Patol will be returning to the Firex International1 exhibition to demonstrate its extensive capabilities in industrial fire protection.
The focus on stand FX650 will be one of the more recent additions to
Kelvin Miller, Patol Sales Director, comments – “The FireTIR products are a very natural fit for us as a business and further strengthen our position as a particular specialist in heat detection technologies. Building on our existing portfolio which includes LHDC (linear heat detection cable) and infrared heat and flame sensors, we are able to offer further solutions to the challenges posed by the fire detection requirements of many varied applications. We look forward to demonstrating the capabilities of the system to visitors to the exhibition.”
Alongside FireTIR, Patol will also be showing the latest developments in its LHDC products.
In addition to the extensive range of cables manufactured by Patol at its Reading facility, the company also offers the Sensa range of fibre optic linear heat detection cables. Kelvin continues – “The addition of the Sensa cable was the missing piece of the LHDC jigsaw and means that we can offer a fibre optic option, as well as our LHDC in both analogue (resettable) and digital (non-resettable) options.”
The Sensa Fibre Optic LHDC system has been providing reliable and intelligent fire detection and asset monitoring on projects throughout the world for more than 20 years. It offers speed of detection, reliability and versatility in monitoring temperature and detecting incipient fires in a range of multi-discipline environments. Applications for the technology include protection of car parks, monitoring of vessels, automatic storage warehouses and power cable trays, with the capacity to configure the cable in multiple detection zones to meet the specific requirements of a given application. Alarm levels can be adjusted dependent on the risk levels of the zones, providing a programmable platform to suit many fire detection applications and installations. Relay contacts communicate the alarm decision directly to the main fire alarm control panel, with the capacity to also interface with third party systems – via a Modbus communications path – to control ventilation or extinguishing systems.
Completing the line up for Firex this year will be the conveyor detection systems from Patol. The 5000 Series of infrared transit sensors are available in heat and flame detection options. The suitability of the technology to protect conveyors in particularly challenging environments has been highlighted by a new video shot by Patol at the Aberthaw power station in Wales.
For more information please visit: www.patol.co.uk
1 Firex International will take place at ExCel, London, UK from 18-20 June, 2019