Fire Alarm Systems; These are early warning systems against factors that endanger human health and life. They are the most important of the security needs of buildings as they are directly related to life health. Fire alarms are found in offices, factories, workplaces, homes and public buildings. They continue to work as a part of daily life.
Regardless of the detection method, if the alarm is triggered, the sirens will work to alert and evacuate people in the building that there may be a fire. The fire alarm system may also include a remote signal system that alerts the fire department via a central station.
When smoke or heat is detected in the environment, the central panels switch to alarm and activate the sounders. After this, the building's fire or gas detection sounders will sound and sound. An alarm is also generated at the central control unit.
The building doors / turnstiles are released after this triggering. Depending on where the detection is made, the fire-separating doors are released and the fire, if any, is prevented from passing to other areas of the building.