Enforcer Robot

Aid in the extinguishment of class A, B, C, D, and K fires

RECOMMENDED USE IN:

Extinguisher robots Extinguisher museums Extinguisher audience

DESCRIPTION

Automatic fire-fighting cannon system. We can use ENFORCE ROBOT as fire protection equipment in all types of industries, shops, warehouses, groceries, departmental and self-service stores, office buildings and houses, among others.

AUTOMATIC MONITORING AND FIRE FIGHTING CANNON POSITIONING

  • Structure and monitor of the Automatic fire-fighting cannon
  • Starting detection components (UV sensor)
  • Positioning detection components (IR sensor)
  • Control module used to collect the signal, to communicate with control box on site, control of electric motors
  • Signal decoding box, Power for cannon DC24V, RS485 connection, ground wires, video cables and other terminals
  • Water resistant bullet camera (optional)

ZX-SK30 CONTROL PANEL SITE

  • Power control for Cannon (AC220V), and electrical drive valve/magnetic valve (DC24V)
  • Manual control of the cannon positioning, gate valve, pump opening, stop button, automatic-manual switch
  • Communication with the cannon via RS485 bus
  • Communication with the central control host via CAN bus
  • Light output and alarm tone (optional)

CENTRAL CONTROL HOST

  • Control Panel Desktop
  • Power control panel
  • Centralized control panel
  • 17-inch liquid crystal display (optional)
  • Video recorder with integrated digital disc

Note: It is necessary to set this recorder according to the real project

WATER-TESTING EQUIPMENT

  • Tests the water pressure and flow of the most unfavorable point in the fire prevention division
  • Fire alarm test, fire prevention function in the network
  • The whole system includes UV detection components and power switch box, irrigation components (including magnetic valve and spray nozzle)

WATER-TESTING EQUIPMENT

  • Magnetic valve: DN50;
  • Electronic operation valve: DN50


PRODUCT USE

Thanks to the FireAde 2000 firewall foam, the ENFORCEROBOT extinguishes all types of fires:

  • Class A: wood, paper, cotton, straw, coal, tires, plastic, and brush
  • Class B: fuel, diesel, methanol, alcohol, and solvents
  • Class C: (with demineralized water) for energized electrical systems or equipment
  • Class D: flammable metals (sodium, magnesium, potassium, among others)
  • Class K: edible animal and vegetable oil, fats

Useful in museums, theater e industries