Topic : Firetrace

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Firetrace announces family of UNECE R107-approved systems

Security and Safety | April 25, 2017

A significant development for the bus industry, this complete collection of systems affords manufacturers the flexibility they have been looking for in system placement.

Maximizing Passenger Safety with Fire Suppression Systems

Security and Safety | February 6, 2017

About two-thirds of all bus fires start in the engine compartment, according to researchers. Various types of suppression agents are used, including different sorts of dry chemical, water mist, foam, aerosol, gaseous agents, or sometimes combinations of those.

Security and Safety | May 12, 2015

A New Wave of Fire Suppression On Board Public Transportation Vehicles

New and improved systems help detect any signs of a fire, even before flames come into play. Better detection leads to a quicker and more efficient response to out-of-the-ordinary conditions with different modes of suppression, depending on the needs of the vehicle.

Accessibility| March 7, 2011

Fire Suppression System

FIRETRACE systems provide stand-alone automatic fire detection and suppression for bus and coach engine compartments, generators, electrical systems and heaters.

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