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E-Learning & Certification to learn about fire alarm and extinguishing systems


E-Learning & Certification to learn about fire alarm and extinguishing systems: Due to the ever-increasing population growth and the need to build more residential, administrative, educational, industrial, commercial spaces, etc., the necessity of equipping and securing them against incidents like Earthquake, flood and fire is inevitable. Considering that all buildings are designed for the use of people with different habits, apart from the type of use, it is necessary to use an integrated system to protect and create a higher level of safety under the name of fire alarm system network using reliable equipment. In the conventional fire alarm system, several detectors and thumbs that cover an area of the building are connected in the form of an interconnected circuit and connected to the central control panel. Therefore, each circuit represents an area. Most systems are designed to serve both purposes. In terms of notification, these systems are divided into two types: individual and central: A) Individual fire alarm system: The meaning of the individual fire alarm system is a system that senses the occurrence of fire at its location. And in the same place, he announces a fire with a flashing lamp and a siren. b) Central fire alarm systems: In these systems, in the first moments of the fire, its location is identified and information is sent to the central control panel, and the residents are informed about the fire by the siren. The fire department is also notified by phone. In this type of fire alarm system, parts of the building are considered for installing detectors and sprinklers, and the main system is installed in a specific and fully accessible place, so that in case of a fire in the place of one From the detectors, the fire alarm system sounds and announces its location through a lamp that lights up on the central device (Pars Iglim Page, manager of conventional fire alarm systems).

Course Headings authorized training familiarity with fire alarm and extinguishing systems:

+ Instructions for fire extinguishing facilities + Automatic fire alarm systems + Fire extinguishing + Fire alarm + Premier SX systems

Fire alarm and extinguishing systems are divided into the following five categories:

1- Conventional systems (addressed by a warning light) Conventional system 2- Addressable systems with LCD display Addressable system 3- Intelligent systems 4- Radio or wireless systems Wireless system 5- Building management systems BMS=Building Management system

Fire alarm system components:

+ Central control panel + Automatic fire detectors + Fire alarm buttons + Audible annunciators + Indicators Visual + Auxiliary and intermediate equipment

Prerequisites of the training course Familiarity with fire alarm and extinguishing systems:

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