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Supplemental Evacuation For a High Rise Building
This article explores the difficulties in evacuating occupants from high rise fires. This subject has received careful attention, with many international conferences to determine optimum systems and codes that help developers and stake holders to comply with their responsibility towards the tenants occupying high rise buildings. When balancing Economy with Responsibility, ... [ more detail ]

Self-illuminating Photo Luminescent (Glow-In-The-Dark) Directional Signage Systems
After the 1993 bombing tragedy, the WTC building has been fully equipped with the self-illuminating photo luminescent (glow-in-the-dark) directional signage systems that let them to the evacuation routes in total darkness. The 1993 WTC bombing and the 911 terrorists attack has made US realized the importance of photoluminescence (glow-in-the-dark) evacuation systems ... [ more detail ]

The Original Evac+Chair since 1982
All genuine Evac+Chair products have unique serial number bar code on a tamper proof silver label affixed to the inside skid. The bar code consists of Date of supply, the Customer Document number and the product code. Buy genuine Evac+Chair from your authorised exclusive distributor in your country. ... [ more detail ]

The Operational Aspect of High Rise Fire Fighting
High-rise firefighting is unique because of the many problems encountered that are not an issue in low-rise buildings. Many of the problems encountered in high-rise fires are: (1) difficulties with accessibility, (2) ventilation of smoke, (3) heat retention and (4) gaining access to the fire. The decision that firefighters use stairwells ... [ more detail ]

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