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Fire Detection - Fire Fighting

A fire detection system is a group of electronic devices designed to detect a fire, smoke, or gas source on time and to provide an audible, visual, and immediate distant alarm signal. An integrated fire detection system consists of the central control panel, fire, smoke, and gas detection components, signaling devices and in some cases automatic fire extinguishers and door restraints for fire doors.To fully meet the needs of customers, our company has reliable systems for small and medium installations where it proposes the so-called conventional systems and for medium and large installations addressable systems.


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Conventional Fire Detection

Conventional fire detection systems are the ones used in most installations. The philosophy of the conventional system focuses on dividing the building into areas called zones, each zone includes detectors and fire alarm buttons.

Conventional panels consist of zones according to the coverage needs, each zone can have up to 20 control points such as detectors, buttons and in case of alarm activation the panel displays an indication from the respective zone. The detector or the activated button has an LED indicator that lights up and stays on until the zone is reset from the panel.

Conventional fire detection systems are recommended for small and medium installations and are an affordable and economical solution.

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Addressable Fire Detection

Addressable systems do not have the limitations of conventional systems, a panel has loops, each loop can accept up to 125 devices, detectors, buttons, sirens, etc.

Each device has an identifier an address that is programmed into the device during installation, we can create alarm zones by simply adding the addresses of the control points of a space in a group.

In case of alarm activation, the panel that has two-way communication with our devices gives us the zone and the exact address (point recognition), this results in having the alarm event point immediately.

The panel also checks if each device is working properly and the situation regarding the time, we need to do maintenance (eg cleaning), there are also hybrid detectors with more sensors (smoke, gas temperature, etc.) and allows us to sensitivity and combination of sensors we want to activate the alarm.

Addressable systems are ideal for medium, large and demanding installations.


Fire Extinguishing Systems

Flexible, efficient and effective fire suppression systems with national and international certifications and standards. FirePro's fire extinguishing systems are based on many years of testing and research always with dedication to people and the environment.

These are modular and pre-engineered condensed aerosol generators. They use the latest generation FPC solid compound.


The FPC is converted into a rapidly expanding concentrated fire suppression aerosol, which is delivered uniformly into the protected enclosure using the momentum developed during the conversion process. The fire is extinguished mainly by stopping the chemical chain reactions in the flame, without reducing the oxygen in the room.


Firepro technology uses environmentally friendly potassium salts without the presence of pyrotechnic elements.

The systems are designed in strict compliance with all relevant international standards and carry all the appropriate certifications.



Huge space saver. • Low weight loads. • Low maintenance costs. • Easy installation in new and/or renovation projects. • Easy connection to conventional fire detection and extinguishing systems. • Complete coverage of small areas at the source of the fire for extinguishment. • Easy to carry. • No complicated piping and/or nozzles required. • There are no restrictions due to overpressure. • Operating temperature: from -50ºC to 250ºC, up to 98% humidity.


Multiple applications

Electrical Panels • Electrical Substations Engine Rooms • Control Rooms • Cabling Ducts Generator Areas • Warehouses and Archives • Telecommunications Substations Vehicles • Railways • Marine Vessels, Yachts and Yachts