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Honeywell's Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology (FAAST) can help transportation facilities overcome traditional fire detection issues by removing false alarms, enhancing safety and reducing maintenance. Transportation facilities such as underground stations and depots present some of the most challenging fire detection environments; high levels of brake dust, combined with environmental fluctuations make most fire detection methods prone to costly and disruptive false alarms. High footfalls and long network operational hours demand solutions that offer both the earliest, most accurate fire detection and simplified maintenance. Remote system monitoring and diagnostics are also essential in allowing issues to be rectified before they become a reality. Tim Checketts, Business Development Manager for Honeywell Fire Safety, explains how transportation facilities can overcome fire detection issues through the application of new, advanced aspiration smoke detection (ASD) detection technologies:“Its inherent design — featuring a monitoring device and a sampling pipe network — makes ASD technology more effective than contemporary detection methods, but many systems are still prone to false alarms in high dust/dirt environments. FAAST redefines the concept of ASD with ground-breaking filtration techniques, which distinguish smoke from all other particulates, removing false alarms; FAAST is proven in leading underground station networks globally as well harsh environments like heavy industrial, recycling plants, tobacco processing and power generation. Environmental fluctuation is also no issue for FAAST; the device features an innovative Acclimate Mode, which allows the unit to continuously adjust to changes in the environment." Checketts adds: “FAAST provides the earliest and most accurate fire detection available and another key benefit is that FAAST only requires 25 percent of the maintenance of comparable solutions. FAAST is also optimized for flexible system integration with MODBUS and features advanced remote configuration, monitoring and diagnostics with automatic status updates delivered via email to smart phones or mobile devices).”
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