At Safe Tech, we take up turnkey projects that include designing, supplying, installation, commissioning, testing, and providing technical support for fire systems.
Our expertise covers working with existing fire system installations as well as extension or replacement installation and system support. We supply, install, test and commission the systems mentioned in this section.
FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS
Safe Tech provides high quality fire detection and alarm systems that discover fires early in their development allow for the the safe evacuation of occupants in advance of further damage. The type of fire detection and alarm system selected for installation to be used in the client’s facility is based on the client’s fire safety objectives.
The fire detection and alarm system consists of fire alarm control panels, optical smoke/heat sensors, heat sensors, and optical smoke/heat sensor with integral sounder units, manual call points, electronic sounders, repeat panels, and interface units. Cabling and accessories required for a safe, reliable and satisfactory system will also be provided to the client as per individual requirements.
- The system components include:
- Fire alarm control panel
- Secondary (backup) power supplies
- Initiating devices
- Notification appliances
- Building safety interfaces
VOICE EVACUATION SYSTEMS
Safe Tech provides clients with emergency voice alarm communication systems (EVACS) with pre-recorded and manual voice messages. These may be used in high-rise buildings, hospitals and detention facilities. These systems enable response personnel to evacuation and notify building occupants of changing event circumstances in a sequential manner.
- Components of the system include:
- Emergency Microphone
- Voice Evacuation Alarm Panel
FM 200 SYSTEMS
Safe Tech provides agent system extinguishing systems that allow fire detection and develop control network without human intervention. This includes smoke detectors that enable detection and sound an alarm. This is followed by the disconnection of power from the protected equipment.
Safe Tech provides Deluge systems in which all sprinklers connected to the water piping system are open. They have no heat sensing and are used for special hazards where rapid fire spread is a concern. They are critical in providing a blanked of water protection over an entire fire hazard.
- Components of the system:
- Water Spray Nozzles
- Deluge Valve
- Pipes and Fittings
- Pressure Gauges
- Alarming Units
SPRINKLER / SPRAY SYSTEMS
Sprinklers are the most common type of preventive equipment installed to aid fire hazards. Safe Tech provides spray systems of the highest quality that meet international standards of approval. They consist of a water supply system that provides adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected.
WET PIPE SYSTEMS
Safe Tech provides wet pipe sprinkler systems that are the most reliable solution of a fire hazard because of the non-complicated design with programmed alarm check valves. An automatic water supply provides water under pressure to the system piping.
DRY PIPE SYSTEMS
Safe Tech also provides dry pipe systems that are installed in cold spaces that can freeze the water in a wet pipe system. This causes the system to halt. They are commonly used in unheated buildings, and parking garages.
KITCHEN HOOD FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
The wet chemical fire suppression systems are now required to be installed for the protection of the hood plenum area. Most modern fire suppression systems include a mechanical gas shut-off valve and an electronic micro switch which is supplied with the system. A Plenum is an enclosure that is designed to contain Exhaust or Supply Air of different pressure levels for removal or delivery.
A pre-engineered fire suppression system is a utility shut down and extinguishing agent distribution system that is designed for protecting the hood, plenum, exhaust duct, grease filters, and cooking appliances from grease fires. Gas and Electricity needs to be shut down when the Fire Suppression system actuates. Depending on local and state codes, Supply and Exhaust Fans or other equipment may also be required to shut down upon the Fire Suppression system actuation.