Your questions answered.
iCO is suitable for all property types approved in British Standard BS:8458; these are:
Single family dwellings such as:
Flexible tubing is required to be mounted behind a fire rated barrier. Stainless Steel 316 rigid pipework is also available for applications where a fire rated barrier is not suitable.
iCO has a pair of volt free contacts for fire and fault; allowing it to be connected to third party equipment such as fire systems.
One of the key features of iCO is its ease of installation. However in order to be fully certified to standard BS:8458, it must be fitted or inspected by a certified iCO installer.
Yes, installing iCO without removing the plasterboard is much like installing spotlights. The easy fixing nozzles and the flexible tube make this especially straightforward making it a hassle-free addition to any property.
iCO System GSM Monitoring provides real time alerts to your smart phone in case of an emergency or fault, the app is optional.
Yes, for a premium, the colour of the nozzles can be altered to match any desired colour. This will incur longer lead times. Contact our support team for any colour alterations.
Each nozzle contains a frangible bulb, that heats up in the event of a fire this then bursts activating the system and allows mist to exit the nozzle.
The iCO system has passed witnessed testing of all of the required BS8458 standard tests.
The pump unit is 342 mm x 345 mm x 495 mm high. Nothing must be placed on top of the pump and a 100mm air gap must be maintained around the unit once installed . The weight of the pump is 24kg.
One nozzle protects a 4m x 4m area, it must be a maximum of 2m from a wall and there must be a maximum of 4m between nozzles.