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The disadvantage of installing a large-bore aspirating smoke detection pipe run is the lack of flexibility in the direction. Changing the direction of a pipe run is generally done so by using either a 90 degree sweeping bend or a 45 degree bend. Flexible connectors on the other hand have the benefit of being positioned in any direction with no restriction to the air flow. They can also be useful when getting over obstacles such as a steel beam. Eurofyre are the suppliers for the following:

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Cold storage areas that are typically used to store food that is either frozen (sub-zero) or chilled are considered to be high risk when it comes to fire protection measures. The combustible nature of materials stored within refrigerated environments, combined with the very dry high-airflow, creates a significant fire risk. A fire will spread rapidly between highly packed combustible materials such as cardboard and plastic packaging, grease impregnated materials, foodstuffs and wooden pallets, therefore, the earlier a fire can be detected the better.

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The ASD transforms traditional ‘point’ detectors into powerful aspirating systems for use in normal, harsh, dusty, wet or inaccessible spaces. The ASD can house a variety of manufacturer’s conventional or analogue addressable point (spot) detectors and is available in either a single or dual pipe configuration.

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With most modern buildings being multi-level, lifts (or elevators) are a critical part of a buildings operation, forming an essential part of a life safety strategy. It is vital that lifts and lift shafts are considered critical for fire protection and evacuation strategy and therefore it is vital that a lift and lift shaft are equipped with a suitable fire detection system.

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Installation time, disruption to business and architectural conditions are all common problems for fire alarm installers.

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