Eco SafeTech excels in thorough fire load Calculation, assessing potential fire severity within buildings. This involves calculating heat output per unit floor area (kJ/m2) based on material calorific values. Results inform industrial safety risk evaluations. Fire load (kg) is determined by multiplying material mass by calorific values (MJ/kg) and dividing by floor area for fire load density. This Calculation aids in understanding and mitigating fire hazards, showcasing Eco SafeTech’s commitment to industrial safety standards.

Fire load is the heat energy that can be released from a compartment’s floor area when the contents and combustible parts combust. It’s calculated using the calorific value of the material, which converts mass into energy units (MJ). Fire loads are usually classified as low, medium, or high.

Fire load calculation can help industries understand how different materials contribute to potential fires, and how to mitigate those risks. For example, workplaces can implement measures based on accurate calculations to prepare for any unforeseen fire events. This can minimize property damage, protect human lives, and create a secure working environment.

Fire load calculation can also help with: active and passive protection systems and building risk profiles. By conducting thorough fire load calculations, industries gain valuable insights into the combustible materials present on their premises. This information allows them to assess the risk level associated with different areas and develop effective strategies to mitigate potential fire hazards.

How much material in a Building- How well it is Burn

Fire load calculation is a proactive way to mitigate risks, and it can help with:

1. Building design 2.Evacuation plans

3. Safety protocols 4. Fire prevention strategies

5. Firefighting equipment 6.Fire risk assessment

7. Fire scene investigations 8.Fire movement modelling

9.Insurance premiums

Classification of Fire

Class A Fire

Involves Organic combustible materials e.g., water, foam, halocarbons.

Class B Fire

Involves Flammable liquids, liquefiable solids.

Class C Fire

Involves Flammable and liquified Gases.

Class D Fire

Involves metal fires (Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc)