The fire suppression system
Years of hands-on experience in domestic fire protection and building construction have gone into the design of Halo.
The components of our system are robust and reliable, and manufactured to ISO 9001 quality standards:
Sprayhead / sensor
Each ceiling-mounted nozzle contains a temperature-sensitive bulb, which shatters – only, and without fail – when the ambient temperature reaches 57°C, activating the Halo system.
The Halo nozzle nearest the fire instantly emits a fine spray of water droplets over the area (up to 16m2 per nozzle).
Compact and discreet, the Halo nozzle slots into a standard downlight fitting (GU10).
Also manufactured to ISO 9001, in the UK, the Halo high-pressure pump runs off mains water at 12 ltrs/min and 140 bar.
A compact unit, the pump set can be located in a cupboard, basement or other discreet location.
Electrical power is provided by a standard 20Amp / 230V supply, separately fused, with a power failure alarm.
Once activated, the pump triggers an audible alarm independently of any smoke or fire alarms in the property.
As an option, an alert can also be relayed to a remote monitoring service or the property owner/manager.
Lightweight and flexible high-pressure hoses connect the nozzles and pump(s).
A priority demand valve ensures that mains water is dedicated to the Halo pump when it is activated.