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Produc ts Thermal Imager NFPA Stamp of Approval Evacuation High-Rise Harness Emergency Escape System Avon’s argus Mi-TIC S is the world’s smallest thermal imager to feature a large format, high resolution display. The latest addition to Avon Protection’s argus thermal imaging range, the Mi-TIC S, has passed all the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements and is now certified compliant to the latest edition of NFPA 1801. The NFPA 1801:2013 standard specifies design, performance, testing and certification requirements for thermal imaging cameras used by the fire service during emergency incident operations. Avon’s argus Mi-TIC S is the world’s smallest thermal imager to feature a large format, high resolution display for advanced firefighting applications. The camera provides a crystal clear image with a superb dynamic range: users can clearly view extremely high temperatures up to 1,100 ºC (2,000 ºF) and at the same time see very low temperature objects, which is ideal for casualty searches. Weighing approximately 870 g (1 lb 15 oz) the argus Mi-TIC S is a small format thermal imager that can be easily and comfortably held in the palm of your hand. With a thumb operated green on/off button and superb start up time of 5 seconds, the argus Mi-TIC S is simple to use, and the enhanced feature set includes a laser pointer to aid communication and an electronic compass for greater scene awareness. www.avon-protection.com FeuerTRUTZ International 2.2016 25 Source: Avon Protection Designed for use in tall multistory buildings, the harness-based DoublExit Escape System acts as a life-saving means of escape during an emergency when existing exit routes are inaccessible or inoperative. DoublExit stresses that it is the only escape system in the world to be installed independently and fully self-contained in storage cabinets ready for use from inside the building. In the event of an emergency the harness allows for a controlled descent to safety via a window, balcony or other opening to the outside without the need for external assistance or any training. The DoublExit Escape System can be used repeatedly and is bidirectional to enable the con- The DoublExit Escape System can be installed independently and fully self-contained in storage cabinets. DoublExit Escape System provides escape and evacuation solutions from buildings during emergencies. Source: DoublExit sealing and insulation Easy to assemble System Solution for Walls and Ceilings Austroflex FIRE PROOF offers you fire sealing and insulation in one product as easy to assemble system solution for walls and ceilings. Tested are closed pipe systems or supply lines from flammable, non-combustible and metal composite pipes to 120 minutes fire resistance. Applications are structural and non structural solid walls, metal stud walls and ceiling of reinforced concrete or porous concrete, with a minimum thickness of 150 mm. Austroflex FIRE FLOC is a rock-mineralwool granulate with melting point > 1,000 °C , especially suitable for filling cavities and installation shafts with fire protection requirements. The transfer is done with EBD technology (blow-in-mineralwool technolgy ) to ensure optimal functionality. This technology meets the standards of fire, heat, smoke and noise protection. www.austroflex.com Austroflex FIRE FLOC is a rock-mineralwool granulate with melting point > 1,000 °C Source: AUSTROFLEX Rohr-Isoliersysteme GmbH tinuous evacuation of large numbers of people. For the same reasons it is mechanically operated and does not rely on any external power source. It can be installed in any type of building without the need for structural alterations, as well as incorporated during new build planning. DoublExit is approved for operation in buildings up to 150 meters in height and to carry weights between 30 and 150 kg. The cable is fire retardant and the system is capable of functioning in wet conditions. The special harness also makes the system suitable for the disabled. www.double-exit.com


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