Fire is one of the world’s most dangerous and destructive forces. Within a few minutes it can turn into ruins what might have taken years to build or develop. That’s why early detection is so vital.
Our customer’s requirements are diverse and ever-evolving consequently, at JAM Corporation, we have assembled an extensive collection of fire alarms and other security and life/safety systems to ensure quick response during an unexpected emergency. We design state of the art automatic fire detection and alarm systems utilizing the latest cutting-edge technologies. We install both sophisticated and complex systems as well as simple everyday type systems.
A Fire Alarm System
A fire alarm system is essentially a collection of electric or electronic devices or equipment that function together to alert people, using both visual and audio appliances, if there is smoke and/or fire present. In its simplest form a fire alarm system is a sounder which makes a loud sound (siren) to let people know that there is a fire so they can escape safely. Because of the proven efficiency and reliable operations of these alarm systems they can be found in a wide variety of industries, offices, restaurants, educational institutions, high rise commercial buildings, health care and hospitality facilities and government and military establishments.
Types of Fire Alarm
- 1. Conventional: Conventional Fire Alarm System is often the natural choice for small business or industrial facility or where budget restrictions exist.
- 2. Analogue Addressable: Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Systems are the most popular options for larger premises and complexes and are quite distinct from conventional systems in a number of ways and definitely add more flexibility, intelligence, speed of identification and scope of control.
- 3. Addressable: Each and every piece of equipment that is connected to an addressable system has its own distinctive address. When fire or smoke is detected the device’s address comes up on the main control panel which enables users to quickly find exactly which device has been activated and precisely where the danger is.
- 4. Wireless Systems: Wireless fire alarms are easy to install – the main advantage of any wireless system is its portability. While conventional wired systems need to be hardwired in place, wireless systems need no more than a few nuts, bolts, and screws. As a result, they can be installed almost anywhere and moved around as needed.