Installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems
Fire alarm and extinguishing systems have a life-saving role, so the security requirements are the most stringent for them. Their construction must comply with the regulations and standards in force, and the plans must be approved by the authorities.
Prompt takes care of the design, approval, the professional installation and commissioning of your fire alarm system. We also expand, repair and maintain existing systems, and we can also inspect the sensors with our fire alarm system tester equipment.
Conventional and intelligent fire alarm systems
It is the designer who determines that a conventional or an intelligent system is needed.
In the case of conventional fire alarm systems, the decision if there is a fire in the room is made by the detector. In this version the sensors have 2 positions: alarm and idle, and there is no way (or there are only a few ways within the control panel options) to fine tune the system.
In the case of intelligent fire alarm systems, the control panel decides whether there is a fire in the room. The control panel queries the value of the sensors one by one and based on the received data it decides whether an alarm is needed.
With this system, the alarm value can be set separately for each sensor, making it easier to parameterize the system for that area and prevent false alarms. For example, in a workplace or a plant, where smoke may occur under normal working conditions, a thermal speed sensor can be used so that the system only signals if the temperature rises suddenly.
For larger halls or communal areas, special line or aspiration smoke detectors can be installed to fire, which implement the same as several stand-alone smoke detectors with significantly fewer devices.
Wireless fire alarm systems
Where the authority requires the installation of a fire alarm system, only a wired system may be installed in accordance with the standards due to the possible instability of WiFi.
However, private homes can be equipped with wireless, stand-alone smoke detectors that operate on a 9-volt battery, and there is even a wireless version of smoke detectors that can be fitted to alarm systems.