateautomatically and also indicates present on/off state.• Five pieces of up-to-date alarm massage can be scrolled to displaysimultaneously.• Inquiring 70 pieces of up-to-date records including alarm messageand indication message That is last 70 message can be inquired .• A normal open/close output and + 12V DC output are provided tocontrol other devices(e.g. startup alarm horn, alarm light, alarmlinkage etc.)• The internal or external backup battery can be optional. There isprotection for over-charged or over-discharged and also low poweralert.Main Functions and Characteristics of PanelWire Less Fire Alarm Systems
81. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsName and usage of main parts• Volume button: adjusting the volume, it becomes louder whenadjusted clock wisely.• 0-9 Keys: number keys• < *, #> Key: right/left direction key, used to complete function setuptogether with “SET” key.• RESET key: when an alarm occurs, press this key to stop the alarmsound and the alarm massage will memorize automatically, Whenentering into setup state, press this key to exit.• OK key: Used to confirm the inputs. Used to complete function setuptogether with “SET” key• SET key: used to set functions. Please referring to “operation”chapters for specific function setting operations.• LED display screen: usually, it displays the time and the second lightis flashing. When an alarm occurs, it displays the alarm time, alarmdirection and alarm type and the second light is completely on.
82. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsName and usage of main parts• AC power input: AC 220V 50HZ power supply.• Fuse: AC 220V 0.5A fuse tube.• Antena interface: it can be connected with inner antenna and outerantenna. In order to get the best affection, outdoor antennal isrecommended.• DC input: DC+12V end, to provide power for device that is requiringpower supply, Polarity. Red is+ , Black is -. If a build-in backup powersupply is selected. Short-circuit is forbidden.• Line: to be used to connect with PSTN• Phone: to be used to connect with users’ telephone set.• Menu display: in standby, the menu light is off, when entering intosetup state. The light is flashing after entering into setup state, thelight is completely on.
83. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Smoke Detectors• Detectors are programmable can be programmed in any zonebetween 1 to 999 nos.• Each detector is attached with power radio emitter .• So when ever detector becomes activated through smoke it sendsradio waves to the panel .• Panel display the same zone in which it has been programmed• Programmed zone can be changed to another zone if required.• There is also an inbuilt hooter in the detectors as well as radio emitter.• Each emitter is workable with call button ( manual call point ) .
84. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Smoke DetectorModel No.: SS 168Area Coverage ( Max. ) :40 SQ. MTR. WITH 10 F HT.Compatibility: All KARSAN analogue system through radio wavesMounting: Plugs into surface baseDetection principle: Photo electric light scatterOperating voltage: 9 volts DC batteryAddressing method: Unique address embedded in detectorConstruction Material: Molded ABSDimensions: 106mm (Dia) x 36mm (H)Color: White
85. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Multi-Sensor DetectorModel No.: GB - 2688Area Coverage ( Max. ) :40 SQ. MTR. WITH 10 F HT.Compatibility: All KARSAN analogue system through radio wavesMounting: Plugs into surface baseDetection principle: Photo electric light scatter or HeatOperating voltage: 9 volts DC batteryAddressing method: Unique address embedded in detectorConstruction Material: Molded ABSDimensions: 106mm (Dia) x 36mm (H)Color: White
86. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Heat DetectorModel No.: SS 116Area Coverage ( Max. ) :40 SQ. MTR. WITH 10 F HT.Compatibility: All KARSAN analogue system through radio wavesMounting: Plugs into surface baseDetection principle: Heat at 60° COperating voltage: 9 volts DC batteryAddressing method: Unique address embedded in detectorConstruction Material: Molded ABSDimensions: 106mm (Dia) x 36mm (H)Color: White
87. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Manual Call PointModel No.: KS 10ADescription: Wireless manual call point with lock / un-lock facilityCompatibility: All KARSAN radio transmitters through radio wavesMounting: Fix into molded boxIndication: Red light at the time of activationAddressing method: Unique address embeddedEnvironmental Application: Indoor useConstruction Material: Molded ABSColor: Grey / Black
88. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsWireless Control PanelsCompatibility: All KARSAN analogue smoke sensors through radio wavesMounting: Plug into surface baseIndication: Alarm 85 dbPrinciple Function : Reads different zones of smoke sensors and push the signals so as to collect and read bywireless panelOperating voltage: 12 volts DC , Two pin 5 Amp socket is required to be connected and chargingBattery : AAA Size, 1.2 V, 10 NosPower Backup : 6 HoursAddressing method: Unique address embedded in detectorConstruction Material: Molded ABSColor: White
89. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsPassword Modification• Choose “Password” and press “OK” key, the screen will display aspicture 19. The voice guide will alert you with “Please enter the code”You have to input the original code. If the code is right, it will make ashort “beep” sound and the screen will display as picture 20. Thenyou have to input the new code two times continuously. If this code isdifferent from the last one, the alarm host will alert you with “pleaseenter the code” then it needed to input again.• If You enter program state with installer code, then the code ismodified to installer code and it will display.Note: The user code default is 000000. Installer code default is 888888.Record operation and display ( it should be equipped with dialer module)Choose “record “ and press “OK” key , the screen will display as picturePress “OK” key to display your recorded content , If you want to record ,press “PRINT” and “OK” key to record new content ,after hearing theindicative sound “beep”. You can start the new content. Press any key tostop. Note: You have to aim at the “Audio hole” On the front panel duringrecording. And recording time shall be note beyond 20 seconds.
90. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsMANUAL CALL POINT & EMITTER WITH HOOTER• Radio emitter reads the separate zones of each detector lying at adistance of 85 feet and push the signal which is read by panel.• Manual call point can activate radio emitter. So as soon as emitterreceives signal from the manual call point siren of 85 db starts andalso emitter sends signal to the panel
91. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsZone BypassChoose “Bypass” and press “OK” key, the screen will display as picture25.The-on-means No.001 zone is not bypassed. Press “<*” key toexchange between bypass.The –off –means the timing telecommunication is shut up (functionof waiting to expand and should be set to be off ).Press”#>” Key toexchange .Input the zone number directly. After finishing set up, you will hear ashort “beep” sound, means that it is settled successfully, then press“reset” to exit.
92. Wire Less Fire Alarm SystemsFault symptoms Failure reasons Failure recoveryNo tone and no display when power on The power socket may be badThe power cable may be not good connectionThere is not power supplyThe fuse may be burnt out?Check the plug and socket.Check the fuse and replace itSome zones do not occurs an alarm The zone may be erasedThe zone may be DisarmRecover the zoneArm the zoneThe backup battery doesn’t worknormallyThe battery polarity may be incorrect.The battery may be ineffectiveCheck the battery polarity to see if iscorrect?Check the battery and replace it.The receiving distance of the alrarmhost becomes shorterThe antenna may be damagedThe antenna interface may be looseDoes it share the same socket with a TV,micro overn and etc?Replace the antennaFasten the antennaIt is recommended to use andindependent power socket, avoid tooclose to devices with highelectromagnetic radiationThe distance of remote controller is notenoughIs the emission indicator flashing duringemission?Low battery voltage replaces thebattery.Forwarding is abnormal Is the emission indicator flashing duringemission?Recover the jumper setup.Recover the code under the directionsof the distributor.Simple Failure Recovery
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107. 111The cardinal ruleFires can be very dangerous and you should always be certain that you donot endanger yourself or others when attempting to put out a fire.Always Install Efficient Fire Fighting & Detection system as per theguidelines of Fire Safety Consultants.
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