It is the system designed to detect the fire that gives notice of the place where the incident occurs. They can be classified in:
Conventional systems, for small places.
Analog Systems, are those that allow to determine the point where the fire conat is produced.
Detection is the first step in case of fire, since it can activate the alarm system, the extinction system or both at the same time.
They can be detectors or automatic.
DETECTORS of temperature, monoxide, optical, infrared, etc …
Automatic detectors (sprinklers), are devices that do not need intervention (when the heat of the fire acts on the bulb, the liquid boils and the pressure of the steam breaks the glass, releases the plug and then the water under pressure contained in the network of pipes fire discharge and pour on the baffle that sprays it forming a jet of water mist).
ALARM MANUAL PUSH BUTTONS – ALARM SIRENS – ETC, ETC …