Holding ATEX certification, FFE’s explosion-proof Fireray 3000 Exd optical beam smoke detectors have been designed to protect wide and potentially explosive areas against smoking fires.
The detectors have been developed for large enclosures within oil rigs, ordnance stores and refineries. They work to provide an early warning of smouldering and smoke-generative fires, which may not be recognised by flame detectors.
They offer a simplified installation, wiring and maintenance, compared to other detection types.
Developed for use when quick and accurate fire detection is essential, FFE’s Talentum flame detectors make use of UV and infra-red sensing technology to identify flames from all fuel types.
Immune to the effect of wind, the detectors can work through steam and smoke; with the addition of the Air Purge Kit, the sensor can detect flames through dust, which would otherwise obscure it.
By directing compressed air at the sensor, the Air Purge Kit is able to keep it clear of dust.
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