8 September 2017
Project Fire’s automated and sustainable fire sprinkler testing and monitoring system, Zonecheck Addressable, has been installed in Vrinnevi and NÄL Hospitals in Sweden. Both Hospitals are undergoing large renovations to expand, modernise and innovate their healthcare facilities.
Zonecheck Addressable is a crucial part of the renovation and expansion of the sprinkler systems for Vrinnevi Hospital in Norrköping. The system will fully automate the flow-switch testing which will save time, money and water and energy while providing a fully addressable system for the flow-switches, testing pumps and monitored valves. The system can also send information to the hospital's management system via SCADA to provide a real-time, digital information loop for system status and fire alarm conditions which accurately monitor remote fire incidents and faults from a centralised location.
Zonecheck Addressable was also the clear choice for flow-switch testing on the newly installed sprinkler system at NÄL Hospital in Trollhättan. The fully automated soft testing of the flow switches saves time and eliminates wasted water from manual testing.
Project Fire is a global company and has several international distributors, including Nordic Sprinkler, who is forging the way for innovative sprinkler design in the Nordic region and is raising awareness about how Zonecheck Addressable can not only reduce intervention and maintenance time but also save energy and eliminate water usage.
Zonecheck Addressable offers a unique product for the Sprinkler Industry, its innovative design, sustainability and in its energy, water and financial savings are just a few of the benefits it offers.
Benny Wallén, Sales and Marketing Manager, Nordic Sprinkler
The recent successful installation of Zonecheck Addressable in 2 Swedish Hospitals also comes as the country’s focus is acutely fixed on the healthcare sector. The country is undergoing ground breaking hospital restoration throughout the country. Healthcare is a national hot topic and the government is heavily investing in healthcare services across the board.
There is also a huge demand in the Swedish market for new technology that can augment daily life and improve Swedish society. The market is swiftly moving away from traditional systems in favour of integrated, streamlined, and pioneering inventions.
Anton Persson, Chief Technology Officer, Nordic Sprinkler
There are numerous new Hospitals and hospital refurbishments in Sweden where Zonecheck Addressable has been specified, Project Fire and Nordic Sprinkler will continue to work together and in conjunction with various consultants within the region to promote and galvanise an already innovative market.
Andy Wild, Sales Director, Project Fire