Fire Safety For Retailers: Audit, Servicing & Maintaining Retail Fire Systems

Everything happens faster these days, and retailers need to be conscious of keep up with changing demands and consumer trends. Maintaining a fresh store keeping customers engaged whilst showcasing their brand helps to keep one step ahead of competition. It’s simply a way gaining the emotional connection between shoppers and brands. Retail shops, whether developed […]

Water Mist System Working Principle

Functioning Principles of a Water Mist Fire Protection System These little water beads (fog) quickly absorb the energy (heat) existing in the environment and vaporize, ending up being water vapor (gas). The energy (warmth) made use of to change the water to a gas is eliminated from the setting, hence the air is cooled down. […]

Kitchen Hood Suppression System Inspection & Maintenance

Helpful guidelines for maintaining & inspecting kitchen hood fire suppression systems As restaurant owners much of your responsibility is to make the restaurant comfortable, inviting and an all round great place to be. Nothing could be worse than the outbreak of a sudden dangerous fire. Fire threatens lives, destroys property and brings fear to what […]

Steam Turbine Fire Protection

Steam turbine generators are extensively made use of throughout the world as a common resource of energy production for utilities and populations. Fires in steam turbines are not constant, yet when they happen they could be unsafe for responders to deal with, difficult for power plant operators to manage, and also pricey for the utility […]

Novec 1230 Fire Suppression System Design

Novec 1230 Fire Suppression System Design For High Value Assets Fire suppression systems can be designed for many different industries and applications, however there are some types of applications that require a specialised fire suppressant, where the typical water type is not applicable. And so instead, a clean agent system, custom engineered to quickly suppress […]

Digital Linear Heat Detection (LHD) Cable

SafeCable linear heat detection cable – Designing solutions for the most difficult of risks   SafeCable digital linear heat detection cable (LHD) is a combination of advanced polymer and digital technologies that can detect heat anywhere along its entire length. SafeCable is also compatible with any listed addressable or conventional panel. At the core of SafeCable […]

PFOS Fire Fighting Foam – The QLD Solution

PFOS Fire Fighting Foam Banned in QLD In a two part article written in the ASIA Pacific Fire Magazine, QLD have taken steps to ban the use of 3M Lightwater branded foam concentrates which contain and breakdown to PFOS. The article suggests many were surprised the promised 3rd draft consultation by Queensland’s Department of Environment […]

Fire Fighting Foams – Class A & B Fire Fighting Foam Concentrates

Foam Concentrates For Fighting Fires The foam concentrate is a mixture of different raw materials such as solvents, salts, corrosion inhibitors and mainly surfactants. In case of synthetic products, there are two types of surfactants: hydrocarbon chain, which are primarily responsible of foaming capacity and foam stabilisation, and fluorinated, in which part of the hydrogen […]

National Service Centre For Gaseous Fire Suppression Products

LPG Fire Australia is a certified distributor & national service centre for various gaseous fire suppression & detection products across Australia & New Zealand including VID Water Mist, Puma Relief & Extraction Vents. We are wholly privately owned, with training and education facilities for our customers, consultants and contractors we can assist in providing effective […]

Types Of Fire Suppression Systems | Fire Protection For Your Building

Fire Protection Systems In Buildings The design, layout and type of fire protection systems in buildings can become very complex as it takes into account the building use, construction, occupancy, size, and perhaps even specific assets. Typically fire protection systems for buildings are complex and technical, and therefore it’s common for no two buildings to have […]