Fire Fighting System


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Fire fighting system is applied to building throughout its operating life. Safety code provided by local, sub-national, or national governments to ensure such features for safety people of as adequate fire exits, signage, and construction details printed on evacuation plans such as exit doors, windows, staircases, and walls. Electrical safety is necessary to prevent overheating of wiring and electrical operated equipment, and to protect from ignition by electrical faults.
                  Fire codes regulate such requirements as the maximum occupancy for buildings such as residential buildings, commercial complexes, theatres, and restaurants. Portable fire extinguishers within premises, or may require permanently installed fire detection and suppression equipment such as a fire hydrant system, sprinkler system, and fire alarm system as per safety codes.
                  Fire fighting system is the most important safety service for residential peoples of the building its aim is to protect human life and property. Fire fighting system is consists of a large store of water in tanks underground or on top of the building called fire storage tanks, a specialized pumping system design for pump water from the tank, a large network of pipes all buildings require both of these systems hydrants or sprinklers.
                  A fire hydrant is a vertical MS or GI pipe with an outlet its called a hydrant valve close to which two fire hoses are stored. During a fire event, fire-fighters will go to the hydrant valve, break the glass of the hose box take the key and open the hoses attach one to the outlet and manually open it so that water comes out of the nozzle of the hose. The quantity and speed of the water are designed as per the national building code it is too high that it can knock over the fire-fighter holding the hose if he is not standing in the correct way. As soon as the firefighter opens the hydrant valve, water will out, and sensors will detect a drop in pressure in the system to turn on and start pumping water at a tremendous flow rate.                   The sprinkler is attached to a network of pipes installed just below the ceiling of a room. The sprinkler has a small glass bulb; this bulb normally blocks the flow of water. In the event of a fire, the liquid in the bulb will become hot and melted, after removing the obstacle and causing water to spray from the sprinkler. The main difference between a sprinkler and a hydrant is that a sprinkler will come on automatically in a fire. A fire hydrant has to be operated manually by trained firefighters it cannot be operated by any one person without training. A fire department fire organization that primarily provides fire fighting services but it may provide other services, technical rescue services, and other specialized services for a specific geographic area. Fire departments are most commonly a public organization that operates within a municipality, county, state, nation, or special district. Private and specialist fire fighting organizations also exist, such as those at airports or for expensive homes. Fire prevention programs of visiting schools to review key topics with the students and implementing nationally recognized programs are also operated. Other programs can be purchased by fire brigade departments; these are usually entertaining, learning and designed to capture children's attention and gives important messages for how to rescue from fire events and risk. The programs is visually stimulating but the fire safety message is only transmitted orally, other programs are more elaborate, access more senses and increase the learning factor of children and audients of program. They mix audio messages and visual cues with hands-on interaction examples of these include mobile trailer and auditorium shows safety houses and tabletop hazard house simulators for audiences. Some fire prevention software is also developed to identify hazards material levels present in a home. All programs tend to mix messages of general injury prevention, safety, fire prevention, and escape route in case of fire event or fire risk.

Fire Fighting System
Fire Fighting System