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Fire alarm system is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes. In general, a fire alarm system is either classified as automatic, manually activated, or both. Fire alarms can be used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency through Fire Alarm Sounders, to summon emergency services, and to prepare the structure and associated systems to control the spread of fire and smoke.

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We have customized scalable solutions for the small stand-alone facility to the large networked multi-complex buildings. Our diverse product offering allows clients to expand with ease, without doing a wholesale replacement for each add-on desired.

Engineered Solutions
Proper design of a fire alarm system requires a certain level of skillfulness from engineers. Clarionttech Services history of successfully engineering these systems for a variety of applications can be put to work for you. We have successfully implemented new technologies and designs which have proven to be cost effective without compromising Life Safety. Value engineered alternatives are integrated into every aspect of the design process.

System Survivability
In the event of a partial system failure, the survivability of the remaining portions of your system is crucial. Our solutions are designed with survivability in mind to keep your system off the casualty list in the event of a catastrophe.

False Alarms Reduction
False alarms continue to plague the fire alarm industry. Systems without the ability to incorporate the technology that reduces such alarms could potentially leave you to deal with the costly and unnecessary evacuation of occupants. In addition, reoccurring nuisance alarms will produce a sense apprehension among your occupants— which could prove to be life threatening in the event of a true alarm emergency. Our solution has the ability to prevent false alarm.

Fire Hydrant
A fire hydrant is an active fire protection measure; it is a source of water, provided to enable fire fighters tap water for extinguishing fire whenever there is a fire outbreak. Fire hydrants are generally placed external to a building. Internal hydrants may be installed if some portion of the building cannot be protected by an external one. Multiple hydrants may be required in your system design depending on the size of the property and the reach of the hoses.

The pressure available to fire hydrants is important. There must be sufficient pressure so that the fire hose nozzles can force the water to break into fine droplets which is the most effective against fires. The pressure must also be sufficient to allow multiple hydrants to operate at the same time without disadvantaging the rest of the system.

The flow rate and residual pressure may increase due to the number of hydrants and installed positions and the mains pressure or pumping requirements. If the water supply cannot meet the pressure requirements a pump is required. Your system design must allow all hydrants, including the most hydraulically disadvantaged, to operate at the required minimum flow rate.


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