NAFFCO, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of life safety solutions recently attended the Windows, Doors, and Façade Event, held at the World Trade Centre in Dubai. Gulf Fire
Moving and handling individuals, particularly plus size individuals, is becoming an ever more common situation, presenting a challenge for those working in the emergency services. The ProMove Bari-kit was developed
Mankind often takes electricity for granted. For all the benefits it undoubtedly provides, its use comes at a cost as virtually everything which uses electricity as a source of supply
Fike Corporation recently launched the DuraQuench pumped water mist system to respond to a growing market demand for simple, cost effective and environmentally friendly fire suppression systems. DuraQuench is designed
Many modern products are constructed from a variety of constituents ranging from natural to synthetic elements. The vast number of potential combinations of wood, ceramic, metal, paper, leather, plastics and
Almost all Life Safety & Fire Fighting systems depend on the reliable function of electric cables during emergency. If these essential cables fail during a fire event, the critical equipment
In the aftermath of a fire, once the police have ruled out foul play, fire scene investigators are often called in by insurers to help them understand the events surrounding
The Panama Canal is among the Seven Modern Wonders of the World, with about 14,000 cargo ships passing through its locks each year. In 2016, this “Colossal Wonder” grew as
Tenability criteria for smoke control system in public buildings has become relatively standard in the fire protection industry. Prisons and enclosed amusement rides are unique occupancies which have increasingly been
The 2017 revision of the UAE Fire & Life Safety Code has reinforced the importance of fire safety across the built environment from a design, construction and operational perspective. The
As a largely misunderstood firefighting tactic, the use of foam has at times been confusing to the fire service. The result is that many municipal brigades/departments have avoided the use of
Offensive fire attack, or transitional attack, is an increasingly technique used in Fire Services around the world with some differences based on the degree of training and the equipment used.
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