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Depending on the functionality and the integrated components, there are several classifications of fire alarm systems.

Automatic fire alarm systems are activated through fire detectors, such as smoke or heat sensors. Manual fire alarms are activated with manual call points or pull stations. There is no reason for a fire alarm system to exclude one or the other. Both can be included in the same system.

Conventional fire alarms work as one unit and cannot pinpoint the exact area of activation unless inspected. Addressable fire alarms have a specially dedicated address for each fire alarm detector that is connected to the control panel, for easier identification of the source of the danger.

One-stage fire alarm systems warn everyone in the building that a sensor has been activated. Two-stage fire alarm systems warn only certain people who are authorized to take appropriate action before the second stage. This system is designed to serve large public areas (for example, healthcare facilities) to prevent panic and inadequate frightful response.


A fire suppression system is any product designed to stop a fire from growing and spreading. Fires can be extinguished, kept under control, or potentially avoided by using fire suppression systems. Typically they are activated by heat, smoke, or a combination of both. It gets the name suppression system as it aims to hold back the fire and the damage it may cause. Preventing the fire from spreading mitigates losses and allows time for emergency personnel to respond.

One example of a fire suppression system is a fire sprinkler system.

Clean agent and dry chemical systems, like those offered by Firetrace also qualify as fire suppression systems.


A gas suspension system is a water-free fire suppressant that releases a mixture of gases to prevent or extinguish the fire. It works on the principle of eliminating the agents which contribute to the ignition and sustaining of fire. The elements of the fire triangle are oxygen, fuel, and heat, eliminating any one of them will extinguish the fire.

Gaseous fire suppression system attacks the following two agents:

Oxygen: The oxygen level is reduced to 15 volume percent with the help of inert gases like argon and nitrogen. As soon as the oxygen level reduces more than 15%, fire no longer has enough agents to sustain, and hence most of the materials will cease to burn.

Heat: As soon as the gases are discharged, they form a mixture with air. The air mixture thus formed has much more heat capacity than air aloe. Therefore it absorbs more heat causing the combustion chain reaction to break down.

Three commonly used gases in the gas fire suppression system:

Novec 1230: A fluorinated ketone containing carbon, fluorine, and oxygen.

Inert Gas: A mixture of argon, nitrogen, carbon dioxide (CO2).

FM-200: A hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) compound containing hydrogen, fluorine, and carbon.


Public Address (PA) Systems play a vital role in crisis management and co-coordinating response actions during an emergency situation. This is more so if the crisis occurs in a public place, crowded areas, markets, railway stations, offices, hotels etc. The central control room staff can use PA systems effectively for conveying instructions on emergency and evacuation procedures that need to be followed. ​

They are important for crowd management and aid in directing people to safety. PA systems can also be used for addressing entire workforce / visitors simultaneously or for delivering centralized piped background music or for any other purpose.

Components of a typical PA system are:

Microphone with Zone Selector

Amplifiers, Routers, Controllers

Background Music System (BGM)

Loudspeakers – Wall mounted, Ceiling mounted, Horn type, etc.