Understand how modern automatic fire alarm panels and control indicating equipment operates and what they do.
Pertronic Industries developed its first automatic fire panel in 1986, and has since continued to research and develop fire detection technologies at its factory in Lower Hutt.
The fire detection industry is a modern and advancing sector, and many of the networking, remote monitoring and diagnostic utilities, including business management systems and paging systems can be seen at Pertronic Industries.
- Principles of smoke detection technology
- Fire Map: Graphical PC based displays for building fire alarm systems
- Review of the New Zealand Standard for Fire Detection and Alarm Systems (NZS4512:2010)
- Overview of Conventional fire detection systems
- Overview of Analogue Addressable fire detection systems
- Overview of Aspirating Smoke Detector technology
Uniform: Smart casual
This Field Day will start at 08:30 and conclude at 13:15 with lunch
$30 per participant—this includes lunch
17 Eastern Hutt Road, Taita, Lower Hutt
This Field Day is limited to 24 participants. Because of the limited number of places available, you acknowledge, that by registering for this event, you will be liable for the costs of attending.