FireVu provides fire detection solutions for high value property, be they cultural treasures such as London Guildhall or modern icons such as the City of London’s Gherkin. FireVu systems deliver against challenging specifications while adhering to architectural sensitivities and regulations.
Fire detection is of primary importance in an oil and gas environment. Speed is of the essence in preventing costly and life threatening results. FireVu offers alerts at the first sign of danger, enabling action to be taken.
Fires at waste management sites are paid for by the environment, the emergency services and the local community, but they also cost you and your business. There is a major fire at a waste management or recycling site every day in the UK.
Visual Smoke Detection technology can concentrate on specific danger areas and also provide early alerts across large and voluminous areas. Food processing presents many fire dangers from machines and materials. VSD provides early detection against numerous sources of fire.
High value aircraft demand the best fire detection technology. Visual Smoke Detection identifies danger early. VSD does not need to wait for smoke to reach sensors and the challenge of smoke stratification slowing detection is not an issue.
It is now mandatory for all tunnels over 500m within the EU to have a fire detection system, it must be a Video Smoke Protection solution if the tunnel is more than 3000m.
About FireVu – Video Smoke Detection and visual verification of fire
NetVu is acknowledged as the pioneer and world leader in the innovation of Video Smoke Detection (VSD) with over 16 years of experience in the field. Today our worldwide client base covers a range of industries : waste management and recycling, power generation, manufacturing industries, transport, aircraft hangars, tunnels and prestige buildings.
FireVu Video smoke and flame detection identifies both the unique motion pattern of smoke and the specific colour and intensity of flame automatically providing a visually verifiable alert to the system operator in the shortest time possible. This enables a fast response to a potential fire, saving valuable time even in difficult, voluminous areas or where a high airflow may be present.