Industrial premises are environments built solely for business purposes. These premises come in all shapes and sizes (which can typically be broken down into small, large and very large) and include buildings such as:
- Manufacturing Buildings
- Flex Buildings
- Telecom/Data Hosting Centres
Industrial Premises Fire, Kent
On the 2nd March 2018 at around 4pm, a fire broke out in an a large industrial warehouse in a town in Kent, United Kingdom. It took four fire engines to control the well developed fire which had caused the roof of the building to collapse. Members of the police force were also at the scene and closed the surrounding roads to let firefighters extinguish the blaze without interruption, while the Kent Fire and Rescue Service notified residents within a 100m radius of the scene to close their windows and doors until the fire had been extinguished.
The cause of the fire is still unknown and, fortunately, no injuries were recorded.
What are the Fire Risks Associated with Industrial Premises?
There are many fire risks associated with Industrial Premises, including:
- Store Rooms
Many types of industrial premises will contain storerooms, which may sometimes hold flammable materials with limited supervision. If this is the case, a fire can break out and may not be detected until it is too late.
- Electrical Apparatus
If pieces of electrical apparatus are not serviced regularly, have been subjected to misuse or have electrical faults, then the risk of fire rises.
- Flammable Substances
Many types of industrial premises have a range of flammable substances which increases the risk of fire. The majority of the fires reported caused by flammable substances are accidental. However, the combination of flammable substances used with poorly maintained equipment will increase the risk of fire.
Cost Effective Solution
Eurofyre are proud, British manufacturers of specialist fire detection equipment for industrial and commercial use and offer a cost-effective solution to help keep industrial premises safe from fire.
Eurofyre offer an ‘open’ protocol solution as we believe that every client should have the option to choose their own maintainer or installer and should be given complete control over how their system is managed, while also receiving the highest level of support.
What is the Solution?
There are many types of fire detection systems Eurofyre provide, each of which offer a reliable detection solution for industrial premises, for example:
Our ProFyre A2 fire alarm panel provides one or two loops and is well suited to medium-sized properties. It has been designed for easy installation, setup and commissioning.
The ProFyre A4 fire alarm panel, on the other hand, is fully expandable and is available with either one to four loops or four to eight loops. Each loop can accommodate up to 250 devices, meaning it is the perfect solution for larger properties.
Eurofyre’s ProFyre 2-Wire Addressable fire alarm system offers all the benefits of an addressable system, with the simplicity of a conventional system and is well suited to small to medium-sized properties.
The ProFyre T8 2-wire addressable fire alarm panel is designed to use the ProFyre range of ancillary devices, addressable detectors, manual call points, and sounders.
The ProFyre C24
ProFyre C24 fire alarm control panels are fully-featured, cost-effective and expandable. ProFyre C24 panels are best suited to medium-sized properties and are available in 8, 16 or 24 zone versions to provide a high standard of quality and reliability. ProFyre C24 fire alarm control panels are easy to install, commission, maintain and operate.
The ProFyre C8
The ProFyre C8 fire alarm panel provides a fully-featured and cost-effective conventional fire detection solution. It is well suited to small-sized conventional installations and is available in 1, 2, 4, 6 or 8 zone versions.
To find out more about any of Eurofyre’s fire detection systems, please feel free to get in touch either by phone on +44 (0) 1329 835 024, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the online enquiry form situated on our contact page.