Fire Extinguishing Systems in Hospitals
Fire is the result of a combination of fuel oxygen and ignition sources.
The causes of fire in the hospital are usually caused by carelessness of people or natural reasons.
Fire extinguishing systems must be installed in order to prevent fire danger in hospital buildings. These systems should be liquid or gaseous according to the departments of the hospital.
appropriate type of water or gas extinguishing heads should be placed in the areas to be protected in the hospital building. Fire extinguisher type should be selected according to the risk of the room. For example, while Water Extinguishing extinguishes by damaging the devices in the room, Gas Extinguishing systems can perform extinguishing operations without damaging the devices in the room.