Fire Detection

Fire Control Panel

ZP3 has been providing reliable fire detection for decades. Supporting up to 127 devices per loops, in 128 zones. Intelligent panel design combined with high sensitivity smoke and fire sensing enables the ZP3 control panel not only to identify and disregard conditions that would result in false or unwanted alarms, but to recognize real fires sooner. For sites requiring more loops, the ZP3 panels can be networked by up to 255 panels, forming systems capable of controlling more than 50 000 devices.

Smoke Detectors

Analogue Addressable Multi Sensor

Multi sensor represents the next generation of fire detectors giving early warning of fire or smoke, with the ability to discriminate against false alarms. Fuzzy logic software is using multi-criteria sensing form the basis of this advanced detector. The detector consists of integrated high sensitivity smoke and thermal sensors. The system combines the dynamic results of rates of change patterns and absolute levels of smoke and heat, to identify real fire criteria. Selectable software algorithms allow the response to be matched to each particular hazard.

Analogue Optical Smoke Sensor

Designed for early response to slow burning, smouldering fires, the ZP730-2 is an analogue smoke detector, developed to provide reliable sensing for most fire alarm applications. The sensors proven stability in air movement associated with air conditioning systems has made it a popular selection for modern building interiors. Operating on light scatter principles, the ZP730-2 fully meets the sensitivity requirements of European Standard, EN 54 Pt 7 and is approved by several international approval bodies.

Analogue Thermal Detector

Analogue thermal sensor is a thermistor-controlled device that responds to changes in its ambient temperature. The device provides a reliable response to fires in areas where environmental conditions may prohibit the use of smoke sensors. The sensitivity of each sensor is set by the Ziton control panel (ZP3 or ZP2) and can be adjusted between four levels – from 58°C to 75°C – either manually or automatically on a timed basis.

Suppression Systems

ZP3-ECU Ziton Loop Extinguishing Control Unit

The Extinguishing Control Unit controls the discharge of a single gaseous extinguishing system, via the ZP loop wiring. The ZP fire control panel provides secure “Co-incidence Connection” control of the extinguishing control system. It is field programmable, with cross-mapped inputs being selected from various ZP line devices or zones. Functions such as automatic extinguishing agent release delay, selection of delay/no-delay for manual extinguishing agent release, and output relay control are fully configurable. Key switches are provided for automatic or manual operation and lock-off for maintenance. Manual extinguishing agent release, an alarm silence push button and indicators for automatic, manual, locked-off, extinguishing agent discharged and reset status are also featured.

Linear Heat Cable

YA Linear heat cable is an excellent solution where environmental conditions make it impossible for delicate electronics associated with point detectors to be used. It is very simple to use and can be wired to a conventional zone of a fire panel. When a temperature threshold is reached the “linear heat cable” causes a fire event on the zone. Linear heat has several variants: • Digital. • Analogue. • Different Temperature Thresholds. • Monitoring Units – allow accurate pinpointing of the fire.

I-Cat Fire

Extinguishing live electrical equipment: T-Rotor Technology System extinguishes live electrical equipment with no risk of electrocution to firefighters. T-Rotor Technology Mist causes no thermal shock to equipment. This means there’s no risk of damage to ceramic or other sensitive and costly elements. T-Rotor Technology Systems (as opposed to other mist systems) can be used to protect equipment such as turbines located in large hangars with high ceilings. Telesolv 1% is a mist or foam chemical compound containing a maximum of 5% water. With conventional fire systems limited water is directed at the fire effectively, the remainder floods the surroundings, causing post-fire damages, whereas mist evaporates in the fire at 100%, because of the vast evaporation surface, depending on the dispersion degree.

I-Cat Vehicle Suppression Systems

The TRT-VPS-FM System makes use of T-Rotor Technology This technology is currently the leading misting technology internationally. Extinguishing all classes of fires by using Foam Mist as the agent. The system creates a fine atomised mist, charged with kinetic energy to penetrate the heat radiation caused by a fire. It does gradual cooling without causing thermal shock to the equipment. Telesolv foaming agent is added to the system to prevent any B class fire from spreading when fuel lines or hydraulic lines rupture, causing equipment fires.

I-Cat I-Protect Suppression Systems

Electrical malfunction and auto-ignition of combustible materials attributable to exposed heat are known to be two of the most common causes of fires. The electrical equipment most frequently involved in ignition are electrical wiring, panel boards and switch boards, transformers, generators, lighting, heaters, tills and cords or plugs. The most significant aspect of preventing electrical fires or combustion fires in confined spaces is early detection in order to not only mitigate the risk of injuries and fatalities, but also to minimise equipment damage as far as reasonably practical. Due to the restricted and congested nature of small enclosures/rooms containing electrical equipment or ignition sources, early detection of ignition or flames is difficult and unlikely.

The I-PROTECT low pressure automatic fire suppression system is a direct, quick response system. The system consists of fire detection tubing, pressurised with a fire extinguishing agent from a fire suppression cylinder. The tubing ruptures when exposed to specific elevated temperatures and then suppresses the source of the fire almost immediately.


Typical applications of the I-PROTECT system include, but are not limited to the following: Server racks and rooms, UPS racks, Battery charging bays, Electrical distribution boards, PLC’s, Transformer units, Generators, Engine bays, Compressors, Switchgear, Any enclosure containing high-value electrical and electronic equipment.


Minimal to no collateral property damage. The I-PROTECT low-pressure automatic fire suppression system will ensure: Minimal to no property damage due to the fire detection tube having a high sensitivity to temperature changes. High system reliability due to the its pure pneumatic functionality and independence from a power source. A decrease in the number of false alarms. Protection of high-risk components in constricted/confined spaces as a result of the flexible nature of the fire detection tubing. A safer working environment for personnel because of the low-pressure system design. Lower installation and servicing costs because of the functional simplicity of the system.

Heat Detection

To detect and alarm installed fire suppression systems instantaneous.

Fire Alarm Suppression Systems

I-cat foam and mist suppression, I-cat auto fire suppression, panelled detection with alarm and more, for sensitive areas like computer facilities and confined spaces.

Suppression Systems

I-cat foam and mist suppression, I-cat auto fire suppression, I-cat vehicle suppression and more, for sensitive areas like computer facilities and confined spaces.

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