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General Interest / Gas Analyzers
« Last post by rashishetty1 on Today at 08:56:04 AM »
Gas Analyzers 8000 is one of the most powerful gas analyzers you can buy. The combination of multi gas emission analysis, differential pressure and temperature measurement reduces service costs and ensure the safe operation of appliances.The analyzer is rugged, reliable and flexible. By choosing up to six out of a choice of nine gas sensors, it can be configured to meet specific monitoring requirement.

http://www.vasthi.com/gas-analyzers/
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General Interest / What is Water Analyzer?
« Last post by rashishetty1 on Today at 08:55:23 AM »
Water Analyzer adopts the pulse xenon lamp as light source and the ultraviolet optical fiber spectrometer as detector is capable for real-time gathering of absorption spectrum of water pollutants ranging from 200nm to 800nm and real-time analysis of the content of water pollutants by means of chemometric algorithm technology.

http://www.vasthi.com/water-analyzer/
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Community Fire Safety / Re: New homes missing fire safety barriers
« Last post by Owain on March 22, 2019, 09:17:31 AM »
None other than that article, but Mr Cox has a website for his business.
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Fire Safety / Re: Fire Wardens
« Last post by Fire Monkey on March 22, 2019, 09:06:41 AM »
Robust agricultural counsel?? That's a new on one me
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Community Fire Safety / Re: New homes missing fire safety barriers
« Last post by Fire Monkey on March 22, 2019, 09:03:08 AM »
Since I will be doing a loft cavity inspection (not in the SW) on Monday this sure is interesting. Any more details on exactly what they did wrong?
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Community Fire Safety / New homes missing fire safety barriers
« Last post by Owain on March 21, 2019, 05:45:50 PM »
Homes built by one of the UK's largest developers were constructed without essential barriers to slow the spread of fire.

Regulations dictate the flame-resistant material must be installed in roof spaces and wall cavities.

Housebuilder Persimmon Homes found it was missing from some properties on estates in south-west England.

It has written to more than 1,000 people to say their homes need to be checked.

One resident in Truro, Cornwall, said his house "is potentially a massive fire risk".

The homeowner, who did not want to be named, said recent inspections of his five-year-old house revealed "a vast amount" of fire were barriers missing.

Some of the homes affected are on a Persimmon-built estate in Exeter where a fire last year "rapidly escalated" as it spread between properties.

Speaking about the blaze, Cornwall councillor Dulcie Tudor said it had spread "through to the roofs of the adjoining houses".

Fire safety consultant Alan Cox said blazes "could easily travel from one compartment or property to another" if there were missing barriers "at roof level".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-47613496

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Fire Safety / Re: UNSUCCESSFUL PROSECUTIONS
« Last post by bevfs on March 20, 2019, 09:08:54 AM »
are theses logged anywhere for viewing?(case history) Would be interesting to see how the law is applied by the courts
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Fire Safety / Re: Control of numbers
« Last post by lyledunn on March 20, 2019, 07:15:53 AM »
Final decision by BC; room must have MOE capacity based a floor factor of 2 persons per M2 which reflects possible use as a bar or similar. Even though the project is based on 9999 in which section 16.2 allows a method of assessing occupant capacity on the available width of the MOE, BC are not prepared to acknowledge. Looks like arbitration will be required as their ruling effectively kills the viability of the venue.
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Fire Safety / Re: Fire Wardens
« Last post by Demontim on March 14, 2019, 08:56:00 AM »
"I don't understand the difficulty in colleges. There are usually enough senior managers to fill a football stadium!"

That may well be true but for many managers (senior or otherwise) and academics, if it's not in their job description they won't do it. I've personally witnessed a lecturer pushing students out of the way when the fire alarm has sounded and leaving them to take care of themselves (needless to say some robust agricultural counsel was offered to said lecturer once everyone was clear of the building).
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Fire Safety / Re: Fire Wardens
« Last post by lyledunn on March 14, 2019, 07:28:39 AM »
I don't understand the difficulty in colleges. There are usually enough senior managers to fill a football stadium!
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