What is a fire suppression system?
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We can always see people say: heptafluoropropane fire extinguishing system, high pressure water mist fire extinguishing system and so on. So what exactly is the fire extinguishing system?
The fire suppression system is designed to extinguish a fire or at least prevent the spread of fire. When thermal sensors detect signs of an emergency fire, they work by dispersing water or chemicals at the site of a potential fire, and some systems can be manually activated. The early fire suppression system relied on water, and Leonardo Da Vinci designed a water-based sprinkler system in the 19th century. Despite Leonardo's remarkable engineering strength at the time, his firefighting work proved to be a bust, and his prototype installed in a friend's kitchen was said to be very effective and caused flooding at a huge party.
At present, the fire extinguishing system with particularly good fire extinguishing effect is: heptafluoropropane fire extinguishing system, water mist fire extinguishing system. The heptafluoropropane fire extinguishing system includes: cabinet type, hanging type, pipe network type; fine water mist fire extinguishing system is divided into: high pressure, medium pressure and low pressure, and is divided into open type and closed type according to the action mode. Of course, the fire extinguishing system is far more than these, there are carbon dioxide fire extinguishing systems, water-based fire extinguishing systems, etc.; basically, the combined effect of fire extinguishing system is proportional to the price.
For the above fire suppression systems, the main applications that are most likely to benefit include:
· electronic product
· Conversion room
· medical equipment
· Medical record room
· data center
· Server room
· Oil pumping station
· Pump room
· Engine compartment
· Engine and machine space
· Books, art and antiques
In the next article, we introduce you to the best fire extinguishing system?