Smoke Detection

Smoke detection systems use devices that react to particles produced by fire. There are two principles of smoke particle analysis used in spot smoke detectors: ionization and photoelectric. Both methods work effectively to detect fire in the early stages of development. Devices are often installed in ventilation ducts. It is important to have a fire protection specialist determine the best system and location for smoke alarm systems based on your building fire-load conditions.

Common Applications:

  • Office buildings
  • Homes
  • Schools
  • Museums
  • Data Centers
  • Marine

Threats Detected:

  • Smoke
  • Fire