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iMist helps FPA laboratory gain UKAS accreditation and undertakes testing into further system applications

iMist, one of many UK’s foremost suppliers of high-pressure water-mist fire-suppression methods, has worked with main trade body the Fire Protection Association (FPA), to assist it gain UKAS accreditation for certainly one of its fire-testing laboratory facilities – turning into the primary and only test facility in the UK to hold this accreditation.
The fast-growing Hull-headquartered enterprise, which has developed its own vary of high-pressure water-mist fire-suppression techniques, assisted the FPA in gaining UKAS accreditation for its BS8458: 2015 Annex C hearth testing in Blockley, Gloucestershire, which is amongst the most comprehensive fire take a look at and research operations within the UK. IMist provided the FPA with its proprietary pumps, pipework, hoses, clips and nozzles in addition to the support of iMist’s skilled group.
The UKAS accreditation of the FPA’s BS 8458 Annex C fire testing marks another essential milestone in the improvement of water-mist methods within the UK.
Alex Pollard, operations director of iMist, feedback: ‘For over 75 years, the FPA has been at the forefront of fireside safety and we’re proud to have assisted them in reaching this revered third-party accreditation. It is an extra demonstration of the growing significance of high-pressure water-mist systems in tackling the current challenges dealing with the fire-suppression sector. Not solely do they use considerably much less water than traditional sprinkler systems, they are also simpler and quicker to install and, thereby, less expensive.’
As a part of its ongoing R&D product testing programme, iMist has also undertaken a collection of stay hearth testing on the FPA’s UKAS accredited laboratory, which has elevated the system’s applications, demonstrating that in addition to being installed within the cavity above the ceiling, the iMist system pipework can safely and effectively be installed under a plasterboard ceiling.
For the reside fireplace exams, the iMist nozzle was fed by each flexible and solid pipework operating beneath a standard plasterboard ceiling. In each of the exams, the gasoline load was ignited and the warmth from the fireplace triggered the bulb within the nozzle to burst, which activated the iMist high-pressure water-mist system, discharging the nice water-mist particles at high stress for half-hour. During this time, the temperatures at predetermined heights within the check cell were measured by thermocouples. At เกจวัดแรงดันสูง during any of the exams were any of the Annex C temperature limits breached and all the fires were successfully suppressed.
Timothy Andrews, iMist business growth director, added: ‘While hearth system pipework is usually put in in the cavity above a ceiling, in some properties, notably in older tower blocks, there are frequent issues around the potential break-up of asbestos hidden in ceiling supplies. Our latest indicative checks show that the housing industry can now explore another less disruptive and extremely effective option by installing a water-mist system below the existing ceiling. Given the rising must retrospectively fit fire-suppression techniques so as to meet the newest regulatory requirements and bring older housing stock up to present standards, that is great information for both landlords and builders.’
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