Modular System Design

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Total Flooding Pre-engineered System Design

  1. FirePro systems are designed with stringent compliance with all relevant international standards such as: ISO 15779, NFPA 2010, IMO/MSC 1270, UL 2775, EN 15276, AS 4487.
  2. FirePro engineered electrical parts, electronic control units and accessories, are fully certified for their compatibility whilst circuit monitoring is provided through sequential activator modules.
  3. FirePro condensed aerosol fire extinguishing units, panels and sequential activator modules are listed separately and independently but more importantly, they are certified as an integrated system.
FirePro total flooding system design for electrical room
Design principes

Our Design Principles

The primary objective of fire protection is to safeguard human life, valued assets and the environment from the catastrophic effects of fire. Comprehensive fire protection requires an in-depth risk assessment and a vigilant system design. 

The implementation of an integrated fire protection solution must deal with fire prevention and extinguishing as well as limiting its spread. To achieve this, various elements and parameters are involved such as: 

Building design:

  • Layout
  • Structure
  • Emergency escape routes

Passive fire protection:  
Fire resistant materials (e.g. paints, glass), intumescent pillows, fire dampers, door springs, compartmentalisation, fire detection and fire alarm and notification systems.

Active fire protection:
Selection of the fire suppression/extinguishing systems which also requires the study of the dynamics and fire classes. 

The need to educate and train people:  

  • To avoid causing fire incidents
  • On how an extinguishing system operates
  • How to act and behave during and after a fire incident

When designing and implementing a bespoke fire extinguishing system, we adhere to the above principles and specifically take into consideration the following parameters

The class types of the potential fire to be combatted
  • The class types of the potential fire to be combatted
  • The possible sources of fire to avoid further spreading of the fire to adjacent areas
  • The volume of the enclosure in order to ascertain the correct quantity/mass of the fire extinguishing material required
  • The internal layout and contents of the space 
  • Any possible openings that would cause the loss of the fire extinguishing condensed aerosol
  • The required number of system units to achieve the fastest and most even distribution                 

Proper positioning of the system units: 

  1. Away from any openings such as windows & doors
  2. At the right height
  3. Free from obstacles blocking the free and unhindered egress of the fire extinguishing agent