Fire Damper is very functional and find usage in smoke extraction ducting system. Our offered damper generally helps in preventing fire penetration before temperature reach the fire rating level of the barrier itself. Fire Damper is generally installed in or near the wall or floor, at the point of duct penetration. This fire damper is fully welded to ensure sturdy construction for a rattle free operation. We have several specification option for this fire damper and available within given time frame.When the temperature inside the duct rises due to the spread of the fire, the thermal fuse operates and closes instantly due to the internal spring force.
Export: Philippine, Indonesia
A: To stop fire and smoke from spreading via ductwork, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are equipped with fire dampers. It is made to automatically close when smoke or high temperatures are detected, sealing off the ducts and preventing the spread of fire and smoke to other areas of the building.
A: The fusible link or thermal element in fire dampers normally melts at a specified temperature, which is often approximately 165F or 74C. These devices are mounted in ducts. High temperatures that cause the link or thermal element to melt also cause the damper blades to close, cutting off airflow and sealing the ducts to stop the spread of fire and smoke.
A: In HVAC ducting that extends through fire-rated walls, floors, or partitions in buildings, fire dampers are frequently fitted. They are positioned there to protect the integrity of the fire-rated barriers when the ducts pass through them. Commercial buildings, medical facilities, educational institutions, lodging facilities, and other structures where fire safety is important all include fire dampers.
A: Yes, building laws and regulations frequently mandate the use of fire dampers. Depending on the jurisdiction and the type of building, the specific regulations could change. The areas where fire dampers must be installed, their fire resistance rating, and the testing requirements they must meet are frequently outlined in building regulations.
A: Yes, in order to ensure effective operation, fire dampers need to be maintained regularly. Regarding the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire dampers, it is crucial to adhere to the manufacturers instructions as well as any applicable laws. Periodic inspections, testing the damper's functionality, and cleaning to remove any debris that can impede the damper blades are all examples of maintenance tasks.