Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Risk Assessment for Programming of Fire Alarm System for Interfacing Module

Fire Alarm and Detection Systems (FADS): 


Programming of Fire Alarm System (FAS) for Interfacing Module of AHU Unit, To Check and Troubleshoot Exact Fault of Annunciator, Inspection, testing, and MEP requirements for Fire Alarm and Detection Systems (FADS) is comprehensive and conclusively are likely to cost more than the original installation of such systems.

Fire Detection Systems (FDS)

Fire Detection Systems (FDS) is constructed to detect various types of fires before they occur or develop and leads to disastrous situations in financial, legal and human lives. Such type of early FDS detection mechanism or system allows us to have enough appropriate time available for the safe evacuation of occupants. FDS early detection also plays a vital role in safeguarding the safety of Emergency Response Personnel (ERP). The second thing, loss of property can be minimized and reduced due to the availability and installation of such early alarming and detecting systems because proper and quick control efforts are started while the fire is still in a small quantity. Mostly Fire Detection Systems (FDS) provides the exact required information to emergency response teams on the location of the fire protection enhancement and speeding up the process of fire control.


To make fire controlling active, quick and useful, detectors must be connected with ALARMS. Fire Alarm Systems (FAS) provide useful, proper and on-time information to at least the building occupants/residents/tenants and generally transmit a signal to a Staffed Monitoring Station (SMS) either on or off-site. In some rare fire emergency cases, FIRE ALARMS may go directly to the Fire Control Department (FCD), although in most of the facilities, buildings or residential locations such type of system is not installed and available.

Limitation of Fire Detection Systems (FDS)

These FDS systems have various benefits as mentioned above. The unique basic drawback is that they do nothing to enclose or control the fire. Suppression systems, for example, automatic sprinklers function as to extinguish or control the fire. They also notice that they are in operational mode, so they can play the role of a Heat Detection-Based System (HDBS) if connected to notification devices throughout the facility/building. They will not, however, function/act as quickly as a Smoke Detection System (SDS). This is why buildings where quick notice is mandatory, even when furnished with sprinklers system, still need detection and Fire Alarm Systems (FAS).

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