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Section 1Introduction
Section 2Fire protection planning
1 Fire protection objectives
2 Types of fire protection measures
2.1 Structural fire protection
2.2 Technical fire protection
2.2.1 Fire detection and gas warning systems
2.2.2 Fire extinguishing systems
2.2.3 Smoke control systems
2.2.4 Emergency and rescue facilities
2.2.5 Fire fighting systems
2.3 Fire protection management
2.4 Supporting fire protection measures
3 Overall fire protection concept
4 Cerberus fire detection systems
4.1 Basic design of a fire detection system
4.2 Technical requirements of the fire detection system
4.2.1 System requirements
4.2.2 System building and operation requirements
5 Fixed fire extinguishing systems
5.1 Water extinguishing installations
5.1.1 Sprinkler systems
5.1.2 Deluge system / water curtain
5.1.3 Foam extinguishing system
5.2 Gas extinguishing systems
5.2.1 FM200 gas extinguishing system
5.2.2 CO2 extinguishing system
5.3 Special extinguishing systems
5.3.1 Dry chemical extinguishing system
5.3.2 Inerting systems
6 Fire risk assessment
7 Reducing the risk of arson with an intruder detection system
Section 3Fire detection systems
1 Basic principle of a fire detection system
2 Scope of monitoring
3 AlgoRexfire detection system
3.2 System overview
3.3 AlgoRex fire detectors
3.4 Detection intelligence at three levels
3.5 AlgoRex evaluation and operation
Section 4Fire detectors and accessories
1 Fire phenomena and detector types
2 Detection principles
2.1 Smoke detector
2.2 Flame detector
2.3 Heat detectors
3 Sensor signal evaluation
4 Scope of monitoring
5 Zones with fixed extinguishing systems
6 Choosing a suitable detector system
6.1 Choosing a detector for normal applications
6.2 Choosing the appropriate AlgoRex detector
6.3 Suitability by application
7 Number and arrangement of point-type detectors
7.1 Monitoring area per smoke detector
7.2 Monitoring area for point-type heat detectors
7.3 Monitoring area for point-type flame detectors
8 Number and arrangement of manual call points
9 Number and arrangement of linear smoke detectors
10Air sampling smoke detection systems (ASD)
10.1 Air sampling smoke detection system ASD Duct
10.2 Air sampling smoke detection system ASD Mono
10.3 Air sampling smoke detection system ASD Flex
10.4 Air sampling smoke detection system ASD Modular
10.5 Typical applications
Section 5Fire detection control units
1 Introduction
2 Siting the control unit
3 Power supply
4 AlgoControl fire detection system control unit
4.1 Evaluation – Alarm – Operation – Control
4.2 Configuration and structure of the fire detection system control unit
4.2.1 System overview
4.2.2 System structure
4.2.3 Product range
4.2.4 Topology
5 Alarm concept
5.1 Cerberus alarm concept (CAC)
6 Fire control facilities
6.1.1 Activation of fire control facilities
6.1.2 Activating the external control
6.1.3 Test mode of the fire detection system
6.1.4 Testing the fire control facility
6.1.5 Safety precautions
Section 6Line network
1 Installation of a fire detection system
2 Installation of the detection line network
2.1 Basic information on the detection line network
2.2 Fire detectors in explosion hazard areas
3 Electromagnetic environment
Section 7Standards and approval institutions
1 Standards for fire detection systems
1.1 European standards
1.2 UL standards (Underwriters’ Laboratories Inc. USA)
2 Testing laboratories
3 Certification and approval institutions
4 IP protection categories
5 Explosion protection types
Section 8Danger management systems
2 Functions
2.1 Main functions
2.2 Other important functions
3 System concept
3.1 System structure
3.2 Specific security features
4 Examples of danger management systems
4.1 Example 1: DMS7000 danger management system
4.2 Example 2: System type LMSmodular (Local Monitoring System)
Section 9Evacuation and voice communication systems
2 Main functions of an emergency voice communication system
3 System concepts
3.1 Autonomous system
3.2 Centralized system
3.3 Decentralized system
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Basic Principals in Fire Protection - Siemens

Basic Principals in Fire Protection - Siemens

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