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Rapidrop FC 50 foam chamber is used in one of the most common application to protect vertical fixed roof (cone) liquid storage tanks, with or without internal floating roof with the low expansion foam system. The application of foam is on the basis that the risk comprises the total surface area of the fuel. The foam system design guidelines generally used are in accordance with NFPA-11, standard. The foam chambers is defined by NFPA-11 as Type II discharge outlets for delivering the foam to the surface of a flammable liquid. It is widely used with the In-line foam inductor, Balance pressure foam proportioning system, Bladder tank proportioner or Foam tender. It is an air aspirating foam discharge device.Add to Compare
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Project Fire, are pleased to confirm new partnership with Rapidrop Global to bring sustainable fire protection solutions to the Polish market. Project Fire’s products are present in several international markets, including Australia, Europe and Asia. Rapidrop, an international sprinkler supplier, has an established working relationship with Project Fire, and already acts as an international distributor for the UK manufacturer in the Middle East and South Africa. Their strong collaboration and combined expertise has helped to bring the latest in sustainable technology to the market. After the success of their first distributor partnership in the Middle East, both organizations have now agreed to work together in Eastern Europe, namely Poland. Project Fire’s innovative fire protection technology and Rapidrop’s strong presence in the Polish market provided the ideal partnership to bring forward-thinking technology to a growing economic and cultural presence in Europe. Poland is also a country that cares about sustainability and environmental practices, especially so in its capital, Warsaw. energy efficient benefits The organizations plan to work to build a strong presence in the market to render Polish buildings safer Project Fire believes that its water-saving and energy-efficient benefits are a perfect fit in the localized market and will help consultants and architects to build and retrofit more sustainable, compliant and holistic building systems. Once the distributor agreement was officially established, Project Fire travelled to Poland in September, where they carried out extensive, on-the-ground training for Rapidrop’s Polish team. The Project Fire team also spoke to over 50 Polish consultants, designers and end-users in Warsaw, where they focused on cost, efficiency and environmental benefits for Project Fire’s Zonecheck, Zonecheck Addressable, Bellcheck & Livetap products. Both international organizations plan to work closely together to build a strong and lasting presence in the market to help render Polish buildings safer and more sustainable. Plans are also in motion to expand out to other Eastern European countries.
At Secutech Vietnam 2017 there were 270 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions The 10th edition of Secutech Vietnam will be remembered for its record-breaking increase in visitor numbers. The show welcomed 12,097 global visitors (2016: 7,473) – up 62% on last year, as exhibitors seized the opportunities presented by one of the most promising security markets in Southeast Asia. 270 exhibitors from 20 countries Across 9,000 sqm of gross exhibition space, there were 270 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions: Australia, China, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam, the UAE, the UK and the US. The likes of Bosch, Dahua, EN3, Everdigm, Force 21, GIGA, Hikvision, Himax, Honeywell, NAFFCO, Nittan, Questek, Rapidrop, Seagate, SFFECO, Synology, Techpro and Vantech were amongst the leading security and fire brands at the fair. In addition, three pavilions were in place during the course of the show. The Silversea Pavilion housed integrated and smart security solutions, while the UL Pavilion showcased fire safety systems and technologies. At the KFI Pavilion, a number of Korean companies exhibited their state-of-the-art product designs and innovations. Speaking of the results of this edition, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd, Ms Regina Tsai, said: “The security market here in Vietnam is maturing, and shows a high demand for cross-sector technologies. Basic components cannot satisfy the market anymore. Therefore, as you can see, exhibitors have incorporated features for intelligent security solutions, smart buildings, smart city, home automation and fire safety and rescue opportunities in their products.” Across 9,000 sqm of gross exhibition space, there were 270 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions Advanced devices for end users Both newcomers and long-term exhibitors are aware of this market shift in Vietnam. Thus, they have introduced a plethora of advanced devices to end-users to the region. First-time exhibitor Boon Edam is a manufacturer of security entrances and revolving doors. The company’s Export Area Sales Manager, Mr Paul Liu, said: “With its surging economy, Vietnam is a rising market for the security industry with all kinds of opportunities. This is our first time exhibiting at Secutech Vietnam. It is amazing that the leading brands are all here at the show, which I believe is one of the reasons why there is a large flow of visitors.” Meanwhile, GES Co, an advanced security system provider, was delighted to meet target customers during the three-day show. Project leader of Overseas Business Division, Mr Hyun-il Ko, commented: “This is our first year exhibiting at Secutech Vietnam. We think the trade fair is well-organised in terms of visitor traffic and show arrangement. We’re excited to meet up with many distributors coming from commercial and government sectors. We’ll absolutely consider coming back next year.” Advanced technologies on display For some long-term exhibitors, Secutech Vietnam is a place to present their most advanced technologies. Drones and VR for security and rescue purposes as well as facial recognition management systems are some of the hot items. For instance, Vantech’s International Sales Manager, Mr Florian Le Guen, said: “This year, we’ve seen the highest traffic at the trade show than previous ones. Secutech Vietnam is an important business platform in Vietnam for security companies to show new products, and for visitors to see the future of technology.” Managing Director of Aventura, Mr Jack Cabasso, also commented: “Vietnam is the most significant emerging security market in the region and Secutech Vietnam fulfils the industry needs. We’ve seen a great amount of high quality attendees with current and upcoming security product requirements at the show this year.” The Global Digital Security Solutions Forum received positive feedback from both speakers and attendees Events and seminars What’s more, Secutech Vietnam offered more than just business opportunities to industry players. A series of concurrent events featuring leading security firms and associations aimed to disseminate insights and market trends. The Fire & Safety Seminar examined the most recent developments and applications of fire equipment. In addition, the Global Digital Security Solutions Forum, with the theme ‘Play Smart in Security – Applying Smart Solutions with Utmost Added Values’, received positive feedback from both speakers and attendees. The Asia Fire Protection Inspection Council General Meeting also concluded on a high note, with its exclusive 10 member countries discussing issues in their respective markets. There was also the Outdoor Demo Zone which displayed the latest fire equipment. Secutech Vietnam 2018 Secutech Vietnam is supported by the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Science & Technology, the Ministry of Planning & Investment, the Ministry of Industry & Trade, the Ministry of Construction, and the Ministry of Transport. The next edition will be held 16-18 August 2018 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, Ho Chi Minh City.
Secutech Vietnam 2017 to feature 270+ exhibitors from 18 countries and regions, increasing the total number of exhibitors this year by 10% The 10th edition of Secutech Vietnam is scheduled to take place at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, Ho Chi Minh City, from 16 – 18 August 2017. Over the past 10 editions, the show has established itself as one of the top sourcing platforms for security and fire and safety solutions in Vietnam. In response to the growing demand for cross-sector collaborations in tackling security challenges, this year’s edition in particular explores the likes of intelligent security solutions, smart homes and buildings, and energy saving opportunities. Fair’s expansion with growing market Featuring over 270 exhibitors from 18 countries and regions, the total number of exhibitors this year has increased by 10%. Bosch, Dahua, Draeger, EN03, Funayama, Hanwha Techwin, Hikvision, Honeywell, KB Vision, NAFFCO, Nhat Nam, Nittan, Panasonic, Rapidrop, Seagate, Silversea, Synology and numerous other leading firms will present their latest products across 9,000 sqm of exhibition space. Around 8,000 system integrators, installers, distributors, mechanical and electrical constructors and other industry peers from across the globe are expected to visit the fair. In terms of the country’s security market developments, Ms Regina Tsai, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media, says she is glad to see the fair’s expansion because of the growing market. She explained, “In Vietnam, increased security concerns in banking, retail and commercial offices and other service industries promote cross-sector collaboration. As a result of rapid economic growth, urbanisation has raised awareness for public and personal safety.” Away from discussions on security, fire and safety problems are also set to be explored during the fair’s fringe programme Global Digital Security & Solutions Forum To help trade buyers and security, fire and safety solution providers tap into the ever-changing security market, Secutech Vietnam places great emphasis on its fringe programme. The 2017 show includes both indoor and outdoor concurrent events. The Global Digital Security & Solutions Forum, for example, will focus on smart applications and solutions in banking, commercial vehicles, city surveillance, factory, retail, and transportation. Speakers from Bosch, Seagate, GIGA, WD and various others will present their project implementations in building smart cities in Vietnam. Fire & Safety Seminar Away from discussions on security, fire and safety problems are also set to be explored during the fair’s fringe programme. The Asia Fire Protection Inspection Council General Meeting will see top management and specialists from governments and related organisations from 10 member countries discuss the latest market needs. Meanwhile, the Fire & Safety Seminar will give insight into new technologies, up-to-date market trends and business opportunities. Outside the fair halls is another key highlight, with the Outdoor Demo. Leading manufacturers such as Everdigm, EN03 and VT Plus will present their cutting-edge fire equipment and fire trucks in an open space. Secutech Vietnam is supported by the Ministry of Construction, the Ministry of Industry & Trade, the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Planning & Investment, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Science & Technology and the Ministry of Transport.