When the control unit is in the alarm condition, the Abort Switch is used to briefly block the release circuit signal. The fire suppression system won’t release while the abort pushbutton is depressed.
Deluge Valve, it is used to control water flow in systems that use foam, deluge, and pre-action. The outlet chamber and system pipes are kept dry by the valve being held closed by system water pressure that has been captured in the priming chamber.
A Jockey Pump is a little pump used to keep pressure in the sprinkler pipes of a fire sprinkler system. This is done to make sure that if a fire sprinkler is turned on, there will be a pressure drop, and the jockey pump will turn on to counteract this pressure drop.
Every fire suppression system needs regular maintenance and inspections. In order to prevent an unintentional discharge during maintenance, the system can be turned off during inspections using the maintenance switch.
The button triggers the extinguishing and works with Control Panel FS 5200E. It must be put in place close to the target of the extinguishing. If a true fire condition exists, the forced extinguishing operation using this button can only be initiated following a visual inspection by an authorized person.
Multi-sensor detectors, which are created to detect smoke, heat, and/or CO, assist in lowering false alarms by comparing the inputs from various sensors before determining if the source of the input is an actual fire or one of numerous false alarm scenarios.