Fire Protection

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Automated Systems Maintenance are one of the UK’s leading suppliers and installers of passive fire protection systems. Our systems protect businesses, academic institutions, government and domestic buildings and other venues across the South and South West, protecting property, minimising damage and saving lives.
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Window Automation

An actuator is a device which enables a window to be opened and closed automatically or by a rotary handle.

It is the hardware that fits onto the window which pushes and pulls the window open and closed instead of operating the window manually.
Window automation is used predominately for the purpose of natural ventilation and smoke ventilation.
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Smoke Ventilation

Natural smoke ventilation uses the inherent buoyancy of hot smoke to rise above escape routes thus leaving the occupants with a greater chance of making a safe escape.

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By introducing automatic vents at high level that open upon detection of smoke, the smoke is allowed to escape to the atmosphere.
Automatic opening inlet vents / windows at low level maintain the smoke reservoir at a safe level above head height to increase occupant’s visibility during escape.
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Emergency Lighting

Automated Systems Maintenance is one of Britain’s leading installers of emergency lighting in workplaces and public buildings.

In the event of a power failure, the emergency lighting central battery system switches over to battery power.

Not only must the lighting be restored seamlessly, but the emergency system must also be able to maintain an acceptable lux level (brightness) for long enough to allow people to leave the premises safely. In most cases this is likely to be either one hour or three hours.

Emergency lighting is part of the fire safety provision of a building and cannot be ignored: as noted by the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL), which is the foremost UK authority on emergency lighting and provides third party accreditation for components and products for emergency light fittings under the auspices of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA):

“The legal requirement is that non-domestic buildings must be safe at all times, even if mains power failure occurs. Therefore, nearly all such buildings must have emergency lighting fitted”.

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Fire Extinguishers

If a fire started now, do you have the correct fire extinguisher to put it out safely? Do you have a schedule for fire extinguisher servicing? If you tried to escape the building, are you sure that your extinguishers are positioned on the route to safety?

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Selecting and siting the appropriate type of fire extinguishers to protect your premises is vitally important. No different from ensuring you have appropriate insurance cover – in fact, not having the correct fire-fighting equipment in place is just like driving without insurance, both ethically and legally.

Automated Systems Maintenance take care of this important role. You will have the peace of mind that you have selected a company that only employs qualified technicians to undertake the installation and service work.

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Fire Alarms

Fire is a risk in any property, from warehouses to offices. Having a fire alarm system installed into your business or home can drastically reduce loss and damage.

Fire alarms are essential to any premises as they provide vital warnings to ensure adequate escape time and prevent the potential loss of property and life.

Automated Systems Maintenance can help to reduce the risk of fire at your premises by installing one of our industry-approved fire detection and alarm systems in any commercial or residential building. We work closely with all of our clients to implement solutions to suit them and their businesses by having one of our experienced engineers visit site to carry out a free no obligation site survey.

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