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Conventional Fire Detection Systems

FM-200™ , NOVEC™ 1230 , CO2 and Inert Gas Fire Suppression Systems can be activated automatically through Conventional Fire Alarm Systems.

Conventional Fire Alarm Systems are installed on a local basis to detect the end product that will occur in the event of a fire.

These end products, according to the “goods” that will burn in the protected area; smoke, heat increase, flame etc. differs.

For this reason, the fire risk in the protected area and the detector types that can detect the fire the fastest are selected according to the size and height of the space.


Fire alarms detected by detectors connected to the "cross zone" detection principle with two different wiring lines are transmitted to the conventional extinguishing panel.

The first fire warning received from any detector is accepted as "Pre-Alarm" information by the conventional extinguishing panel, and the sound and light warning device belonging to the protected area gives a warning via the "Flashing Siren".

With the second fire warning received from any of the detectors belonging to the other zone, it is accepted as "Providing Fire Information" by the conventional extinguishing panel. This information is processed as “Alarm” information and the warning is supported by the “Bell”, the audible warning device of the protected area.

If there is a "Countdown Time" defined in the fire scenario or technical specification, the conventional extinguishing panel starts counting the defined countdown time simultaneously. This countdown can be followed on the LCD screen.

Any extinguishing initiation and/or extinguishing blocking intervention can be made during this countdown.

In case of no intervention, the conventional extinguishing panel applies the defined scenario sequence and sends the signal that will trigger the electric activator on the valve of the extinguishing system and performs the extinguishing.


Conventional extinguishing panel can perform various applications such as turning off the air conditioning and ventilation equipment in the protected area, stopping the working machinery and equipment with contact monitoring modules. Conventional extinguishing panels that we use in practice provide 4 zone zone control. In this way, when necessary, the monitoring and control of equipment belonging to other disciplines can be carried out by us.


All operation histories of the system installed in the protected area, such as detection, extinguishing, discharge, malfunction and error, are kept in the conventional extinguishing panel records and reported by our team during periodic maintenance and services.


The Conventional Detection System equipment and quantities that should be applied for the protected area are drawn by our team at the project stage and submitted to the approval of the employer and field teams.

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