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Automatic Fire Detection And Fire Extinguishing In Cabinets

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#1 mariomaggi


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Posted 03 August 2020 - 10:13 AM


I'm suggesting to install automatic smoke and fire detection and fire extinguishing systems, specially designed for installation in the highest part, inside electrical cabinets. 

They are particularly useful in these cases: 


- when the cost of devices in the cabinet are high (example: grid simulators, servers, HILs, etc.) 




- when the ambient is an unique and precious environment (i.e.: Louvre Museum, Cappella Sistina, Forbidden City, British Museum, etc.) 


All the best!





(Mark, I'd no problem to publish this post using Chrome) 

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