Date Posted: 10/09/2012 by admin
Fire Extinguisher Training Services
The Fire Extinguishers Prove Effective Only If People Use Them
The Fire Extinguisher Training Services by Domizar will assist you in making sure that your staff has necessary skills and confidence to take some action if the fire breaks within your facility.
The Domizar training program incorporates:
Contact Domizar and our training expert will assist you in establishing the fire extinguisher training to your employees as well as advise you about most recent regulatory guidelines of proper fire protection of your workplace.
Don't overlook to inquire us regarding how our standard fire extinguisher services consisting placement, examination and testing for the on-site extinguishers may assist you in being prepared for the fire emergencies.
We at Domizar, offer fire extinguisher training that permits highest level of awareness in case of fire emergency. Most of the people haven’t used the fire extinguishers ever therefore our training may provide them appropriate knowledge as well as methods to rapidly control the fire. The fire extinguishers may save property and lives only if the people can use them properly.
Domizar Training Services incorporate:
Date Posted: 18/08/2012 by admin
Your Primary Line of Protection
We at Domizar feel proud to successfully meet all the challenges we’ve faced since our establishment, whether a challenge came from compound system installation, hostile testing schedules, or repair to which tries by the others occurred short. We at Domizar understand that all the demanding situations have solutions, and our mission is to discover best solutions available.
It is our goal to offer the customers having one source of all the fire alarm, security, electrical, and fire control requirements. And as an outcome of this, we are rewarded with the loyal working associations that carry on growing throughout the areas nearby.
At Domizar, we are committed to offer prompt and reliable products at competitive prices. Our experienced and well trained staff is always ready for serving all your requirements and can become your complete service provider. We are committed to make sure that you get the products within your budget.
Out Fire Alarm products have full range, which is suitable for small offices, buildings, big hospitals, etc. We have certified and trained staff, who can offer the reliable service expected at competitive price. Domizar has commitment to offer services of highest level to all the new and existing customers.
Our Product Range of Fire Alarms includes:
Date Posted: 13/08/2012 by admin
If a fire breaks out in any business place then the risk of damage is extreme. You will suffer the threat of enormous devastation to your business and also to the employees within. Presumably you will have insurance to cover the main financial costs of any such damage but you will still suffer great losses as a result of all the time and effort that will need to be spent rebuilding. Not only will your business be under threat, but also any neighbouring building within the vicinity. As a result it is important that you make sure that you have good fire alarm systems in place to prevent such problems.
Most fire alarm systems will have three main components to them. First of all you will have the smoke detector that will be used to notice any significant variations in head and smoke particles in the air. Secondly you may have heat detectors in areas such as kitchens or engine rooms. Thirdly there will be manual break glass points, where any person who spots a fire can break the glass and set off the fire alarm system.
After this you will get the alarm system that will be used to warn all the people in the building and allow them to take the necessary steps to ensure that they are safe. For most businesses this will mean carrying out their fire drill. These are the three main components you will see any any decent fire alarm system but modern advances have also allowed others to be used. One of these will be the fact that your businesses alarm system can be linked up directly to the local fire station. This will allow them to take immediate action as soon as they detect a problem in your business.
The will allow you to have peace of mind at all times, whether you are at your place of work or not. It will also mean that your workers will be able to work more efficiently without the threat of fire at the back of their minds.
Another thing to consider is the fact that if you fail to install these systems and then a fire does occur you may find that you are not covered by your insurance. A lot of policies will stipulate that you will need to have taken all of the possible preventative measures to ensure that any fire doesn't do too much damage. If you don't do this then you may find that you are financially crippled as a result of a fire.
Getting a good fire alarm system is therefore one of the most important and responsible acts you can do for your business.
Date Posted: 30/07/2012 by admin
Your Primary Line of Protection
A possible fire may be controlled earlier than it actually takes hold, in case; you have the right kind of fire equipment with you. A properly maintained and fully charged fire extinguisher may help you in minimizing the future damage for your business as well as injuries of your customers and employees. We at Domizar, provides full range of handy fire extinguishers as per all classes and types of fires.
Our Quality Range incorporates ABC Power, Aerosol, AFFF (Foam), CO2, Water, Water Plus, Welding Drapes, Curtains, Wet Chemical, and Wheeled Fire All the Fire Extinguishers is completely certified with third party authorizations.
ABC powder fire extinguisher is suitable for offices of class A; B; & C fire categories, industrial premises, and commercial premises. They are very effective against volatile liquids and petrol. It is available in 9kg, 6kg, 4kg, and 2kg packs.
Aerosol extinguisher is ideal for the use of your caravan, vehicle, home, or boat. It may be used for paper, textile, wood, electrical equipment, and liquid fires. It is available in 600 ml, 600 gm, and 950 gm packs.
This is a self-maintenance extinguisher and never requires any engineer call-out in the guaranteed life of 10 years. It is having EN3 standard certification and it has all the newest standards. It is available in 9L, 6L, and 2L packs.
CO2 fire extinguisher is mainly used for fires generated due to electrical origin. It is non-toxic therefore; there will be no harm to electrical equipments or machinery. It is available in 5kg and 2kh\g packs.
Water & Water Plus
Water & Water Plus Fire Extinguisher is certified with BS EN3 and it is suitable for class A fire associated with paper, textiles, wood, and other risks of class A in commercial premises and offices. It is available in 9L, 6L, and 3L packs.
Welding Drapes & Curtains
We provide general duty Welding Curtains & Drape having size of 6' x 9' (1.8 x 2.7m). It is mainly used where strong resistance of chemicals and mechanical durability is a priority.
We offer Quality LPCB certified wet chemical fire extinguishers, which are mainly suitable for class A and F A fires. It is available in 6L and 2L packs.
Wheeled Fire Extinguisher
Our wheeled fire extinguishers are perfect for huge applications where the risk is there of huge fires fueled through flammable liquids or electrical items. Usual applications incorporate larger docks, hospitals, boats, paint shops, big industrial units and electrical item storage. It is available in 20kg and 10kg packs.
Date Posted: 08/05/2012 by admin
Foam Fire Extinguishers offer protection against Class A and B Fires that typically involve liquids or materials that liquefy such as petrol, oils, paints and fats. Firemart offers a range of foam fire extinguishers from smaller 1ltr and 2ltr models to larger 6ltr and 9ltr models in both budget (CE Mark approved and one year warranty) and Premier Kitemarked (BS EN 3 Kitemark approved, CE Mark approved and five year warranty). Foam fire extinguishers are ideal for multi-risk situations where class A and B risks exist. Class B fires, those involving flammable liquids, such as petrol, diesel, spirits, solvents and lubricants, can be tackled very effectively. Foam fire extinguishers contain an aqueous film forming foam which gives rapid flame knock-down and has a blanketing effect, removing oxygen smothering the flames and sealing vapours to prevent re-ignition. Foam Fire Extinguishers may also be referred to as AFFF (aqueous film-forming foam). Foam fire extinguishers are often paired with 2kg Carbon Dioxide (Co2) extinguishers providing protection against class A and B fires and live electrical risks in offices, warehouses and other industrial environments. The fire extinguishers are supplied complete with bracket and can quickly and easily be wall mounted or placed on a fire extinguisher floor stand. The Firemart Foam fire extinguishers are stored pressure fire extinguishers meaning that they are supplied ready filled and pressurised. The fire extinguishers also feature an easy to read pressure gauge. The pressure gauge helps to ensure that the fire extinguisher is safe for use: if the fire extinguisher is pressurised and ready for use, the pressure gauge will be in the green zone. If the fire extinguisher has lost pressure, the reading will be in the red zone and requires remedial attention.
Date Posted: 01/05/2012 by admin
There are many types of fire alarm systems each suited to different buildings types and applications. a fire alarm system can vary in both price and complexity, from a single panel with a detector and sounder in a small commercial property to an addressable fire alarm system in a multi-occupancy building. Fire alarm systems act like smoke detectors because if there is smoke in the air the alarm detects it and goes off to warn all the occupants about it.
Conventional Fire Alarm Systems
Conventional fire alarm systems are the entry level for most fire alarm system requirements. These alarms are suitable for small offices, nurseries, hotels, warehouses, shops and any small business.
Twin Wire Fire Alarm Systems
Twin fire alarm systems are similar to a conventional system as they have detection zones. the main advantage of twin-wire systems is you can put sounders on the detection circuit which means you can save on the cost of having to wire additional sounder circuits.
Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
Addressable fire alarm systems transmit data over the detection circuit that provides complicated information for the user including the exact location of the fire. They are ideal for larger premises such as hotels, office blocks and large factories.
Radio Fire Alarm Systems
Radio fire alarms (also known as wireless fire alarms) are the same as a standard analogue addressable fire alarm system but with the advantage of no wires to interlink the detection and sounders. Wireless fire alarms are ideal for premises with multiple buildings such as schools, colleges or science parks.
Once you have the right system in place you should then consider how to respond to an alarm out of working hours. Assured have the solution with a remote monitoring system.
Date Posted: 01/05/2012 by admin
There are many different types and sizes of fire extinguisher signs and fire safety signs. But, despite appearances in pictures, all are not created equal. Rigid plastic fire extinguisher signs come in varying thicknesses and varying quality of ink. What is the point of a sign that fades over time?
The problem with the standard rigid plastic safety sign is that they are only visible when the lights are on or daylight is present. In emergencies such as a fire or power cut, this can cause panic and injuries and would you really want to be sued by an employee or visitor for the sake of a quality exit sign?
Self-adhesive signs will not last long and can easily be removed. They also tend to have an exposed sticky edge that gradually collects dust and looks unsightly after time.
Our photo luminescent material contain special inorganic phosphor compound that is energised very quickly by blue light and ultra violet wavelength energy that is present in nearly all light sources.
This high-energy is then converted into a low energy yellow-green light, the colour most recognised by the human eye and as specified by safety signs standards.
These photo luminescent materials are non-radioactive and non-toxic and provide a strong light source. They are also self-extinguishing, so they carry on working when they are most needed.
Most importantly, when the lights go out, they light up and can clearly mark:
Date Posted: 27/03/2012 by admin
Fire Alarms Regulations 1997 (As Amended 199) require any business with 5 or more employees to carry out a written Risk assessment and have an Emergency plan.
Failure to undertake and hold a written Risk assessment is a Criminal Offence.
Additionally to workplaces, other premises may also be subject to other Regulations that place further special requirements particularly if the general Public may be at Risk, examples of these are Hotels, places used for the purpose of Public Entertainment’s, licensed premises and restaurants.
If you want to carry out a Risk assessment you need to take into consideration that if the Fire Alarm System has been previously installed or your premises does not have a Fire Alarm or any procedure, it is a requirement by law that the Risk assessment is undertaken, for example smoke detections.
Fire Alarm System Standard
In most instances the precautions implemented following a Risk assessment will see the installation of (or Upgrade of) a Fire Alarm System and fire extinguishing equipment.
Regular reviews of your Risk assessment will be required to ensure any changes within your business or building layout are still compliant with the Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations.
BS5839 Regulations for the design, installation and Maintenance of Fire Detection & Fire Alarms, details the specific requirements for detection & alarm equipment to satisfy the Fire Precautions Regulations.
Failure to keep the Fire Alarm System in working order could lead the local Fire Brigade to serve enforcement notices requiring compliance, they also have the authority to close any building which does not meet this act
Check Frequencies required by BS5839 are:
All check frequencies have specific requirements. Checks should be recorded where necessary in the Fire Safety Log Book.
Date Posted: 27/03/2012 by admin
The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Fire Extinguisher are designed for use primarily on electrical fires but can also be used on fires including flammable liquids such as petrol, oil, diesel and some solid fuels like wax. Fires involving electrical equipment are one of the commonest causes of fire and involve equipment, such as portable appliances, and any electrical wiring or circuitry. Electrical fires do not have an official classification in the UK, but are known as Class C in the US. Being rated as safe on electrical fires signifies that the extinguishing agent is non-conductive. It is because carbon dioxide in non-conductive that it is so suitable for use on electrical equipment, and it doesn't leave a residue behind like powder or foam extinguisher would, which would be a problem for the delicate workings of an electronic appliance. These properties make carbon dioxide fire extinguishers particularly suitable for office environments and other areas with a significant amount of electronic or electrical equipment. They should not be used on cooking oil fires as the high pressure discharge could splash the burning fat around and spread the fire further. Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers come in various standard sizes, including 1kg, 2kg, 5kg, 10kg, 20kg and 45kg. You can expect the 10kg and above types to be on wheeled trolleys as they are otherwise too heavy to be easily portable. They are usually red in colour with a black panel over the operating instructions. The extinguishers that are 5kg or larger will have a hose attached as well as the horn-shaped nozzle.
Date Posted: 20/03/2012 by admin
Water Fire Extinguishers
Water fire extinguishers are used on Class A fires, which usually involve freely burning solid materials such as paper, wood, straw, fabrics and coal. The extinguisher works by spraying a jet of water onto the fire, which penetrates the fire and extinguishes the flames by cooling the burning materials and preventing them re-igniting. Ordinary water fire extinguishers should not be used on fires with electrical equipment because water is conductive so could lead to an electric shock if used on anything electrical. There are several main types of water fire extinguishers, which are the standard ones, spray mist extinguishers and water additive extinguishers. Standard models use ordinary tap water which is sprayed out in a jet under pressure from compressed air. The spray mist type extinguisher produces a fine mist of de-ionised water, which prevents conduction of electricity and risk of electrocution if it is accidentally sprayed on electrical equipment. It should not be used as a solution for dealing with electrical fires, but it does mean it is more versatile and is definitely safer than a standard water appliance if electrical equipment is encountered near the fire. The fine spray also improves the soaking and cooling ability of the extinguisher, though you need to fight the fire from a closer range than with the standard water fire extinguisher. The water additive type has an environmentally friendly additive in the water which significantly increases the effectiveness of the extinguisher by reducing the surface tension of the water. It means that, compared to a standard water fire extinguisher, a water additive appliance can be smaller and lighter, and still be more effective than the ordinary extinguisher. It often also comes with a spray type nozzle. Their suitability for use on most common materials makes water fire extinguishers the basic fire fighting tool of choice, particularly in offices, warehouses, schools, and many other workplaces.