Preventive fire protection in building installation

Especially in the field of industrial and building systems, fault currents in building installations, in technical systems or in machinery itself are the most common cause of fire.

What is the reason for this?

Inadequate insulation due to mechanical damage of power supply cables or brittle insulation of devices and lamps due to constant heating result in insulation faults which are one of the most common fire sources. But also low insulation resistance as a result of humidity and dirt increases the risk of fire. The consequences of insulation faults are serious. They not only imply an increased fire hazard, which poses a considerable danger to people, the environment and property values. Expensive system downtimes, data loss and disturbances in computer systems and communications equipment as well as unplanned and expensive maintenance work are further consequences of insulation faults.

Consequences without fire protection