Smoke control is a complex process involving smoke extraction and fresh air supply by the supply and extract ventilation system of buildings in order to ensure safe evacuation of people in case of a fire in any of the spaces.
Ventilation systems for under-roof parking are designed to ensure the most important functions. Such systems are designed to protect people escaping fire through the evacuation routes against hazardous fire factors by extracting harmful combustion products and preventing their spreading in the air.
According to conclusive evidence the majority of mortalities in a fire are caused by poisoning from carbon monoxide and other combustion products. Carbon monoxide is one of the most toxic smoke components. It is carbon monoxide poisoning that accounts for 80 % of the fire accident causes. Fires in closed spaces where oxygen supply is limited are especially prone to intensive carbon monoxide generation
Smoke extraction system for under-roof parking
Ventilation systems produce a heavy load on the electrical systems of a building. Therefore, reducing the power consumption is among the top priorities for construction project designers.
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Advantages of Blauberg Smoke Extraction Fans
|5 year warranty - fitted with a German Blauberg motor|
|Powerful range of short cased axial flow industrial fans.|
|2, 4 and 6 motor pole options.|
|Fan impeller sizes from 250mm to 630mm diameter.|
Temperatures of the transported medium: in continuous operation up to +55 °C; in smoke extraction mode: 300 °C/2 hrs and 400 °C/2 hrs
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Blauberg UK Smoke Extraction Ventilation for Parking Premises - Manuals & Literature - Downloads
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