Welcome to the June 2019 Edition of International Fire Protection magazine
We are delighted to have Dr. Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter writing the IFP Comment – titled; ‘Three ways to improve safety of lives at sea.’ Carl looks at how the use of simple procedures and advancing technologies can prevent unnecessary loss of life due to fire at sea.This issue features special Show Previews for the NFPA Conference and Expo in San Antonio, USA and FIREX International in London. Both previews provide in-depth overviews of the show as well as highlighting many of the companies taking part in the event.
This issue is packed full of in-depth and interesting editorial, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as technical fire safety feature articles, this issue will not disappoint.
David Sherrington explores ‘The rise of water mist fire suppression systems’; Andy Walsh looks at ‘Fire door glazing – how to embrace the challenge’ and Glynn Coates questions ‘Constructing an argument for change.’
With further fantastic articles, the NFPA Vision, ASFP Comment as well three profiles and four pages of news you can look forward to a magazine designed to teach, inform and entertain.
We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to seeing you if you are at NFPA in San Antonio (Booth 680) or FIREX International (Stand FX156) in London.
Flame detectors need to provide for the fastest possible response time and 100% positive detection of fire (no misses) in all weather conditions.
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Glyn Coates, Rajko Eichhorn, Aaron Johnson, Dave Opheim, Adrian Pargeter, Niall Rowan, David Sherrington, Dr. Eliot Sizeland, Russell Stuart, Philipp Toth, Andy Walsh.