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Fire Fighting System

`500000 INR/Unit

Product Details:

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Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit
  • `500000 INR/Unit

Trade Information

  • as per contract Per Month
  • as per contract Months

Product Description

Our firm is engaged in dealing a wide array of Fire Fighting System. It is manufactured under the supervision of adept experts and modern tools. Other than that, provided system is an active fire protection measure which ensure adequate pressure and great water distribution of piping system. It is mainly used extinguish fires. Fire Fighting System is consisting of large tanks and network of pipes. It aids to protect the human life as well as property both. 

 

 

 

A firefighter suppresses fires to protect lives, property and the environment.[1]


Firefighters typically undergo a high degree of technical training.[1][2] This involves structural firefighting and wildland firefighting. Specialized training includes aircraft firefighting, shipboard firefighting, aerial firefighting, maritime firefighting, and proximity firefighting.

One of the major hazards associated with firefighting operations is the toxic environment created by combustible materials. The four major risks are smoke, oxygen deficiency, elevated temperatures, and poisonous atmospheres.[3] Additional hazards include falls and structural collapse that can exacerbate the problems encountered in a toxic environment. To combat some of these risks, firefighters carry self-contained breathing equipment.

The first step in a firefighting operation is reconnaissance to search for the origin of the fire and to identify the specific risks.

Fires can be extinguished by water, fuel or oxidant removal, or chemical flame inhibition.