With its new line type heat detector, Securiton is optimising fire detection in difficult conditions in two different ways. The Securiton heat detector monitors double the area and also quickly and reliably differentiates between real dangers and harmless false alarms.
Chemical production facilities, paint shops and road tunnels are not easy places to monitor. Extreme humidity, corrosive gases and high temperatures quickly become a major issue for conventional fire detectors, thus making reliable fire detection an impossibility. The SecuriHeat ADW 535 from Securiton comes into its own where other fire detectors fail. The sensing tubes are made from robust materials such as copper, stainless steel or Teflon, whilst the cable terminal processor is perfectly shielded from both mechanical and chemical influences.
SecuriHeat ADW 535 – increasing pressure is the key to any fire
The SecuriHeat ADW 535 is a line type heat detector. During fire detection it uses a physical principle to its advantage: If the temperature rises due to a fire, then the volume and pressure of the air increase simultaneously. By laying air-filled sensing tubes in the room to be monitored, the pressure increase is transmitted to a sensor in the ADW 535. If the pressure exceeds a set threshold, then the system triggers an alarm.
Double Tube – double the monitoring area thanks to two sensing tubes
One of the key advantages of the new ADW 535 is the possibility of connecting two independent sensing tubes. The advantages are clear to see: Two tubes (Double Tube) can be adapted better to the monitoring area of a building and allow dangers to be recorded on each tube. Interventions can then be made efficiently and with pinpoint accuracy.
Dynamic Heat Watch – intelligent heat detectors cannot be deceived
With decades of experience in the field of fire detection for special applications, Securiton constantly sets the benchmarks for the intelligence of the developed systems. The key here is false-alarm reliability. After all, sudden changes registered by a sensor do not always indicate actual danger. For example, opening a door in a warehouse can result in a change in temperature. The intelligent DHW algorithm (Dynamic Heat Watch) on the ADW 535 instantly differentiates between real dangers and harmless events. An alarm is only triggered when people and materials are in actual danger.
IT-based planning and configuration – good planning is half the battle
The ADW HeatCalc software tool from Securiton allows system planning at a very early stage. A floor plan is all that is needed for work to begin. The tube layout is sketched with just a few clicks of the mouse and the program assists where possible. Both a detailed report for the plant documentation and a full parts list for ordering materials are generated automatically. Every article has VdS approval.
Simple systems can be configured directly on the device without using a PC – EasyConfig will guide you here through the individual steps. The practical ADW Config software tool is used for more complex systems and application-specific adaptations. Extensive analysis functions and setting options ensure safe, cost-effective operation of your system. The uniformity of both software tools is another advantage. The device configuration calculated by ADW HeatCalc can be saved as a file directly in the device via ADW Config.
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