WEBINAR: 7 Reasons why TGMS and FAS should communicate

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John Kurowski

  • John is a leading toxic gas monitoring system design specialist. 
  • Holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Penn State and an M.S. degree in Manufacturing Engineering from RPI.
  • Over 30 years of experience working in Manufacturing/Process/Facilities Engineering for printed circuit board and semiconductor manufacturing.
  • Responsible for the design and specification of Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems and participates in all project design phases from concept through construction documents.

Webinar AgendaBoth the toxic gas monitoring systems and fire alarm systems warn of potentially hazardous events.  So, why not make sure they communicate with each other?

Whenever the subject of wiring or communicating between a Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems (TGMS) and a Fire Alarm Systems (FAS) comes up, there are usually negative responses and concerns that these two systems should “talk” to each other.  However, once the subject is discussed thoroughly, it becomes clear that they should or need to communicate.

  • Refresh your knowledge on Toxic Gas Monitoring and Fire Alarm systems.
  • Learn the 7 Reason Why TGMS and FAS Should Communicate  and how this communication would improve the outcome if a hazardous event occurs.
  • Get useful information on communication modules for each system.
  • Discover whether the wiring process between the systems presents any challenges.
  • Find out what role Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR) detection can play.