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Firefighting systems

FIREFIGHTING SYSTEMS

Firefighting systems

We specialise in fire detection and mechanical systems, namely water-mist, hydrant networks, CO2 extinguishing systems, sprinkler systems and foam systems. Thanks to our Technical Department, composed of professionals trained on the basis of former Law No. 818, we provide customers with support and maintenance services.

Fire detection systems:

Fire detection systems allow for early detection of danger, thanks to mechanisms for the detection of smoke, heat and flames.

Water-mist systems:

Water-mist systems combine the properties of water with the penetration capability of gas. Compared to conventional sprinkler systems, water-mist systems use up to 90% less water to produce a fine mist that penetrates into the fire and cools the atmosphere quickly.

Hydrant networks:

Hydrant networks are a widespread type of extinguishing system, used for the safety of buildings in civil, industrial and commercial use. The systems are always under pressure and operated manually. Just open a valve and, using a hose and a nozzle, direct the water jet at the base of the fire.

CO2 extinguishing systems:

These plants use carbon dioxide, the gas is stored in liquid form in a series of cylinders connected to the target environments where it will be vaporised through special nozzles. Carbon dioxide is not a conductor of electricity and is an excellent solution for extinguishing live electrical and electronic equipment fires.

Foam systems:

Foam extinguishing systems use the same logic as sprinkler systems. In place of water they supply a foaming mix that is particularly effective in suppressing fires of certain materials (flammable liquids, plastics, rubber, etc.).

Sprinkler systems:

Sprinkler systems are very widespread rain-type extinguishing systems. There are two types – wet or dry. Wet systems are based on a system of pressurised pipes full of water, the water is dispensed through the nozzles provided with a heat-sensitive bulb, within which is contained a liquid that expands when the temperature rises up to the point where it breaks the bulb itself.
The dry sprinkler system, on the other hand, exploits the properties of compressed air. The operating mechanism is the same as wet systems installations, the advantage is that they can be installed in environments where there is danger of freezing.