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In the face of a blazing emergency, our Fire & Smoke Ventilation System emerges as your steadfast shield against devastating destruction. Imagine a scenario where a certified, cutting-edge ventilation system becomes your unsung hero. That's precisely what we offer at Master Ventilation Services (MVS). With our EN Certified fire and smoke ventilation systems, we present a robust defense mechanism, meticulously designed to safeguard your business facility.
How? By swiftly extracting obstructive smoke and strategically delaying rapid fire progress (RFP), our systems buy crucial time for firefighters to swing into action. Picture this: a seamless process where harmful smoke is whisked away, and the potential for catastrophic damage is significantly reduced.
Our mission? To ensure that your equipment and inventory stay protected, even in the direst of situations. Trust Master Ventilation Services (MVS) – where innovation meets security, ensuring your peace of mind amidst uncertainty.
Smoke vents, also called AOVs, are placed in buildings, like staircases and corridors. When there's a fire, detectors trigger vents to automatically open, letting smoke escape through designated shafts.
When there's a fire, actuators open high smoke vents and fresh air inlets, letting cool air in. This pushes hot air and smoke out through the roof, creating a safe escape zone.
If there's a fire, detectors will trigger the vents to open, letting smoke escape through designated shafts, ensuring a safe exit.
The smoke control system safeguards occupants, enabling safe escape from areas like stairs and corridors, ensuring they don't inhale harmful fumes during a fire emergency.
Smoke management systems come in three types: pressurization, exhaust, and airflow, each serving unique functions in ensuring safety during fires.
Smoke vents, like windows or skylights, let smoke and hot air escape. AOVs (automatic opening vents) open automatically when fire is detected, aiding safe ventilation during emergencies.
Mechanical ventilation systems require smaller shaft areas compared to natural ventilation systems, enabling efficient airflow and space utilization.