The potential for disastrous human loss is present in most fire events. In public transportation vehicles such as busses it could be catastrophic. Apart from arson, there are a few common reasons for the ignition of buses or coaches amongst them extreme heat, vehicle vibration, material fatigue or malfunction, fuel / hydraulic fluids leakage or electric short circuit as well as inadequate maintenance. Many bus fire events originate in either the engine or battery compartments, which are usually out of the driver’s sight. It is therefore difficult for the driver to notice a fire if it occurs which might result in a slow response time increasing both life loss and damage risk.
Located in the operator’s dashboard panel.
Visible and audible alert with manual activation.
Power: Green | Fire: Red | Fault: Yellow
Dry Chemical Agent Cylinders
ABC Agent Cylinders, with capacities of 8 kg. Pressurized with dry nitrogen at a pressure of 25 bars at 21°C. Designed to work at temperatures from -40°C to 60°C. The discharge valve is pyrotechnically activated.
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector is a continuous heat detector capable of detecting heat anywhere along its length. The simply installed detector is highly reliable and offers excellent performance.