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A fire represents the single most catastrophic event, which a building is likely to experience and carries with it, risks to the safety and lives of the occupants. 

GEOVERUN offers a wide range of options for fire protection.

Preventing Fire Outbreak

Fires are the most destructive, disruptive and costly cause of damage to property and prevention of these requires both risk awareness and the adoption of good practice.

The one excellent way of reducing the probable consequences of fires is the use of an excellent fire protection system. How quickly you recover depends on your choice of fire protection agent. Selection of an extinguishing system should base on the exact site requirement

Fire Detection Device

In case of a fire outbreak, an automatic fire alarm system will automatically activate an extinguishing system thus minimising loss.

Detection can be achieved with a combination of Optical and Ionisation detectors. This combination is to enable the system detect the different kinds of fire namely fast burning and smoldering fires.

Carbon dioxide Fire Extinguishers

Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers are extremely versatile and is design to tackle Class B flammable liquid and Class C electrical fire hazards. Carbon Dioxide is an effective and clean gaseous extinguishing agent that does not leave any residue to clean up.

Water Fire Extinguishers

Water Fire Extinguishers are ideal for common combustible materials such as trash, wood, and paper. They are perfect for occupancies such as apartments, storerooms, schools, offices, and theaters.


FM200 fire suppression works hand-in-hand with state-of-the-art detection to identify and extinguish a fire hazard, long before substantial fire damage can occur. FM-200 does not leave harmful or messy residues that could damage delicate electronic and data processing equipment.

Control Panel

A Kentec double-knock fire-extinguishing panel will function as a control panel.  This panel is configured in an “AND” configuration and will not release the extinguishant until it receives clearly distinct signals from two separate detectors within a time window.


These are devices sensitive to heat and smoke, and enable a fire to be recognise at an early stage.