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BSI - PREN 54-20 - DRAFT BS EN 54-20 FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS PART 20: ASPIRATING SMOKE DETECTORS Organization: BSI
Date: 2014-03-03
BSI - 16/30336434 DC - DRAFT BS EN 54-27:2015 AMD 1:2016 FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARMS SYSTEMS PART 27: DUCT SMOKE DETECTORS Organization: BSI
Date: 2016-07-14
BSI - 15/30296472 DC - DRAFT BS EN 54-7 FIRE DETECTION AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS PART 7: SMOKE DETECTORS - POINT DETECTORS USING SCATTERED LIGHT, TRANSMITTED LIGHT OR IONIZATION Organization: BSI
Date: 2015-05-18
BSI - 13/30280603 DC - DRAFT BS ISO 7240-12 FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS PART 12: LINE TYPE SMOKE DETECTORS USING A TRANSMITTED OPTICAL BEAM Organization: BSI
Date: 2013-11-05
BSI - 16/30349801 DC - DRAFT BS ISO 7240-27 FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS PART 27: POINT TYPE FIRE DETECTORS USING A SMOKE SENSOR IN COMBINATION WITH A CARBON MONOXIDE SENSOR AND, OPTIONALLY, ONE OR MORE HEAT SENSORS Organization: BSI
Date: 2016-12-15
BRE IP15/12/2 - SMOKE DETECTION IN HIGH CEILING SPACES PART 2: FIRE TESTS AND CONCLUSIONS Organization: BRE
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: As part of this, a full-scale fire test programme was carried out to determine the response characteristics of aspirating and optical beam smoke detectors (approved, respectively, to BS EN 54-20:2006[1] and BS EN 54-12:2002[2]) in a high ceiling space and exposed to a broad range of smoke types.
BRE IP15/12/1 - SMOKE DETECTION IN HIGH CEILING SPACES PART 1: INTRODUCTION, LITERATURE REVIEW AND MODELLING Organization: BRE
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: The code of practice BS 5839-1:2002[1] permits the use of aspirating smoke detectors (aspirators or ASDs) up to a height of 21 m in areas where rapid fire and rescue service attendance is possible, and permits optical beam smoke detectors (beams) up to a height of 40 m.

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