Introduction to Active & Passive Fire Protection Systems Engineering & Design


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Introduction to Active & Passive Fire Protection Systems Engineering & Design

Date March 17, 2024 2:00 pm
Time 02H,00M
Where Webinar
For further information +971 2 6349815 info@velosiaims.com

Velosi is conducting a Free Webinar on “Introduction to Active & Passive Fire Protection Systems Engineering & Design” on Sunday, 17th March 2024, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm GST.

Learning Objectives:

The basic objective of fire protection is to limit or prevent the escalation of a fire, to avoid risk to life and to minimize material damage. Fire protection strategy often incorporates a combination of active and passive fire protection measures.

An Active Fire Protection (AFP) system is a dormant system that requires to be activated to perform its function (e.g. water deluge systems, sprinkler & foam systems). A Passive Fire Protection (PFP) system uses fire resistance and compartmentalization to slow the spread or effects of a fire.

In this webinar, a practical case study will be presented covering key design principles of various active and passive fire protection systems:

  • NFPA standards family introduction
  • Water Deluge & Sprinkler System Design
  • Gaseous Flooding System Design
  • Foam System Design
  • Passive Fire Protection System Design

Who should attend?

  • Fire Protection, Design, Process Engineers/Managers

Certificate of Training

  • The certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the webinar.

From: March 17, 2024 2:00 pm

To: March 17, 2024 4:00 pm

Status: Completed

Type: Webinar

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