Project Engineering

Integrated circuit

  • Preliminary Study
  • Project
  • Development
  • Implementation

We are a team of specialists in fire protection

  • Knowledge of the various parts of a project.
  • Ample and proven experience.

We use technology to achieve our goals

  • Specific software.
  • Ideal/Optimal projects.
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Supply of Specific Materials

Approved FM materials from the biggest brands: MUELLER, VICTAULIC, TYCO…

From automated sprinklers, stems… to OS&Y shut-off valves (flange or groove gate valves, sign posts for burying on the ground or placing on a wall, grooved butterfly valves with position indicator; also, sprinkler control systems, deluge and pre-action.)

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INERGEN® Official Distributor

Background

Up until the 1970s the most common gas-based extinguishing agent in deluge fire protection systems was carbon dioxide (CO2). CO2 presents a serious danger for human life, due to it being toxic in concentrations above 10%, and one needs concentrations above 30 % to put out a fire. With the introduction of Halons, and specifically of Halon 1301, the use of CO2 practically stopped, with the exception of some very specific applications.

Unfortunately, in the last few years it has been demonstrated that Halons greatly contribute to the destruction of the ozone layer.

With the purpose of protecting said ozone layer by controlling the production of substances that degrade it, the Montreal Protocol entered into force on January 1st, 1989, effectively prohibiting the use of Halons in extinguishing systems, with the exception of some very specific applications. This prohibition has motivated the search for alternative extinguishing agents.

The use of alternative gases like industrial fluorinated gases (HFC’s, PFC’s and SF6’s) goes against the directives established in the Kyoto Protocol regarding climate change, which stipulates that there must be a reduction in the emission of these gases, which are responsible for the greenhouse effect or global warming.

The INERGEN® gas has become a 100% ecological alternative compatible with human life, for extinguishing systems based in gaseous agents.

  • It does no harm to the ozone layer.
  • It does not contribute to global warming.
  • It has an atmospheric lifetime of zero.

INERGEN® is a mixture of gases present in the air we breathe.

INERGEN® is a corrosive gas, non-toxic, that aids in the combustion process.

INERGEN® gives the brain the same ratio of oxygen present in normal air, without losing its effectiveness as an extinguishing agent.

Bearing in mind that INERGEN® is a clean agent that doesn’t damage objects and is safe for persons (it allows breathing), it is particularly adequate for the protection of areas where fire could cause great economic or human losses, such as:

  • Computer rooms
  • Transformer rooms
  • Archives
  • Telecommunications centrals
  • Labs

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Installations

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Detection Systems

Fire detection: thermal, thermal-speedometric, smoke, flames and toxic or explosive atmospheres.
Carbon monoxide (CO) detection equipment, with a two-stage alarm and an analogue indicator of CO concentration.
Control and signaling equipment: systems for detecting conventional flammable and toxic gases, analogue and directional, with the possibility to activate previous alarms, ventilation equipment, extinguishing equipment and transmission to an alarm monitoring center.

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Water Extinguishing Systems

Water supply systems and fire protection pump rooms. (UNE, NFPA, FM, etc.)

Systems for the distribution of water via underground pipes and aerial pipes. Hydrants. Automated and manual monitors for water and/or foam. All types of sprinkler systems, for the protection of constructions, industrial buildings, warehouses, furnaces, etc.
All in accordance to existing market regulations (UNE, NFPA, FM, etc.)
Systems based in water pulverization for petrochemical, chemical and power plants. Fire Nozzles Systems, equipped in 25 mm. and 45 mm.

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Extinguishing systems based in foam

Foam systems for flammable liquids. Fixed or Mobile. High, Medium and Low expansion. Proporcionadores de Espuma, Venturi-Presurizado, Presión Balanceada, Around-The-Pump, Venturi, etc.

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Fire extinction via chemical powder

  • Dry Chemical Powder Systems, Fixed, Semi-Fixed and Mobile; over-head, floor-nozzles, total deluge, etc.
  • Portable extinguishers.
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Fire extinction via gaseous agents

Co2, inert gases, clean agents, local or total-application systems, designed according the norms for manipulation, transport and use in Spain (UNE) and Europe (CEN).

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Maintenance

Maintenance of fire protection systems and equipment.

Fire protection facilities are of a vital importance for the security and protection of the public, as well as of material assets.
The optimal use of the facilities is obtainable with the continuous and adequate maintenance performed by the Client, which is done according to the inspections established by all the different regulations.
SPG Fire & Security, recommends and offers the performance of these periodic inspections by specialized personnel, for making sure that the maintenance is done properly, and for detecting possible flaws and problems that might go unnoticed to the untrained eye.

Own System Fire in Spheres

FIRE PROTECTION FOR G.L.P. SPHERICAL VESSELS

Containing LPG’s in spherical vessels implies high fire hazard, either by a leak caused by the vessel itself, either through leaks and / or fires at short distances to the vessel whose influence can generate a catastrophic incident for structural failure of the affected sphere.

For that reason those vessels are usually provided with active protection measures against fire that basically consist in cooling by water according to international standards so that, facing a dangerous increase in temperature of the walls and its structural elements, the refrigeration is appropriate for the fire exposure not to affect its characteristics, thus avoiding disastrous accidents.

Sistema de Protección de Específica de Esferas S.P.G.

Active protection system against fire for spherical vessels was designed by Spanish engineer Salvador Pallarés in the 80’s (ETSIIB, Spain), fire protection specialist with over 35 years experience, and has been successfully tested and proven effective. Since then, the system is guaranteed by its use for over thirty years with no problems in over 450 spherical vessel installed in several countries. S.P.G. Fire & Security S.L. as system installation company has every smelting model, application guidelines, and a wide designing and assembling experience. As a result we achieve a compact, easy and safe modular system against fire for spherical vessels used in LPG storage at chemical and petrochemical sites.

Advantages of the S.P.G. protection system for spherical vessels.

ADVANTAGES FOR THE BUILDER OF THE SPHERE
  • The entire installation is completely removable.
  • Completely prefabricated in our workshop.
  • The system is assembled once the vessel is completely finished, thus avoiding to interfere with painting or any other work.
  • Mounting the protection can be done after painting and / or thermally insulating the sphere without special scaffolding, due to the use of inertia retaining elements placed on the top platform where the assembly operators are located
Benefits for End Customer
  • Thanks of being FULLY REMOVABLE, to perform periodic maintenance to the spheres.
  • The installation against fire is disassembled, checked, cleaned, stored, and once made the maintenance of the area, reassemble is easily accomplished with significant cost savings to the end customer.
  • The possibility of acting only over the 50% of the surface of the sphere significantly reduces overall water needs for vessel groups in the adjoining areas, which in turn reduces the problems of insufficient capacity of existing pumping systems in plants when fire protection is extended.

3D STUDIO COVERAGE

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