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CCTV Surveillance

Surveillance plays a hugely important part in today’s society, and with cameras all around us, our day-to-day lives are experiencing higher levels of security each day. Many people don’t know, however, is that there are a variety of different types of CCTV camera i.e. HD Camera, IP Cameras and thermal camera, etc. those Cameras suit your different situations or premises and that selecting the proper camera for the right application is vital. Introducing the system into your business is a significant step to making your workplace COVID-secure.

Fire Alarm System

Buying a fire alarm system is one of the most important things you can do to keep your home safe. In case a fire occurs, you should be aware, how can either put it out or escape. The first step to protecting lives and property from the consequences of fires is setting up a high-quality fire alarm system. The system must be well-maintained so that it works best.

Access Control System

The purpose of access control is to grant access to a building or office only to those who are authorized to be there. The deadbolt lock, along with its matching brass key, was the gold standard of access control for many years; however, modern businesses want more. You all want to control who passes through their doors, but they also want a way to monitor and manage access. Keys have now passed the baton to computer-based electronic access control systems that provide quick, convenient access to authorized persons while denying access to unauthorized ones.

Public Address System

A public address system is an electronic sound amplification and distribution system with a microphone, amplifier, and loudspeakers used to allow a person to address a large public. Simple PA systems are often used in small venues such as school auditoriums, churches, and small bars. PA systems with many speakers are widely used to make announcements in public, institutional and commercial buildings and locations.

Intercom System

Intercom allows a person speaking into a microphone to be heard on a speaker by people in a different room or area. An intercom (intercommunication device), talkback, or door phone is a stand-alone voice communications system for use within a building or small collection of buildings. It’s a two-way communication electronic device that contains circuitry to transmit and receive audio and/or video transmissions.
Different types of intercom security systems:
Wireless Intercoms
A Wireless system is used where wires cannot run.
Wired Intercom Systems
A wired system is used for more privacy and to eliminate possible interference from neighboring systems.
Video Intercom
A Video Intercom System includes a camera, speaker, and push-button going to an entrance door and an internal monitor unit that can communicate with the entrance unit.
Apartment Intercoms
An Apartment Intercom System means when a visitor presses the correct button for the apartment they want to speak to, and the tenant can speak back and then press a button to unlock the door.
Two-Way Radios
There are two-way radios that communicate with base station intercoms. So you can have the flexibility of a mobile radio that communicates over long distances mixed with the capability a fixed intercom gives you.
Security intercom systems
A wired system can give more privacy and eliminate possible interference from neighboring systems. Security intercom systems are used to provide voice communications between two or more locations for security purposes. Security intercom systems are frequently used between a locked building entrance door and a constantly attended location in the building.

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.

Fire Extinguishers

A fire extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergencies. Typically, a fire extinguisher consists of a hand-held cylindrical pressure vessel containing an agent that can be discharged to extinguish a fire. Fire extinguishers manufactured with non-cylindrical pressure vessels also exist but are less common. Everyone knows that their workplace is required to have a fire extinguisher(s), and everyone should know where the nearest one is. However, most do not realize that a single fire extinguisher does not work on all types of fire. There are many different types, or classes, of fire extinguishers just as there are many different classes of fire. To achieve true safety for your place of work, you need to ensure that you have the proper extinguisher installed relevant for the potential fire hazards for your building.

6 Types of Extinguishers

Now that you have a basic understanding of the various types of fire and why different extinguishers are necessary, 6 main types of fire extinguishers and their uses will be discussed:
1. ABC POWDER FIRE EXTINGUISHER
An ABC powder fire extinguisher has numerous advantages as it is a multi-purpose extinguisher, therefore one of the most common extinguishers to have on hand. A powder extinguisher sprays a very fine chemical powder composed most commonly of monoammonium phosphate. This acts to blanket the fire and suffocates. Powder extinguishers are effective for class A, B, and C fires, since it is not an electrical conductor and since it can effectively break the chain reaction in a liquid or gas fire, something a water extinguisher cannot do.
2. CARBON DIOXIDE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A carbon dioxide fire extinguisher (CO2) is one of the cleanest types of extinguishers to use as it leaves no residue and requires no cleanup. The CO2 extinguisher does exactly that – extinguishes CO2. By doing so, it removes oxygen from the fire, effectively suffocating it of oxygen. It is perfect for use on class B fires that involve flammable liquids and on electrical fires.
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
The most versatile of the set, the water mist extinguisher, uses a newer technology that works across most classes of fire. This type of extinguisher releases microscopic water molecules that fight the fire on a variety of levels. First, because so much water is dispersed in such a microscopic fog-like form, the level of oxygen in the air is decreased, which helps to suffocate the fire. Second, the water particles are drawn to the fire and, as water always does, acts to cool it, reducing the temperature. Finally, and perhaps what is most unique about the water mist extinguishers, is that the water has been de-ionized (the minerals have been removed). As a result, it can be used on electrical fires, as the de-ionized water will not act as a conductor, as well as on burning liquids/gases that a standard water extinguisher could not be applied to. Thus, a water mist extinguisher is safe and effective for use on classes A, B, C, and K fires.
5. FOAM FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Foam fire extinguishers are suitable for class A and the flammable liquids of class B, though not effective for gaseous fires. They spray a type of foam that expands when it hits the air and blankets the fire. This blanket prevents the vapors from rising off the liquid to feed the fire, thus starving it of fuel. Also, because the foam is mixed with water, it has a cooling effect as well. Foam extinguishers are some of the best for liquid fires, such as gasoline fires, but can also be used on Class A fires involving solid combustibles like wood.
6. CLEAN AGENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER
A clean agent fire extinguisher is a type of gaseous fire suppression. Stored in its liquid form, when it is sprayed and hits the air, it converts to its gas form which is non-conductive, safe for use while humans are present, leaves no residue, and has a very short atmospheric lifetime, making it eco-friendly. The gas, often composed of Halon, extinguishes fire by reducing the oxygen levels and impeding the chain reaction. Because it is non-conductive and so clean, it is ideal for rooms or businesses filled with electrical and computer equipment. They are most commonly used for class B and C fires

Time and attendance systems

Time and attendance systems can benefit businesses in numerous ways, with so many choices, though, it can be hard to figure out which one will best fit your needs. Time and attendance systems allow employees to clock in and out electronically via time clocks, internet-connected computers, mobile devices, and telephones. Some solutions also offer the ability to punch in and out via text messages, social media programs like Twitter, and other communication programs, such as Slack. When an employee clocks in or out, the data instantly transfers to software that can seamlessly import it into your payroll solution. Many of these systems offer both cloud-based and on-premises solutions. The on-premises systems are stored on servers within your business, while the cloud-based systems are housed by your time and attendance system provider and accessed online.

Fire Suppression System

A fire suppression system is any product designed to stop a fire from spreading. It gets the name suppression system as it aims to hold back the fire and the damage it may cause. Preventing the fire from spreading mitigates losses and allows time for emergency personnel to respond. One example of a fire suppression system is a fire sprinkler system. Clean agent and dry chemical systems, like those offered by Fire trace, also qualify as fire suppression systems. A fire suppression system is an engineered group of units that are built to extinguish fires through the application of a substance. Most commonly, a fire suppression system has built-in components that detect fires at the beginning stages through heat, smoke, and other warning signals. These are attached to an alarm system that will alert you when the fire has been detected and initiate steps for action to further suppress the fire. The majority of fire suppression systems will automatically release the application of an external substance to extinguish the fire after the detection and/or alert. However, some fire suppression systems have a manual application release. If you manage a property or own a business, you probably have heard about the importance of fire protection systems, but do you know the difference between a sprinkler system and a suppression system? Do you know how fire suppression systems work or how to choose the right fire protection system for your establishment? You must understand what fire suppression systems are and which work best in different scenarios. The wrong fire suppression system has the potential to cause more harm than an actual fire.

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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