MARTECH® provides innovative fire protection solutions built on the foundation of 37 years of industry experience. Delivering state-of-the-art firefighting equipment that safeguards people and property is our number one priority.
MARTECH® has partnered with POK, the French leader in firefighting equipment, to supply quality product solutions that meet the stringent requirements of our clients. POK recently introduced an electronic flowmeter that uses advanced technology for fire departments as well as many other industries. POK differentiates itself in the market by providing a wide range of hand nozzles as well as portable and remote control monitors that are both off the shelf or designed to specific requirements.
Effective fire-life safety demands innovative technologies, proven performance and indispensable experience. We are proud to say MARTECH® and POK are at the forefront of cutting-edge fire protection technology.
MARTECH®—Building a Better Tomorrow, One Solution at a Time.
By 2020, there will be more connected devices than we ever expected; it seems everything is becoming connected or needing to be connected. There are big arguments about how feasible it is to connect life safety equipment, fire alarms, voice alarms, and many other devices.
However, whether we like it or not, the new era of CLOUD and connected devices are knocking on our doors: there is indeed a new era of technology emerging.
We at VELOX do believe “connected” is the way forward for life safety. Based in United Arab Emirates, Dubai – “the home of innovation” – we started our smart connectivity initiatives as far back as early in 2012. We needed to establish the connectivity from its core, and take it all the way down to cover the complete stack of IoT.
The journey initially began with the manufacturing of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems. Today, VELOX is one of the leading brands in the region, synonymous with innovation in the table of leading fire detection brands. We are proud to be the first fire detection manufacturer in the UAE, and in the region. With more than 65 specialized engineers and research & development staff in-house, the VELOX team is determined to shape the future of life safety worldwide.
“VELOX team are determined to shape the future of life safety worldwide.”
Industries around the world are changing faster than ever before. Advances in technology, new manufacturing processes, environmental issues, stricter regulations, and improved safety standards pose greater demand for smarter, more innovative approaches in foam fire suppression.
Solberg’s extensive line of AFFF and AR-AFFF firefighting foam concentrates exceed the punishing demands found in the petroleum, oil & gas market sector for the control and extinguishment of hydrocarbon and polar solvent fuel fires.
Certified to numerous Standards (UL, ULC, EN) and meeting the quality and performance test requirements of LASTFIRE, SOLBERG ARCTIC 1×3% ATC™ foam concentrate is a high-performance firefighting foam for flame knockdown, fire control, extinguishment, and burn-back resistance. Control, extinguishment time, and burn-back resistance are paramount to the safety of firefighters and protection of high-risk, high-hazard assets. ARCTIC 1×3% ATC can also be used to prevent re-ignition of a liquid spill and control hazardous vapours.
ARCTIC 1×3% ATC foam concentrate can be proportioned at the proper foam solution percentage using common foam proportioning devices. Since 2010, ARCTIC AFFF and AR-AFFF foam concentrates have been C6 fluorochemical based and compliant to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 2010/2015 PFOA Product Stewardship Program. ARCTIC foam concentrates do not contain PFOS.
Contact your local Solberg factory sales representative to learn more about how Solberg can solve your foam firefighting product needs.
Global fire systems leader Advanced has extended the range of its QuickZone range of conventional fire panels by adding a 16-32 zone option. This complements the existing 2-4 and 4-12 zone options and significantly enhances the versatility of the range.
As the name suggests QuickZone is quick on the wall, quick to configure and quick to maintain. It offers a choice of control and repeater panels, allowing installers to specify the system that best matches their performance and price requirements. QuickZone (2-4 zones) is the most straightforward. QuickZone XL (4-12 and now 16-32) has a rich array of features that can support passive or fully-functional repeaters; it is ideal for larger conventional installations with more involved programming and configuration requirements. QuickZone XL also offers zone expansion cards and a range of installation features including earth bars. QuickZone is approved to EN54-2&4 and the 2-4 and 4-12 zone variants can operate in twin-wire mode.
The range features false alarm management that functions according to one of three different modes, as described in EN54-2. QuickZone supports mode A while QuickZone XL supports modes A, B and C. False alarm management can be selected for individual zones on both panels.
Full specs can be found at http://www.advancedco.com/fire-systems/conventional-twin-wire-fire-system.aspx
In 2017, the water mist community will gather in Rome, Italy. On 25th and 26th October the 17th International Water Mist Conference (IWMC) will take place in the Italian Capital. From 15th May 2017 onwards delegates can register for THE water mist event of the year.
The IWMC conference webpage is activated on Monday 15th May. From this date, those planning to attend can register for the event and get their ticket. Between 15th May and 15th July – the early bird period – the International Water Mist Association (IWMA) offers special prices.
The IWMC conference webpage can be accessed directly via the IWMA homepage. A big red button will guide the way.
Apart from being the registration tool the conference webpage will – amongst others – provide information on how to book accommodation at the conference hotel – the Barceló Aran Mantegna. The sponsors will find all information they needs as far as shipping address and set-up times are concerned. And: From 1st July onwards the programme for the event can be downloaded from the conference webpage.
IWMA has 150 tickets on offer. The registration tool will be closed on 18th October. So if you no want to miss out and benefit from the reduced prices for tickets make sure to book as early as possible.
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