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Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

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L_Valentin
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Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

Hello community,

 

As I am concerned about how to protect installations from electrical fires and interested in preventing them, I'd like to share with all of you this very interesting article I've found in the Schneider blog page: 

 

"Electrical Fire Protection vs. Prevention: Risk Management based on smart sensing"

 

I found it very clear on explaining difference between protection and prevention on the electrical fire risk field.

 

What do you think?

 

Share your thoughts....

 

 

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J_Travostino
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Re: Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

Thanks for sharing with us @L_Valentin .

 

Very interesting indeed...

 

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.

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RHH-Eltechna
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Re: Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

Most certainly!

Top priority should always be fire prevention.
Plan B or ''better safe then sorry'' should be fire protection.


Kind regards,

Rick - Eltechna B.V.
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J_Travostino
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Re: Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

Thanks for sharing with us @L_Valentin .

 

Very interesting indeed...

 

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.
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RHH-Eltechna
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Re: Electrical Fire Prevention vs. Protection

Most certainly!

Top priority should always be fire prevention.
Plan B or ''better safe then sorry'' should be fire protection.


Kind regards,

Rick - Eltechna B.V.
signature-RHHH
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