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New Approach to Fire Detection

      3/16/1999

Oslo-based Scana Servoteknikka have developed an integrated system of sensors which can detect a potential fire and reduce the threat before it takes hold. Most electrical and electromechanical equipment represents a fire hazard and accordingly Scana Servoteknikka recommends incorporating sensors into transformers, motors and generators, switchboards and distribution panels, heating elements and electronic control systems, as well as into cooling systems, inflammable or explosive liquids and gas containers. In the event of a high temperature, an alarm will be given. Either the appropriate action will be taken or the manual system will be operated. This could involve anything from shutting down a generator, disconnecting electrical circuits, opening safety valves to shutting firedoors and activating fire suppression systems such as sprinklers, gas and water fog.
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