Special Hazards

Special hazards are any area containing equipment, processes or stock of exceptionally high value, contain unique or irreplaceable assets or any area or process where the revenue produced is of greater value than the equipment itself. A special hazard can be a building, an area, a room or a piece of equipment. Fire protection systems generally have very sensitive smoke detectors and a suppression system that is either water or a gaseous agent. Special hazard fire protection systems include detection and control coupled with a fire suppression system.

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