Aspirating smoke detector for mission critical facilities

The Faast XT aspirating smoke detector combines advanced particle separation with dual source optical smoke detection technology to provide highly sensitive very early warning fire detection while providing enhanced immunity to false alarms.

02/02/2015


The Faast XT aspirating smoke detector combines advanced particle separation with dual source optical smoke detection technology to provide highly sensitive very early warning fire detection while providing enhanced immunity to false alarms. Courtesy: SysThe Faast XT aspirating smoke detector by System Sensor combines advanced particle separation with dual source optical smoke detection technology to provide highly sensitive very early warning fire detection while providing enhanced immunity to false alarms. This technology enables Faast XT to accurately detect incipient fire conditions as early as 60 minutes before a fire actually starts when set for early warning and very early warning fire detection in applications ranging from mission critical to harsh and extreme environments. An installed Faast XT device can protect up to 28,800 sq ft in standard coverage type applications. It is also UL-approved for Class I Div 2 applications.

System Sensor

www.systemsensor.com 



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