Flying Fox Underground Deluge System

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PROJECT AT A GLANCE

PROJECT TYPE:
Metal Mine
Eigentümer:

Western Areas

Engineer:

Firesafe United Group

Beauftragte Firma:

CPC Engineering

Rohrmaterial:

Galvanized Steel

Rohrgröße:

1/2 – 4"

Ort:

Goldfields, Western Australia

Solutions:

  • Ease & Speed of Installation
  • Qualität
  • On-site training

Mine magazines – underground storerooms for explosives and other equipment – are extremely sensitive and volatile areas in a mine that require coverage from a reliable, fully-functioning fire protection system. Historically, these systems required site personnel to be in close proximity to the fire hazard in order to manually activate the sprinkler system. With the development and availability of automatic sprinkler system technology, personnel no longer need to put themselves in harm’s way to manually trip the system.

Flying Fox was one of many mines making the switch from manually operated fire protection systems to automatic. Located in Western Australia’s Goldfields, Flying Fox mine is the first to use Victaulic automatic deluge systems in the underground magazine. By providing unparalleled quality and the fastest trip time on the market, Victaulic Series 769 FireLock NXT deluge systems ensured quick detection of hazards, the highest water coverage available, and an automatic reset feature so your system is always in service. Simplified trim configurations allowed for fast and easy installation and on-site training ensured proper installation of the system.

AT A GLANCE

PROJECT TYPE:
Metal Mine
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Eigentümer:

Western Areas

Engineer:

Firesafe United Group

Rohrmaterial:

Galvanized Steel

Ort:

Goldfields, Western Australia

Beauftragte Firma:

CPC Engineering

Rohrgröße:

1/2 – 4"

Solutions:

  • Ease & Speed of Installation
  • Qualität
  • On-site training

Mine magazines – underground storerooms for explosives and other equipment – are extremely sensitive and volatile areas in a mine that require coverage from a reliable, fully-functioning fire protection system. Historically, these systems required site personnel to be in close proximity to the fire hazard in order to manually activate the sprinkler system. With the development and availability of automatic sprinkler system technology, personnel no longer need to put themselves in harm’s way to manually trip the system.

Flying Fox was one of many mines making the switch from manually operated fire protection systems to automatic. Located in Western Australia’s Goldfields, Flying Fox mine is the first to use Victaulic automatic deluge systems in the underground magazine. By providing unparalleled quality and the fastest trip time on the market, Victaulic Series 769 FireLock NXT deluge systems ensured quick detection of hazards, the highest water coverage available, and an automatic reset feature so your system is always in service. Simplified trim configurations allowed for fast and easy installation and on-site training ensured proper installation of the system.