There are two methods for detecting fire from the presence of heat via heat detectors;
1. Fixed temperature heat detectors operate when the ambient temperature increases sufficiently to predetermined level where the heat detector will operate; or
2. A rate-of-rise heat detector operates when the ambient temperature increases over time equal to or greater than the rate of change the detector was manufactured to operate.We have waterproof types, which are suitable for use in highly humid environments such as kitchen, bathroom, and drying room.
Smoke detectors are designed to respond to a wide spectrum of fires, while low maintenance is required as they are designed to withstand the harshest conditions and eliminate build up of containments and dust. Every unit is individually tested and calibrated to ensure high reliability and prevention of false alarms.