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Networking & LAN System
A network operating system (NOS) is a computer operating system (OS) that is designed primarily to support workstations, personal computers, and, in some instances, older terminals that are connected to a local area network (LAN). The software behind a NOS allows multiple devices within a network to communicate and share resources. The composition of hardware that typically uses a NOS includes many personal computers, a printer, and a server and file server with a local network that connects them. Network operating systems emerged as a solution for single-user computers.
Types of network operating systems
There are two basic types of network operating systems, the peer-to-peer NOS and the client/server NOS:
1. Peer-to-peer network operating systems allow users to share network resources saved in a common, accessible network location. Peer-to-peer usually works best for small to medium LANs and is cheaper to set up.
2. Client/server network operating systems provide users with access to resources through a server. Client/server tends to be most expensive to implement and requires a large amount of technical maintenance. An advantage to the client/server model is that the network is controlled centrally, makes changes or additions to technology easier to incorporate.
6 Types of Extinguishers
1. ABC POWDER FIRE EXTINGUISHER
2. CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
3. WET CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER
The wet chemical extinguisher is a specialized type primarily focused on class K fires, those involving cooking media such as animal and vegetable fats or oils.
These extinguishers contain a solution composed of potassium that effectively launches a two-pronged assault on fires.
First, the liquid mist it sprays acts to cool the fire. Second, due to the chemical reaction of the solution with the cooking medium, a thick soap-like substance forms, sealing the surface of the liquid to prevent re-ignition.
The wet chemical extinguisher, then, is ideal for a kitchen setting and class K fires. However, it can also be effective for class fires where a material such as wood or paper has caught fire.
4. WATER MIST FIRE EXTINGUISHER
5. FOAM FIRE EXTINGUISHER
6. CLEAN AGENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Time and attendance systems
Fire Suppression System
Fire fighting systems
A fire fighting system is probably the most important of the building services, as it aims to protect human life and property, strictly in that order.
It consists of three basic parts:
- underground or on top of the building, called fire storage tanks
- a specialized pumping system,
- a large network of pipes ending in either hydrants or sprinklers (nearly all buildings require both of these systems)
A fire hydrant is a vertical steel pipe with an outlet, close to which two fire hoses are stored (A fire hydrant is called a standpipe in America). During a fire, firefighters will go to the outlet, break open the hoses, attach one to the outlet, and manually open it so that water rushes out of the nozzle of the hose. The quantity and speed of the water are so great that it can knock over the firefighter holding the hose if he is not standing correctly. As soon as the firefighter opens the hydrant, water will gush out, and sensors will detect a drop in pressure in the system. This pressure drop will trigger the fire pumps to turn on and start pumping water at a tremendous flow rate.
A sprinkler is a nozzle attached to a network of pipes and installed just below the ceiling of a room. Every sprinkler has a small glass bulb with a liquid in it. This bulb normally blocks the flow of water. In a fire, the liquid in the bulb will become hot. It will then expand, and shatter the glass bulb, removing the obstacle and causing water to spray from the sprinkler. The main difference between a hydrant and a sprinkler is that a sprinkler will come on automatically in a fire. A fire hydrant has to be operated manually by trained firefighters – it cannot be operated by laymen. A sprinkler will usually be activated very quickly in a fire – possibly before the fire station has been informed of the fire – and therefore is very effective at putting out a fire in the early stages, before it grows into a large fire. For this reason, a sprinkler system is considered very well at putting out fires before they spread and become unmanageable.
Fire fighting systems can be an effective and affordable way to protect your people and property but arriving at the ideal system for your business takes considerable expertise.
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