Fire protection .

A new Canadian invention by Fire fighters

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** . This was shown on Dragons Den last night .**


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Haven provides 10-year set-and-forget fire safety. Automatically discharging a heat-activated MSDS-safe super-fine mix of ABC dry chem at operating temperatures of 135 degrees Fahrenheit.
Painstakingly engineered and re-engineered to be easily and discreetly installed in most ceiling cavities (recommended for exit areas such as bedrooms, hallways and all paths out of the home).
Tested and proven to provide effective suppression into a 16′ x 16′ ( sq. ft.) area by suppressing flame and fire providing life-saving time for egress.

HAVEN looks like a smoke detector…

…but works as a self-activating fire extinguisher.

When every second counts.

Sorry I can not Change the last post … No idea why … Roy
I do like the system .

More people in Sunderland need to install sprinkler system

**10:17am 29th January 2016
(Updated 9:47am 31st January 2016) **
Two people here in our region still have a home but many of us won’t trust the system that saved their house.
Their domestic sprinkler system sprang into action when a kitchen fire broke out while they were away.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue are trying to set the record straight on how this technology can save lives as well as properties.

Myths and facts about sprinklers -
Myth: In a fire all the sprinkler heads go off together.
Fact: Only the sprinkler head(s) directly affected by the fire is/are triggered.
Myth: Water from the sprinkler causes more damage than the fire.
Fact: Sprinklers attack the fire quickly and directly so less water is needed.
Myth: A smoke alarm will always provide enough protection.
Fact: Working smoke alarms do save lives by making people aware that there is a fire, however they do nothing to extinguish a growing fire.
Myth: Sprinklers go off accidentally.
Fact: The odds of winning the lottery are greater than the 16 million to one chance of a sprinkler malfunction.