State-Of-The-Art Safety Circuits Likely to Fail During a Fire

Safety equipment and safety circuits in commercial buildings are likely to stop functioning in the event of a fire, even if they are designed and installed according to state-of-the-art methods and regulations applicable today. This is the result of the increased resistance at the temperature at which these circuits are required to function, concludes a case study of an existing modern shopping mall in Tarnovia, Poland. The study was conducted by WTW Power Solutions.

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