Friday, 26 May 2017

Ductless Ventilation System !!

Ductless ventilation system is the latest in applying modern technology in building management system. Hither to car parking ventilation has been done with conventional duct system. In this system a set of fresh air fans and exhaust fans are used. Through a well laid out duct the fresh air is being pumped to the car parking area and the exhaust fan sucks these air and remove it out.
A series of jet fans and exhaust fans are used in ductless ventilation systems for the removal of exhaust. The jet fans provide a high velocity to the gas stream entering into it and pass it onto the next exhaust or jet fan which then releases the gas stream to the outside surrounding while also replacing it with fresh air from outside.
The first and foremost advantage that these systems have over ducted ones is that due to the lack of ducts, it is extremely to install ductless systems in car parking spaces. The time and cost taken for the installation is also considerably lower.

Advantages of Ductless Ventilation Systems-
  • With the absence of ducts, the weight of the installation is also less. The jet fans are made of lightweight, less density corrosion resistant aluminum and the outer casting is made up of stainless steel.
  • The overall height of the basement gets restricted due to the installation height of the ducts and then the parking space is also convenient for small and medium cars and larger cars do not fit in. Whereas with ductless systems, one does have to face such issues.
  • The jet fans in ductless systems are synced with CO2 detectors and they automatically adjust themselves to work according to the CO2 level in the parking space. Whereas in ducted systems, the fresh air and exhaust fans would be required to work all day leading to more energy consumption.
  • The jet, impulse or induction fans are designed to have a characteristic thrust that ensures a relatively even distribution of air.
  • The jet fans can be worked in single or in both directions, according to the requirement.

In light of the above advantages that ductless systems offer over ducted ones, it can be safely said that ductless ventilation systems are ideal for underground car parking spaces in malls which already have less space and need to provide for hundreds of cars that come day in and out. The level of fresh air need to be maintained if people are to be prevented from getting suffocated and also a good ventilation system will come in handy when fire breaks out as it would neither be possible for people to vacate the space if there is smoke everywhere nor will the fire fighters be able to do their job.
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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Fire Fighting System !!


 Esaplling Fire Fighting System

We offer the best in quality & technology Hi-tech Wireless firefighting system with high levels of service through leading edge Research & Development. Firefighting System is one of the more significant concerns for owners and managers of commercial buildings, Safety is important for everyone whether it is residence or working place so every building might incorporate the best fire fighting system to stop the spread of fire breakouts which can create damage to property and mortality. The vast majority of the corporate workplaces, shopping centers, film theaters and even homes are provided with indispensable gears to smother fire.A fire in a commercial establishment could lead to serious injury or even death of employees and customers. To a lesser degree, fires could damage merchandise, destroy important records, ruin expensive equipment and electronics, and put a company out of business.
A fire fighting system is probably the most important of the building services, as its aim is to protect human life and property, strictly in that order.  
It consists of three basic parts:
  • a large store of water in tanks, either underground or on top of the building, called fire storage tanks
  • a specialized pumping system,  
  • a large network of pipes ending in either hydrants or sprinklers 
Fire sprinkler systems provide a critical element of safety for occupants of buildings. Sprinklers are designed to detect heat from a fire and automatically activate, providing a flow of water that is intended to slow or extinguish a fire. By the time a sprinkler system detects enough heat to activate, a fire may already be well underway. The sprinkler can provide enough early suppression to allow building occupants to safely evacuate the building before the fire spreads or gets worse. In addition, a sprinkler system can reduce the severity of a fire enough to allow firefighters easier and safer access to the affected area.Sometimes a simple fire extinguisher is not enough. Fires can come in many different forms and can require a number of different techniques to minimize damage or prevent injury. Fire extinguishers are a very important part of every fire safety procedure. But there is more to fire protection than you may realize, and there are advantages of fire protection systems.  
Here are features of complete fire safety equipment:
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Fire Alarms
  • Emergency and Exit Lights
  • Sprinkler Systems
Fire protection systems come in various forms and are designed to deal with fire emergencies in different ways. There are distinct advantages of fire protection systems that everyone should learn: 

  • Fire extinguishers – used to immediately attack a fire that is localized to a specific area. There are different types of fire extinguishers that are made to attack certain types of fires. For example there are extinguishers for grease or cooking fires, and different extinguishers used for rubbish fires. 
  • Fire blankets – the fire blanket is helpful when a small fire has occurred and needs to be smothered quickly. Because fire relies heavily on oxygen in the air a blanket can be extremely effective. However if the blanket is not used correctly or it is used on a large fire there could be further damage or injuries, so training is necessary to make sure fire blankets are used correctly. 
  • Sprinkler systems – the use of water is very common to extinguish a fire. Water can cool the fire, depriving it of heat in order to grow. Water can also smother the fire, reducing its ability to consume oxygen. When a large fire has occurred a sprinkler system can quickly extinguish the fire and minimize damage or injuries. While a sprinkler system can be messy after it is used many people would prefer using some mops and towels to clean up instead of dealing with smoke or fire damage. 
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