Experts in fire protection
March 7, 2016 - Solutions

The stadium tour continues

Function and design of extinguishing systems: We will show you how it works and provide practical training.

Hamburg (Volkspark Stadium) "Practical Fire Protection"

  • 2016-04-19: Function and design of water extinguishing systems
  • 2016-04-20: Function and design of fire detection and gas extinguishing systems

Augsburg (WWK Arena) "Practical Fire Protection"

  • 2016-04-26: Function and design of water extinguishing systems
  • 2016-04-27: Function and design of fire detection and gas extinguishing systems

Additional sessions are scheduled for November: on November 8 and 9, in the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, and on November 15 and 16 in Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.

Practical Fire Protection - Water Extinguishing Technology

Function and design of water extinguishing systems

Tried, tested and innovative

Water is the most natural of all fire extinguishing agents, usually available in sufficient quantities and affordable. It is environmentally-friendly and binds smoke and pollutants. Water extinguishing systems in the form of sprinkler systems or water deluge systems have therefore been a proven fire extinguishing technology in many applications for decades. Water mist technology is also considered an established standard in selected risk areas.

However, the wheel also continues to turn in the world of conventional water extinguishing systems. Modern versions of water extinguishing systems and innovative extinguishing concepts allow additional safety, water savings, planning convenience and easier installation

The right choice

Which water extinguishing system is most suitable for a type of application? What is the impact of a change in the type of extinguishing system on the design and overall planning? Which criteria need to be taken into account with regard to friction loss-free interfaces with other subsections?

Learn to answer these questions and others with the help of practical case studies. Experienced project managers and specialists from our Minimax team of experts will accompany you in the development of bespoke fire protection solutions using three realistic examples.

Practical Fire Protection - Gas Extinguishing Technology

Function and design of fire detection- and gas extinguishing systems

Fire protection in industrial businesses: the requirements are increasing.

The requirements for fire protection solutions in industrial companies have increased significantly in recent years. Manufacturing companies are required to keep up with the challenges of a dynamic market. Among other things, uninterrupted production- and delivery capacity are important prerequisites for long-term business success. For this reason, modern industrial enterprises increasingly require process-integrated fire protection solutions that are able to combat a fire as far as possible without leaving any residues and that reduce business interruptions to a minimum.

In future, this will present technical planners with the substantial task of not only taking essential fire protection requirements into account in their planning, but also to develop a bespoke fire protection concept that accommodates the need for reduced downtimes caused by fires.

The right extinguishing agent. The best solution.

One of the decisive factors is the selection of the ideal extinguishing agent. In addition, reliable detection and the design of the pipe system in relation to the quantity of extinguishing agent play an important role.

Learn from experienced project managers how to resolve the essential issues of a customized fire protection concept for an industrial business and develop solutions for three challenging case studies in collaboration with our experts.

Register now and become an expert yourself!

We offer practical knowledge and provide you with a qualification for your future planning tasks in the field of fire protection.
For further information and easy online registration via the Internet, please visit www.minimax.de/workshop.The Minimax Planner workshops are recognized by some professional engineering bodies as a further training measure. Each participant will receive a certificate.