Protecting Temporary Structures


Over the past several weeks we have been flooded with questions on how to protect sites with temporary structures. Our staff has been leaning on our experience using our Confirmed Temperature Initiation (CTI) Series Linear Heat Detector in temporary construction and renovations projects. Much like construction sites, temporary structures are dynamic in nature and can change from one day to the next. Being able to accommodate these changes quickly and effectively is crucial.  Protectowire Confirmed Temperature Initiation (CTI) Linear Heat Detector has become a standard within the construction and renovation industry with meeting the challenges of these dynamic facilities.  Being able to accommodate with a multi-criteria detection helps minimize the chances of a false alarm due to physical damage.

Benefits to using CTI Series Linear Heat Detector:

·        Capable of distinguishing between short circuits and true alarm conditions

·        Dependable and cost-effective method for fire detection

·        Capable of being quickly deployed and expanded allowing for total flexibility

While temporary structures are often necessary in response to a disaster, we are reminded that in order to provide adequate care for our communities, these temporary locations also need to be safe and abide by local and state regulations for fire protection.

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