A manual call point is a device that allows personnel to trigger the fire alarm system by pushing a frangible element in the case of a fire. At a height of 1.4m above floor level, a fire alarm call point will be established in a visible and easily accessible location.
This device helps to give an alarm signal in the early stages of a fire so that appropriate action can be done to reduce the loss of life and property.
Services we provide :
1. Fire hydrant system
2. Fire suppression system - FM-200, CO2, Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems, Fire sprinklers
3. Fire alarm system - smoke detector, heat detector, Manual Call Point (MCP), hooter
4. Fire extinguishers - DCP (ABC) Stored Pressure Type, Carbon Dioxide Type, Stored Pressure Water Type, Stored Pressure M. Foam Type, Stored Pressure Clean Agent Type
5. Accessories: Burglar Alarm, Wall mounting brackets, hose belt, Trolley, etc
Advantages of Fire safety systems
Keeping Fires Under Control
Protecting the Environment
Easy to install and maintain
Result in Minimal Collateral Damage
Help in fast-acting
Require Minimal Clean-up and Leave No Residue
Why Bharat Vikas Networks
Talk to our expert and get the best device and service suitable for your need
Proper consultation and support ensuring your business runs smoothly without any disruption
One year warranty on the devices and the service
Cut down the operational costs and unwanted labor costs using our automation services.
Frequently asked questions
What Are Common Causes of Fires?
Cooking equipment, heating equipment, electrical and lighting equipment, smoking materials, and intentional fires. By knowing what may cause a commercial fire, your business can take proper precautions to prevent damage to your property.
How Many Fire Extinguishers Are Required on a Business Premise?
It depends on Factors that include: Size and layout of the room, Fire hazard level of the building, Presence of flammable liquids, Stairwells.
Can I view live and recorded video locally?
Yes. Onsite monitoring of both live and recorded video is possible.
Why Is a Fire Alarm System Important?
Fire alarms are important because they can give you an early signal to something that could be tragic – basically saving you and your family.
Do I Need Both a Fire Alarm and Fire Sprinklers?
Fire alarm and fire sprinklers are both vital pieces of fire protection equipment.
Fire alarm features smoke detectors to sense fire, pull stations for watchful people to set off the alarm, and strobe lights and horns to alert everyone in the building.
While fire sprinklers go straight to work putting out the fire. High heat sets off one sprinkler at a time to help minimize property damage.
What’s the cost of services?
Although this is the last question on the list, it’s sometimes the first question we are asked. Unlike most vendors, we welcome this query beforehand and we’re pleased to provide as much information as possible. From a rapid estimate to more detailed pricing based upon your specific requirements and specifications, all you have to do is “Contact Bharat Vikas Networks”
What happens if there is a power outage?
Security DVR/NVRs will come back on as soon as power is restored. However, we suggest an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) which provides a short period of backup power and also serves as a surge protection device. This ensures your video surveillance will still be online in the event someone cuts the power to break in unnoticed.
How Often Do I Need Fire Protection System Inspection and Testing?
It’s important to schedule inspection and testing services for your fire protection equipment once a year.
Which Fire Extinguisher Should I Use?
If flames break out in your home, office, or other building with ordinary combustible products, flammable liquids, and electrical wiring, a multipurpose ABC fire extinguisher is the proper tool. For cooking fires in commercial kitchens, a Class K extinguisher is needed to put out the fire and prevent it. Class D extinguishers are less common and are only used to fight fires that break out in chemical plants and industrial facilities with combustible metals onsite, such as sodium, potassium, titanium, and magnesium.