Fire protection specialists at AUSTimber
FIRE PROTECTION is a crucial part of the work scene and while Recon Industries Australia’s main focus is special hazards such as vehicle systems it is also involved in fire systems for substations, explosive bunkers and the petrochemical industry as well as all general fire safety equipment and systems along with testing and servicing of this equipment.
James Gray (Operations Manager) and Cameron (Gray) each have over 13 years involvement in the fire industry.
“We organise and run fire technicians for servicing fire suppression systems, fire fighting equipment and installations across Australia,” said James.
Like any other piece of equipment that is heavily relied on in the work situation, fire suppression units are no different when it comes to maintenance.
“Maintenance of the fire suppression system is a critical link as this helps ensure that the system is in a condition that will allow it to function correctly.
“The normal maintenance under the Australian standards is every 6 and 12 months. The service provider will supply inspection paperwork to show what has been inspected and any follow up work required,” he said.
Recon Industries Australia will be at AUSTimber and will be highlighting the latest fire suppression and fire protection products.
“Fire technicians manning the stand to discuss the products on display as well as answer any questions that you have,” said James
Some of the products that will be on display include:
The new Checkfire 210 control system from Ansul which is now standard fitment on all Komastu forest equipment. Fire extinguishers and firefighting equipment. A range of AFFF suppression systems. Brochures on different types of fire suppression systems
“Our technicians will be on hand at the stand to assist with and discuss compliance with Australian standards and how to best maintain the fire suppression systems fitted to machinery.
“We will also be giving away multitools to some lucky visitors.”
For more information please visit the Recon Industries Australia stand.
One of the fire suppression systems Recon Industries installed at the Komatsu Forest Wodonga workshop. The machine is now in operation near Eden.