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Fire Alarm Systems And Application Design

Fire Alarm Systems and Application Design

Fire Alarm System Experts

Protecting your employees, property, and business are the primary functions of any building’s fire alarm system, and its design should be completed by only the most qualified professional. No matter the size of your building, potential risk, or company needs, a fire detection system should be uniquely designed to accurately suit your establishment, and while each system is unique, the intended result should always be the same, and that is safety and security. We know that every facility requires application design tailored to its unique needs and with over 17 years in the application design business, every fire alarm system is specifically tailored to the level of risk and concern for each facility or each section of a facility to make it as safe as possible.

Let’s take a look at a few of the different types of fire alarms that we have to offer your business, why the application design of each is of the utmost importance to your company, and how we can help in doing so.

TED’s Fire Alarm Systems

There are three major types of fire detection sensors that make up the various fire alarm systems: thermal detectors, ionization detectors, and photoelectric detectors. While the type of fire alarm system that best suits your company is different for every business, understanding the key components of each system can help you narrow down which system is best for you.

Ionization Detector

The fire alarm system that is most commonly found on the market is the ionization detector because of its ability to detect and respond to small amounts of smoke that is often produced by flaming fires. This is important to your business because flaming fires often produce trace amounts of smoke that can be harder for some systems to detect and ionization detector are equipped with technology that is able to ionize the air, triggering an alarm anytime smoke passes through the system and interrupts the ionization process. The ionization detector is also the most cost-friendly option.

Thermal Detector

The second most common system found on the market are thermal detectors because they can detect temperature changes of less than one-degree and can detect potentially life-threatening occurrences in environments with the most risk of fire. Because of its thermal technology, thermal detectors are specifically designed to respond quickly to developing fires and help limit and potentially prevent injury and damage.

Photoelectric Detectors

Last, but certainly not least, are photoelectric detectors. Photoelectric detectors use specially designed light sensors to detect smoke patterns that originate from slow burning fires. By reflecting light through the system’s chamber, photoelectric detectors effectively detect smoke that originates from a smoldering source such as a cigarette that falls into a flammable material.

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Fire Alarm System Customization

Not only does your business need a fire alarm system that works effectively, the placement of the system is equally as critical. While automatic sensors in fire alarm systems are smart and sophisticated, proper placement of the system is vital to ensuring effective performance and quick prevention/evacuation in the event of a fire emergency.

For smaller buildings, a centrally located fire alarm system can help in assisting a quick and safe evacuation of any occupants, while also providing you with ample time to protect valuable assets, equipment, and inventory. In the case of larger buildings, there are a number of sections of the building to be protected and you may need fire alarm systems in multiple locations, as well as different types of systems in each location depending on the industry of your business. If you have any communal areas such as classrooms, cafeterias, examination rooms, or break rooms in your facility, it is important to take these locations into consideration when installing your fire alarm system.

Partner with TED Systems

Every location has a need for a fire alarm system that works effectively, and they should be designed as such. Any system that is not up to these standards invites trouble and danger for the facility owner and to its occupants. At TED Systems, our goal is to accurately design, engineer, install, service and fire alarm systems that are tailored to benefit the specific needs of the facility or building. Our certified technicians work closely with you to perform routine inspections, testing, and maintenance and are always available in case of emergency. We are among the best in electronic solutions for fire alarms, and we continue to aim for creating effective fire alarm systems for commercial and industrial buildings alike.

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