The thermal detector is one of the components of the fire alarm system, which is responsible for increasing the temperature.
Thermal detectors are usually sensitive to temperature over a specified temperature (above 65 ° C).
Although the reactors react to an increase in ambient temperature, they are set to allow the ambient temperature They do not provoke them and only increase the temperature of the fire.
The heat detectors are usually installed under the roof of the building, and between the ceilings and the detector are spaced between 25 mm and 15 cm.
The detectors for fire detection have two categories:
the heat growth rate and the constant temperature that acts according to these two factors.