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© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Drive Your Business Forward Ignite the Power of New Products and Partnerships Siemens Fire Partner Summit
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Sinorix updates Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Cerberus Pro Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Cerberus Pro Capable of 2 Independent Releasing Zones Can be used for the following types of suppression Clean Agents All devices must be on the local panel Pre-Action Single and Double Interlock Deluge Foam Open Architecture Programming
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Cerberus Pro Releasing Module Maintenance Bypass switches that meet the NFPA 2001 requirement without extra hardware
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Detection technologies Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Detection technologies OOH941 Smoke Detector Combined Dual Optical and Heat Technology Replaces the need for Ionization Smoke Detectors Sensitivity ranges that qualify for "High Sensitivity Smoke Detector" status in NFPA 76 Telecommunication Profile (Required for NFPA 76) Incipient Profile which is a High Sensitivity Profile
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / UL portfolio today HFP-11 HFPT-1 HFPO-11 (FS-250) Small to Mid Markets OOHC941 Advanced features Standard features OOH941 OH921 HI921 OP921 Detection technologies
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Sinorix 1230 Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Sinorix 1230 All UL listings and FM approvals have been completed Manufacturing capabilities are at 100% Agent availability is good Most orders shipping in 10 business days
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Sinorix 227 Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / Sinorix 227 availability We are in a VERY GOOD position with HFC-227ea availability. Siemens' Global purchasing power has help us to secure additional agent At this time we believe we will have enough agent supply to meet your needs for all of 2012 There could be some slight delays depending on usage and delivery schedules but we do not expect this to be a significant problem
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / NFPA 2001 updates Cerberus Pro and Releasing New Detection – Highlights for Releasing Sinorix 1230 Sinorix 227 Supply NFPA 2001 – 2012 Edition
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / NFPA-2001 changes Design Concentrations have changed on all agents Class A HFC-227ea is now 6.7% NOVEC 1230 is now 4.5% Class C HFC-227ea is now 7% NOVEC 1230 is now 4.7% The Class C value above has a limitation All applications with a voltage 480VAC and below can utilize the values above Additional concentration testing will be required to protect facilities with voltages over 480VAC We are recommending using the Class C Value for all projects with 480VAC or less
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / NFPA-2001 changes Chapter 4 Section Control Equipment Removal of an electric actuator from the agent storage container discharge valve that it controls shall result in an audible and visual indication of system impairment at the system releasing control panel Paragraph shall become effective January 1, 2016 Chapter 5 Section Where a clean agent total flooding system is being provided for the protection of a room with a raised or sunken floor, the room and raised or sunken floor shall be simultaneously protected * If only the space under the raised floor is to be protected by a total flooding system, an inert gas shall be used to protect that space Each volume, room, and raised or sunken floor to be protected shall be provided with detectors, piping network, and nozzle
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / NFPA-2001 changes Chapter 5 Section 5.6 5.6 Duration of Protection. A minimum concentration of 85 percent of the adjusted minimum design concentration shall be held at the highest level of combustibles for a minimum period of 10 minutes or for a time period to allow for response by trained personnel It is important that the adjusted minimum design concentration of agent not only shall be achieved but also shall be maintained for the specified period of time to allow effective emergency action by trained personnel Section 5.7 For inert gas agents, the discharge time required to achieve 95 percent of the minimum design concentration for flame extinguishment shall not exceed 60 seconds for Class B fuel hazards, 120 seconds for Class A surface fire hazards or Class C hazards, or as otherwise required by the authority having jurisdiction
© Siemens Industry, Inc Confidential / NFPA-2001 changes Chapter 7 Section 7.4 7.4 Enclosure Inspection. Other than as identified in 7.4.1, the enclosure protected by the clean agent shall be thoroughly inspected at least every 12 months to determine if penetrations have occurred that could lead to agent leakage, if other changes have occurred that could change volume of hazard, or both. Where the inspection indicates conditions that could result in the inability of the enclosure to maintain the clean agent concentration, the conditions shall be corrected. If uncertainty still exists, the enclosure shall be retested for integrity in accordance with
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