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  • FSIB - Bulletin No 4
    not the shiny metal plate We believe the entire roof structure is covered when only half of it is Please ensure your technicians test the beam detector AT the reflective plate not at the transmitter The second problem encountered is that the SANS standard calls for the smoke beam to be no more than 600mm away from the apex of the roof How is this possible if the structural beam is 300mm deep and we require a 500mm clearance When assessing any building for beams make sure that your beam is within 600mm of the roof and that it has a 500mm clearance from any obstruction If the building is over 10 5 mtr high and you cannot be within the two above parameters you have only one choice Aspiration Stand by for the next Bulletin Gas actuation Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC FIRE CONTRACTOR LISTINGS FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING COURSES GAIN APPROVAL HARD DISKS CRASH DURING GAS DISCHARGE DESIGN DESK INSPECTION UPDATE 2015 FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING WELCOMES SHANE NEFDT Bulletin No 8 Further reading BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS Bulletin No 1 Bulletin No 2 Bulletin No 3 Bulletin No 4 Bulletin

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/79-bulletin-no-4 (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Bulletin No 5
    as PVC type Pipe is to be 25mm diameter Installation Sampling pipes must be installed within 600mm of the top of the roof This presents a problem in South Africa for pipes installed against tin roofs ABS pipe expands by 0 1 with every 10ºC and with the high temperatures arising inside South African roofs the ABS pipes end up bowing and sagging Fixings Xtralis state that aspiration pipes should be supported every 1500mm which is fine on internal ceilings but has to be re considered with the South African conditions We propose that all sampling pipe installed against tin roof sheeting be supported every 500 mm to avoid this unsightly bowing of the pipe Rather put close fixings in the first time than receive client complaints of sagging pipes and have to return to install more fixings Stand by for the next Bulletin Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC FIRE CONTRACTOR LISTINGS FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING COURSES GAIN APPROVAL HARD DISKS CRASH DURING GAS DISCHARGE DESIGN DESK INSPECTION UPDATE 2015 FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING WELCOMES SHANE NEFDT Bulletin No 8 Further reading BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS Bulletin No 1 Bulletin No 2 Bulletin

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/80-bulletin-no-5 (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Bulletin No 6
    Edition 3 2 8 16 2 2 c Any system being installed with this panel or any other panel with no LED zone indicators will be recorded as non compliant by the FSIB Stand by for the next Bulletin Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC FIRE CONTRACTOR LISTINGS FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING COURSES GAIN APPROVAL HARD DISKS CRASH DURING GAS DISCHARGE DESIGN

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/88-bulletin-no-6 (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Bulletin No 7
    E2 or E3 Hotel Dormitory Hospital Residential Care Home irrespective of height or floor area shall be equipped with a fire detection system and alarm system that is designed installed and maintained by competent persons in accordance with SANS 10139 4 31 3 Any occupancy classified as A1 A2 C1 C2 or F1 Place of Entertainment Public Assembly Theatre Indoor Sports Centre Exhibition Hall Museum Large shop shall have a manually activated visual and audible alarm system that is designed installed and maintained by competent persons in accordance with SANS 10139 That is the extent of the legal requirement but other factors can influence the installation of a fire detection system i e Fire Department They are the authority having jurisdiction Results of a fire risk assessment Requirements of the insurers Building owner wishing to protect his assets or staff Stand by for the next Bulletin Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC FIRE CONTRACTOR LISTINGS FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING COURSES GAIN APPROVAL HARD DISKS CRASH DURING GAS DISCHARGE DESIGN DESK INSPECTION UPDATE 2015 FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING WELCOMES SHANE NEFDT Bulletin No 8 Further reading BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS Bulletin No 1 Bulletin No

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/89-bulletin-no-7 (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - FSIB FIRE SYSTEMS WINS FDIA AWARD
    Keith thanked all FDIA members for their support during 2011 Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC FIRE CONTRACTOR LISTINGS FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING COURSES GAIN APPROVAL HARD DISKS CRASH DURING GAS DISCHARGE DESIGN DESK INSPECTION UPDATE 2015 FIRE SYSTEMS TRAINING WELCOMES SHANE NEFDT Bulletin No 8 Further reading BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS Bulletin No 1 Bulletin No 2 Bulletin No 3 Bulletin No

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/86-fsib-fire-systems-wins-fdia-award (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Manager's Feedback 2011
    to be the biggest in the industry have a lot to answer for Now they re the biggest we call upon them to try and achieve the best If they claim to be industry leaders they should prove it in the quality of the work produced not the quantity The most disturbing is the gaseous system installations where quality products are being thrown in with little thought to the quality of installation the dangers of poorly installed systems and the damage that can be caused by malfunctioning systems The gas system suppliers are as concerned as anybody as their products are being brought into question There is a great need for more intense product training by gas system suppliers and a need to ensure that the people they sell product to fully understand the installation requirements and dangers of the products they supply The FSIB will pursue the possibility of compulsory 3rd party system inspections of all new gas installations Some of the better installations are being conducted by the smaller guys who pay more attention to detail and are possibly trying to establish a name We commend the work of IBR Fire GenTech Services Minerva Technologies Modular Communications to name but a few Keep up the good work guys With the FDIA calling for compulsory inspections of members it will go a long way in uplifting the fire detection and gaseous extinguishing industries We offer special word of thanks to the Insurance Industry for all their support during 2011 the majority of inspections were called for by the insurance industry It is the Insurance industry that has put the FSIB on the map A final word for 2012 is more intense pressure for 3rd party inspections a move to widen the scope of FSIB Fire Systems and a call

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/75-managers-feedback-2011 (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Save The Aged Project
    to help their children to have as normal a life as possible including training development socialization and the all important opportunity to make friends The Hamlet s first home was established in 1954 in a house in Bertrams Johannesburg It progressed to a house in Parktown a school building in Turffontein and to the property now in Regents Park Adults in the residential centre currently totals 43 and in a protective workshop currently 140 adults are provided with work opportunities The Hamlet today is totally multi racial actually reflecting the demographics of the country They are accessible to the previously disadvantaged communities as bus routes extend to Soweto Katlehong and Tokoza There are 5 hostel units housing these unfortunate people with no form of fire detection and protection in place The FSIB made a call to industry for donation of equipment and installers to help this necessary cause The response was fantastic with many companies coming to the fore with help This project was completed at the end of 2011 and a formal handover of the system to the staff will occur during February 2012 Latest Bulletins TECHNICAL TIT BIT BAD NEWS INSTALLATIONS INDUSTRY BODIES ALL CHANGE AT THE SAQCC

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/bulletins/87-save-the-aged-project (2016-04-26)
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  • FSIB - Keith Norgate
    the establishment and amending of fire standards used throughout South Africa Born 3 July 1950 England PROFESSION Design Engineer Training Officer Fire system inspector EXPERIENCE 20 years experience in the fire detection and gaseous extinguishing market areas Owner FSIB Fire Systems CC current Director Sensor Technologies 1993 2007 Sales Director Protech Control System 1991 1993 Marketing Manager Remtek 1989 1991 Systems Engineer Westinghouse Bellambie 1986 1989 EDUCATION N4 Electronics City

    Original URL path: http://www.fsib.co.za/index.php/contact/9-company-profile/77-cv-k-norgate (2016-04-26)
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