PRODUCTION SMOKE BARRIERS

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control unit

During a fire, smoke, toxic and irritating gases and heat are released into the environment.

Heat is the main danger for people who are in the immediate vicinity of the point of origin of the fire, while smoke and gases produced by combustion threaten the safety of persons also present in areas at some distance from where the event takes place.

The presence of smoke reduces visibility, preventing those present from identifying and reaching the exits. The result is a dangerous slowing down in the speed of exiting.

Exposure to toxic gases produced by combustion can also lead very quickly to a state of incapacitation, with partial or complete inhibition of physical efficiency and a consequent reduction in the ability to escape.

The presence of smoke reduces visibility, preventing those present from identifying and reaching ways out, thus resulting in a dangerous slowing down of the speed of exiting.

Exposure to toxic gases produced by combustion can also lead very quickly to a state of incapacitation, with partial or complete inhibition of physical efficiency and a consequent reduction in the ability to escape.

Fanani Fire Smoke Barriers are a passive protection system, certified in compliance with the UNI EN 12101-1:2006 standard, which specifies the performance requirements of the product, classification and test methods for smoke barriers.

During the testing phase, compliance was verified and CE marking given, thus making the device usable in civil and industrial works throughout the entire European Economic Area.

The UNI EN 9494:2012 standard sets the sizing parameters, defined by the designer in the design phase.

It is the ideal solution for ceiling partitioning of large environments such as airports, train stations, shopping centres, logistics centers, manufacturing plants, etc.

It is available in a mobile and static configuration.

 

SMOKE BARRIER CLASSIFICATION:

  • ASB1Smoke Barriers that are brought, in a fail-safe manner, into the safety position with a maximum deployment of 2.5 m and with controlled descent, even when all primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of electrical system failure, of system failure or of any combination of these.
  • ASB3Smoke Barriers compliant with type ASB1, which can be deployed at any height.
  • SBStatic Smoke Barriers.

 

Types

  • Mobile Smoke Break Curtain with Guide
  • Mobile Smoke Break Curtain without Guide
  • Static Smoke Break Curtain

 

How they work

They are activated only in the case of fire alarm and/or black-out for more than 6 hours; therefore the lack of network power supply does not affect their proper functioning.

The barrier is equipped with a FAIL SAFE GRAVITY system, designed to ensure proper functioning not only in the presence of alarm but also in the event of any electrical failures:

  • Damage to control unit
  • Interruption of connection cables

Use of these systems enables areas to be partitioned in a discreet and functional way, dividing even considerable spaces, and not contrasting with the overall aesthetics of the structure in which they are inserted, unlike other types of existing solutions.

The " Smoke Barriers" Fanani FIRE represent a technical, innovative and revolutionary product in the market of passive fire protection.

MEASUREMENTS

CONTROL UNIT

Fanani Fire


Features

  • Protection index > IP55
  • Supply > 100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz
  • Output > 24 VDC
  • Battery > 2 x 12V NP
  • Serial interface > RS 232

OPTIONAL

  • Isolated serial module > RS 485
  • Serial for descent coordination > DCMc

 

The flexibility of the CU-350 system allows programming in the field of command and coordination parameters for tubular operators of smoke and heat barriers:

  • from operator panel;
  • from PC with specific software and RS-232 interface;
  • from remote supervisor via multi-point serial communication.

CU-350 is remote controllable:

  • from PC, PLC on physical layer RS-323 or RS-485 with Modbus RTU communication protocol;
  • via Wi-Fi or Ethernet using interface adapter and Modbus RTU protocol on TCP-IP.

COMPONENTS

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Components

Design in compliance with UNI EN 9494

1. Summary project specifications containing:
1.1 Name of project and designer,
1.2 List of drawings and documents with titles, number and revision index, issue date,
1.3 List of components included in the system and their specifications,
1.4 Statement that the SENFC project has been designed and must be installed in compliance with this standard, or which provides information of any deviation from the standard's requirements and the reasons thereof, on the basis of available information;

2. Detailed descriptive technical report for each space to be protected, indicating:
2.1 Consistency of the plant and division into ceiling compartments,
2.2 Reference standards
2.3 Report of calculation and sizing of components with project data and calculation results
2.4 Criteria for component selection (ENFC, smoke barriers, air inlets, power supplies, etc.),
2.5 Sizing of lines, list of components (type, reference specifications and performance);
2.6 Functional block diagram with the representation of areas (ceiling compartments) and operational logic;
2.7 Drawings of SENFC layout with the following information:
2.7.1 Layout orientation
2.7.2 ENFC types and position,
2.7.3 Types and position of smoke barriers
2.7.4 Types and position of air inlets
2.7.5 Types and position of control bodies
2.7.6 Command and power supplys,
2.7.7 Connecting cables,
2.7.8 Interfaces with other systems,
Relevant sections 2.7.9,
2.7.10 Legend of symbols used.

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