Ever heard of “Better safe than sorry”? Well, when it comes to fires, it pays to be prepared. Be it extinguishers, hosereels, or even detectors. We have all you need to be prepared. To find out more, click below.
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The common types of fires in residential premises are unattended cooking, electrical, household contents and discarded items. In 2021, SCDF has reported 192 cases of electrical fires in residential premises. They were 32 incidents of PMD fire and 23 incidents of PAB fire in 2021. PMD and PAB fire incidents can be averted if people follow the PMD fire safety tips properly as listed by SCDF.
The purpose of a fire detection system or also called as fire alarm system, is to warn us of an emergency so that we can take precautions to safeguard ourselves, our employees, and the public. Offices, factories, and public buildings all have fire alarms. Although they are sometimes disregarded until an emergency, at which point they may just save our lives There are two major types of fire detection device suitable for homes. One of them is the home fire alarm device and another one is the heat detector.
Types of fire are classed in accordance to the fuel type. And with the different classes, the fire extinguishers would have to be able to fight fires of their type, with different mediums - be it powder, air, or liquid; to remove one of the elements that helps keep a fire alive. Read more to find out the classes of fire, and the appropriate extinguishers to fight them.