Fire protection

Fire protection can be either passive or active. Passive fire protection is designed to prevent failure of equipment or structures by protecting them from the heat of a fire. Active fire protection is designed to limit the spread and minimise the effect of a fire. It may use water, carbon dioxide or other gaseous extinguishing systems.

Gillian Simpson
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