A custom-engineered ExGo gas extinguishant system, alongside Advanced’s Axis EN and TouchControl touchscreen remote control terminal, has been installed to meet the specific needs of the Historical Archives of Belgrade.
The end-user required complete system visibility over one of the Archives’ 2,400 sq. meter storage facilities, which houses some of Belgrade’s most important cultural and social assets spanning the 16th to 20th centuries.
The installation involved the extensive interfacing of TouchControl with the ExGo panel, enabling the end-user to see the status of the suppression system remotely via 3D interactive maps. The ExGo panel has been programmed with substantial logic in order to achieve cause and effect that activates relays and sounder circuits.
These circuits are then used as mass-notification devices and integrate with a bespoke engineered system using TouchControl.
Enhances the performance of the gas suppression system to perform remote monitoring tasks Carefully designed software has the ability to drastically enhance the performance of the gas suppression system, making it easy to perform remote monitoring tasks, fault find,s and plan and configure even the largest and most complex of systems.
A high-quality solution will also provide users with unrestricted access to regular updates to ensure the system consistently meets changing standards.
ExGo Extraction Tool
The ExGo extraction tool, designed to work with Advanced’s gas extinguishant panel, makes the management of configuration, control data and event logs simple and efficient for integrators, maintenance technicians, and end-users.
The complete suite of applications for Advanced’s solutions are continually updated with new features and performance enhancements, with legislation changes implemented across the software quickly, keeping customers’ systems up to date.
Pros And Cons Of Solutions
In summary, there is no ‘standard’ fire solution for critical and high-risk sites. Their distinctive characteristics and complexities demand that fire protection solutions be designed into them from the earliest stage.
Specifiers and users need to understand the pros and cons of the solutions available and, importantly, how the gas suppression systems themselves can help deal with the unique challenges presented by critical and high-risk sites.