Aspirating detectors function by sampling air via a network of pipes, sampled air is passed through a dust filter and into a detector chamber where the air is analysed for traces of smoke. The detectors are capable of detecting the small amounts of smoke that are generated in the initial phases of a smouldering fire, ensuring the earliest possible warning of a potential fire while distinguishing real smoke from dust and pollutants, reducing unwanted alarms to a minimum.
Every detector is “trainable” for the specific environment in which it is installed.
Typical applications include laboratories, large open spaces, corrosive environments, archives/historical buildings and industrial areas.
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