Aspirating Smoke Detection

How to Install VESDA in Corrosive Environments

How to Install VESDA in Corrosive Environments

Corrosion is the deterioration of a material due to interaction with its environment. Many industrial applications use processes that involve the use of chemicals, such as battery manufacturing, and these chemicals can cause an environment to have corrosive properties.

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How to Install VESDA into Wet or Condensing Environments

How to Install VESDA into Wet or Condensing Environments

A wet or condensing environment is simply any location in which there is a presence of water or moisture. These areas may include:

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How to Install VESDA into Dirty Environments

How to Install VESDA into Dirty Environments

Many industrial applications are considered to be a “dirty environment”. Dirty environments can contain high levels of airborne dust, steam, heat and other vapour discharges which can all make fire detection difficult.

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VESDA Aspirating Smoke Detection for Dusty Environments

VESDA Aspirating Smoke Detection for Dusty Environments

There are many types of facilities that create dust in their day-to-day activities. Processes such as; cutting; sieving and screening; crushing and grading; weighing loose powders; stockpiling large volumes of processed materials; milling, grinding or sanding; and maintenance work are just a few dust generating jobs that make providing reliable fire detection difficult.

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How to Install VESDA into High EMI/RFI Applications

How to Install VESDA into High EMI/RFI Applications

Electromagnetic interference (EMI), also known as radio-frequency interference (RFI), is a disturbance created by an external force that affects an electrical circuit by electromagnetic induction, electrostatic coupling or conduction. This disturbance may degrade the performance of an electrical circuit or stop it from performing altogether.

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