Pyrotechnic smoke and heat extraction system
- Support from CWS fire protection officer
- Planning & project engineering
- Instruction / Training
- Triggered by an pyrotechnic trigger, ignited by a push-button detector
Pyrotechnic smoke extraction system - advice, installation & maintenance
The CWS pyrotechnic smoke and heat extraction system is a combination of electrical and pneumatic systems for exhaust air opening. In other words, it also serves to specifically dissipate smoke and heat in the event of fire, so that the building structure remains stable and escape and rescue routes remain smoke-free. The fire brigade can work efficiently and people and property are effectively protected.
A pyrotechnical smoke extraction system is triggered via an electrical control system with connected push-button detectors. In contrast to electrical or pneumatic systems, the exhaust air openings are opened by an explosive device, i.e. neither motor-driven nor thermal. Areas of application for pyrotechnical systems are, for example, large production or storage halls and stairwells.
Depending on the federal state, a regular inspection of the pyrotechnic smoke and heat extraction system is necessary every 3-6 years. In addition, annual maintenance by a competent person, such as CWS Fire Safety, is mandatory. In case of buildings with high dust exposure we recommend shorter maintenance intervals. The pyrotechnic triggers are to be replaced regularly according to the manufacturer's specifications.
CWS offers you an all-round carefree package for your pyrotechnic smoke extraction system. This includes the analysis of the local conditions as well as the planning and installation of the pyrotechnical smoke and heat extraction system. In addition, we are happy to take over regular maintenance, for example within the framework of a maintenance contract.
- Combination of electrical and pneumatic systems for exhaust air opening
- Automatic extraction of heat and smoke