FS 005 : Fire Detection and Alarm System Design

FS 005 : Fire Detection and Alarm System Design

  • course description:

    This course will provide the understanding Of Fire Detection & Fire Alarm Design process based on international standards. It will enable the audience to gain the necessary knowledge to design, review, comment & accept certain detail engineering package. It covers all types of FD&A components & describes how selection will differ base on site requirements.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Understand the fire signatures & how spot-type detectors operate.
    - To evaluate the minimum required documentation for newly-designed fire detection & alarm system.
    - Understand the designing of fire detection system - Selection, Total/Partial Coverage, Building Construction & Spacing.
    - Know the importance of Manufacture Published Fire/Safety Guide.
    - Apply the concept of fire alarm notification appliances - Selection, Coverage, Building Construction, spacing & placing.
    - Know FACP Major Aspects, Power Source Selection Requirement, Battery Derating Calculation, Battery Capacity Calculation & Voltage Drop of NAC Circuit.
    - Understand how Fire Suppression is Integrated with FACP, How NAC circuit is integrated too, Input/output Matrix.
    Code Reinforcement.

  • Course outlines:

    - How Fire Signature trigger detector.
    - Required Documentation Of Fire Alarm Signaling System.
    - Design of Detection System.
    - Importance of Manufacture Published Fire/Safety Guide.
    - Fire Alarm Notification Appliances Circuit.
    - Design of Alarm System.
    - Cause & Affect, Input/Output Matrix.
    - Fire Alarm Signaling System, International Codes & Standards.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    None

  • who should attend?

    - Fire Engineers.
    - System Designers.
    - Plan Reviewers.
    - Insurance adjusters.
    - Authority having jurisdiction.

  • duration:

    3 Days

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