Is A Fire And Smoke Damper Essential?

July 2, 2020 8:15 am Published by

What are Fire Dampers? They are a part of the design of HVAC ductwork and acts as barriers, at various points in the unit, for smoke and fire. Hence, the inclusion of a fire and smoke damper in HVAC units becomes crucial.

Motorized fire dampers hamper the spread of smoke and fire across ventilation ducts. The dampers function with the help of actuators. Heat detector signals, fire alarms or even some other building control system can be made to control these dampers. Motorized dampers regulate the flow of air inside an air handling equipment. The design of dampers is such that the protective closing reduces the wear and tear on the damper mechanism and also the stress on the air duct system.

Fire and smoke dampers are used in HVAC units for residential, commercial or industrial buildings.

Motorized fire and smoke dampers can effectively isolate fire zones and prevent fires from spreading. They can be remotely monitored and serviced by connecting them to a central control.

The fire and smoke dampers are an essential part of an HVAC unit. They are considered as an integral part of fire fighting equipment.

It is necessary to install them then? Yes. It is very important to install fire and smoke dampers. These products should be sourced from certified and reliable company. KAD Air conditioning one of the certified companies for fire and smoke dampers in the UAE. The Company manufactures various types of fire and smoke dampers which complies with UL555 & UL555S standard with 1 1/2 Hrs. fire rating with static and dynamic system.

KAD Air Conditioning is ISO certified company for manufacturing its product which comes with best quality. The company has a large team of experts (Engineers, Technical staff, Sales and Customer Care executives) who ensures that the clients get the best products, the highest level of services and timely deliveries.

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