Solution Details

Shopping Malls & Commercial Complexes

Commercial facilities involve the display and selling of wide variety of goods and services. These facilities are usually categorized by sizes as it reflects the anticipated contents of displayed goods and quantity of occupants in such facilities. One of the major challenges of commercial facilities is the unfamiliarity of the occupants with the surrounding environment. Another challenge is the relatively long heights in some facilities. Moreover, the commercial area may be a part of a mixed use facility. Commonly large commercial facilities are protected with sprinkler system, standpipe system and fire extinguishers as well as fire alarm system. Mass notification has a significant importance in such case due to the presence of large quantity of occupants.  
Examples of Commercial Facilities:

  1. Hypermarkets
  2. Shopping Malls
Hazards Solutions
Initial Fire Control Operations SCOUT: Hand-Held Fire Extinguishers ,Dry Chemical Powder ,Stored Pressure Operated ,Low Hazard  
PHOENIX: Hand-Held Fire Extinguishers ,Dry Chemical Powder ,Stored Pressure Operated  ,Medium Hazard 
Sigma 5 :Hand-Held Fire Extinguishers ,Carbon Dioxide 
Polymer Fire Cabinets ( 1" Hose Reel): Fire Cabinets, Reels, and Racks  
Steel Fire Cabinets ( 1" Hose Reel) :Fire Cabinets, Reels, and Racks 
Malls and Hyper Markets Sprinkler & Private Fire Service Mains Systems :Fire-Fighting Systems,Water Based Systems 
Steel Fire Cabinets :Fire Cabinets, Reels, and Racks 
Stainless Steel Fire Cabinets :Fire Cabinets, Reels, and Racks
Addressable Fire Alarm Systems :Fire Alarm, Mass Notification & Evacuation Systems 
Open Graphic Navigator: Fire Alarm, Mass Notification & Evacuation Systems     
Shops Conventional Fire Alarm Systems: Fire Alarm, Mass Notification & Evacuation Systems  
Control Room Clean Agent Systems Fire-Fighting Systems    
Generator and Transformers Rooms Carbon Dioxide Systems :Fire-Fighting Systems 
Foam Systems :Fire-Fighting Systems ,Water Based Systems 
Electric Distribution Panels Fire Search CO2 Direct and Indirect: Fire-Fighting Systems ,Pre-Engineered Systems ,Electrical Enclosures & Engine Compartments Systems