Smoke Exhaust Button can be combined with a smoke exhaust port and smoke exhaust damper (manual/motor return).The operation and return during maintenance can be operated by raising the acrylic plate without removing the panel. A standard switch box can be used for the stay box. In exposed type the main body is mounted on the wall as it is.
Export: Philipine, Indonesia
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: A smoke exhaust button what is it?
A: A device that is frequently put in buildings or other enclosed places to control the ventilation system during fire emergencies is a smoke exhaust button. It is intended for manual activation of the smoke exhaust system, which aids in the evacuation process by removing heat and smoke from the afflicted area to increase visibility.
Q: What does a button for electric smoke exhaust mean?
A: A smoke exhaust button that uses an electrical system is referred to as being of the electric kind. It is intended to send an electrical signal when pressed, activating the system and starting the smoke extraction process. It is attached to the building's smoke exhaust system.
Q: Why would I require a button for the exposed smoke exhaust?
A: In situations where it must be immediately found during crises, an exposed smoke exhaust button is often put in a conspicuous and convenient location. The button is exposed, ensuring that users can quickly find and use it to turn on the smoke exhaust system as necessary.
Q: What is the mechanism of an exposed smoke exhaust button?
A: A visible button or switch attached to the building's smoke exhaust control panel or system normally makes up an exposed smoke exhaust button. The smoke exhaust system is set to operate when the switch or button is pressed, which transmits an electrical signal to the control panel. After that, the system starts the ventilation fans, opens the dampers, and turns on other necessary machinery to remove smoke from the afflicted area.
Q: Where are exposed smoke exhaust button installations most common?
A: In high-traffic parts of buildings, such as lobbies, corridors, and stairwells, exposed smoke exhaust buttons are typically installed. They are positioned so that anyone can immediately start the smoke exhaust system in an emergency and are visible and easy to find.