1 Fire Safety Technical Guide FIRE ALARMS SYSTEMS - UCL GENERAL INSTALLATION DESIGN GUIDANCE & EMPLOYERS REQUIREMENTS (All Buildings Except Sleeping Accommodation) Contents: 1.0 Introduction UCL Fire Alarm Device Standards General Requirements & Design Standards Fire Alarm Panels & Electrical Supplies Manual Call Points Sounders (Sound Pressure Requirements) Facilities For Hearing Impaired People Beam Detectors Fire Resistant Cabling Marking And Indicating of Fire Alarm Devices Ceilings, Ducts & Voids Door Hold Open, Fire Dampers & Other Automatically Released Equipment Access Control Devices Connected to Fire Alarm Systems Provision of Audible & Visual Warning at Internal Building Boundaries Mechanical & Electrical, Air Handling & Smoke Control Equipment Cause & Effect Matrix Fire Alarm System Fire Brigade Communications General Commissioning Requirements Quick Overview The following information will be of assistance to Design Consultants, Project Managers and Contractors employed by UCL or its agents. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1.0. INTRODUCTION 1.1. The raising of the alarm and warning to occupants in case of fire is a legal requirement. The addition of Automatic Fire Detection (AFD) is very often desirable to assist in early detection, property protection and in some instances an offset to extended Means of Escape (MoE) conditions. Date Last Amended: Jan 15 1.
2 1.2. UCL as the Client strives to improve its standards, only fire alarm system designers, installers and maintenance companies that can demonstrate BAFE SP203 or LPC1014 and with ISO9001 Quality Management System compliance or equivalent. Therefore, the design, complexity and cost of a fire alarm system including both capital and whole life maintenance costs will need to be considered carefully during project design This technical Note is to be regarded as a general statement of requirements and is in addition to any British Standard recommendation or other instructions received from the Local Fire or Building Control Authorities UCL FIRE ALARM DEVICE STANDARDS 2.1. All UCL fire alarm systems and devices are to use OPEN APOLLO protocol only, (unless the existing system is not compatible) with standard equipment to ensure communality of systems, efficiency of maintenance and control of software access. No other fire alarm panels or systems will be acceptable unless written permission through the UCL Director Engineering Maintenance & Infrastructure (EMI) / UCL Fire Safety Manager is sought first Loop Capacity - loops should be designed so that the numbers of devices on the loop is limited so that there is some (approx.) 20% spare capacity e.g. maximum loop capacity = 126 devices - then the actual loop device numbers should be no more than 105 devices as a general rule GENERAL REQUIREMENTS & DESIGN STANDARDS 3.1. All fire alarm systems in UCL premises are to be designed to comply with the latest edition of BS and BS5839 series, as necessary Unwanted alarms - the London Fire Brigade and other Fire Authorities require all possible measures to be taken to reduce the instances of unwanted fire alarm activations and calls to the fire authority. Designers of fire alarm systems must to take considerable care to ensure that their fire alarm design reduces unwanted fire alarms through thoughtful understanding of room/space function where the detection is provided avoid unwanted activation as far a reasonably practicable All new and refurbished fire alarm systems (except for sleeping risk - see TN055) are to meet a minimum standard of BS : Life Risk 4/3 (L4/L3) provision of Automatic Fire Detection (AFD). Note 1: Category L4/3 - the minimum standard of L4 provides AFD to all escape routes; this is to be supplemented by risk assessing all rooms off escape stairs and corridors for the provision of additional AFD to bring the system up to L3 standard. For example: all corridors and rooms off a staircase and high risk rooms such as laboratories, plant rooms, storage may require detection, but office accommodation (unless in single escape condition will probably not require additional detection). Risk analysis is to be completed as part of the design of the system. Date Last Amended: Jan 15 2.
3 Note 2: each new system will need to be approved on a project-by-project basis to ensure that the correct cover of fire detection has been provided. Where AFD is provided in existing refurbished areas then generally, the devices should remain unless effected by wall or ceiling changes, which interfere with the existing device positions Life Category L2 or L1 Standards - additional AFD to Life Category L2 or L1 standard, should be provided for specific areas such as high risk or high value (i.e. equipment or facilities in excess 0.5 million insurance value) or, where part of a fire engineered solution. The UCL Fire Safety Manager should be consulted in the first instance Optical Detectors - as a basic rule only optical detectors should be used; however, each project must be judged specifically on risk and guidance provided in BS Other Detectors - in areas where there is an obvious risk of false alarms including persistent dusty or dirty conditions then the following detector heads should be considered: 1 st Rate of Rise heat detectors; 2 nd Fixed heat at 55 C, 75 C or 90 C to be used where there is likely to be high ambient temperatures (boiler rooms or steam producing apparatus); 3.7. Apollo Discovery Multi-Sensing - heads to be used in: (c). (d). all laboratories; kitchens and adjacent areas; other suitable locations; multi-sensing heads have five settings (guidance only check the latest specification by Apollo for accuracy before instructing): Mode 1 - the most sensitive setting using both heat & smoke monitoring and reacting at around less than 3% obscuration of the optical head; Mode 2 - optical sensing setting only, that reacts at less than 3% obscuration of the optical head, Mode 3 - medium sensitivity setting, which uses both heat & smoke monitoring and reacts at less than 3% obscuration of the optical head; Mode 4 - least sensitive setting using both heat & smoke monitoring and reacting at around 5% obscuration of the optical head - use this setting in all laboratories and peripheral kitchen areas; Mode 5 - heat sensing setting only; Date Last Amended: Jan 15 3.
4 4.0. FIRE ALARM PANELS & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 4.1. The fire detection system shall be designed, installed and commissioned in accordance with the latest editions of BS5839-1, BSEN 54 Parts 1, 2 & 4 and other relevant codes of practice The panel must be capable and compatible of using and switching between all modes of Apollo Discovery detection heads, using alarm confirmation facilities. In addition, have pier-to-pier networking and IP gateway facilities UCL Fire Alarm Panel Provision - only the manufactures of following fire alarm panel are to be used: C-TEC - ZFP Range of 2 to 8 loop touchscreen controlled panel (depending on size and complexity of premises) Morley IAS ZX series (see: Advanced Electronic Ltd (see: Kentec Ltd - small units and suppression alarms (see: Electrical Supplies & Batteries: 4.4. UCL requires standby batteries for fire alarm systems to last for 60 hours not for the minimum specified by the British Standard of 24 hours Main Electrical Supply to Fire Alarm Panels - any new fire alarm system will require a dedicated 240v ac supply in accordance with the latest editions of BS7671 & BS This circuit is to be installed using fire resistant cable and terminated into a double pole, isolating spur with key switch as defined in BS Main Electrical Isolation to Fire Alarm Panels - means should be provided for double pole isolation of the mains supply to all parts of the system; the isolation facilities should be suitably sited, near the equipment served, for use by maintenance technicians without the need for access to remote parts of the building. It should be possible to lock the facilities in both the normal and isolate positions to prevent unauthorised use. It should be possible to lock the facilities in both the normal and isolate positions to prevent unauthorised use UCL requires a Fire Safety Isolator Switch (available from to be provided which is a secure method for safely isolating the mains voltage supply to fire systems in accordance with BS The 'Fire Safety Isolation' switch can only be isolated by an authorised person, by means of a keylock switch - the key is removable in both ON/OFF positions; Date Last Amended: Jan 15 4.
5 UCL Fire Technical Note - TN054 The fuse cannot be removed without taking the cover off & when in the off position the FUSE is disconnected from the supply; A neon indicator is provided to indicate mains present at the switched output; Technical Specification: o Working Voltage : 250AV o Switch Contact Rating : Double Pole - 250V AC 4Amp o FUSE Rating : Max - 6A Fast (20mm) supplied o Enclosure Material : RoHS Compliant FR ABS o Weight : 175g o Switch Surge Rating : 80Amp o Key Number : 901 o Housing Size: Single Gang : W.86 x L.86 x H.56.5mm 5.0. Manual Call Points 5.1. The following Manual Call Points (MCPs) should be used for all systems: Apollo MCPs suitable for product range being installed (see: KAC MCPs Alarm Company Ltd (see: Anti-Tamper security covers - in student halls circulation spaces, common rooms, bars of UCL Student s Union occupancy and vulnerable places - Anti- Tamper security covers are to be fitted to each call point supplied by: Apollo - transparent hinged Cover (Apollo Ref: ); KAC Ltd - as above under 'accessories' (KAC Ref: PS200 Plain Hinged Cover); 6.0. SOUNDERS (SOUND PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS) 6.1. The following standard sounders may be used: Apollo - loop driven sounders with setting of 90+dB(A); Fulleon - further information can be found at: Bells - standard 8 or 10 ringing bells, where appropriate; Date Last Amended: Jan 15 5.
6 6.2. General Note on Sound Levels - experience has found that it is necessary to have higher sounder levels to engage and motivate students and some staff to evacuate the building. UCL requires a higher standard of audibility than BS for sounder coverage, therefore the average sounder level throughout the building should meet or exceed 75 db(a) in all areas. Often the BS minimum sounder levels are not adequate for this task; furthermore, fire doors can reduce sounder levels by up to 40 db(a) when closed further reducing overall sounder levels. (c). Contingency Funds - consultants and contractors are to ensure that contingency funds from the project are available at pre-contract, to ensure that addition sounders can be installed at commissioning, should the sound pressure coverage fall below acceptable levels any particular area. Where sound levels fall below this standard, additional sounders MUST be installed or other means used, to raise the sound levels. At the commissioning of the system (regardless of the size of installation), a sound pressure check MUST be carried out with sound levels being recorded on a log sheet. The log is to be submitted with the Commissioning Certificate short fall are to be increased by the addition of extra sounders to the area Voice Sounders (Preferred Option where Budgets Allow) - the following voice sounders conforming to BS can be used combination voice and tone sounders should be used in all areas where the public or large numbers of students' use the space, where phased evacuation or the need to differentiate buildings is to be considered. Vimpex Ltd - 'Fire Cryer' (see: standard with the following voice messages: (1). Use Ref: (AK) Fire emergency - please remain calm and evacuate the building immediately (Female Voice); (2). Use Ref: (AC) This is a fire alarm test - No action required - No action required (Female Voice). (3). Use Ref: (AE) Fire alarm test now complete (Female Voice). Apollo system may also be considered; 6.4. Visual Alarms - meeting BSEN54-23 to be provided (visual flashing red strobe lights or new LED Technology) in the following locations: In addition to audible sounders in noisy environments such as workshops / plant rooms / roof plant areas etc.; Environments where audible alarms are not acceptable (control rooms / sound or anechoic booths etc.); Date Last Amended: Jan 15 6.
7 (c). (d). UCL Fire Technical Note - TN054 Disabled Refuges & WC - where disabled or hearing impaired persons may use facilities (such as WCs) and in Disabled Refuges to allow communications with other by users; Find the Panel - to identify and locate the main fire alarm panel particularly in property with identical frontage, or where the panel location is not obvious or in the normal location of the main entrance area; 6.5. Specialist Alarms - there may be projects that require more specialist equipment (e.g. external) to be specified, in which case Klaxon units should be considered. Further information can be found at FACILITIES FOR HEARING IMPAIRED PEOPLE 7.1. UCL has a specific policy and procedures for accommodating people with disabilities - please discus with UCL Fire Safety Manager prior to design Deaf Messaging Service (DMS) - UCL uses a DMS system connected to the fire alarm for hearing impaired persons through - further details please see - UCL Fire Safety Technical Note TN Visual Alarms - visual alarms are to be provided (visual flashing Red strobe lights or new LED Technology) where disabled or hearing impaired persons may use facilities (such as WCs or common rooms etc.). UCL will not accept blanket coverage of a building with supplementary visual alarms (LED) as per guidance in BS BEAM DETECTORS 8.1. Where there is a requirement for covering large open spaces then Open Area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) by Xtralis Ltd beam detectors should be considered. These beam detectors use two wavelengths to distinguish between particle size and solid intruding objects, thus helping to reduce unwanted alarms. Moreover, one unit because of its design covers much more area with multipoint viewing from a single beam detector head, thus reducing the need for point detection. Further information can be found at Date Last Amended: Jan 15 7.
8 9.0. FIRE RESISTANT CABLING 9.1. Fire cables used in the installation of fire alarm systems meeting the latest edition of BS / BS 6387 / BS 7629 / BS EN PH120 in design All cables shall be coloured Red, unless there is overriding aesthetic reasons for White to be used. Special attention is to be paid to the terminating of cables to ensure that earth faults are eliminated The following cables should be used in all instances: FP 200 Gold, equal or approved; MICC cabling is required where routes provide mission critical signals or pass through a high risk or vulnerable areas (as per BS ); 9.4. Fixing - all fire alarm cabling is to be fixed to the structure of the building, fixed in a cable tray or cable management system only using metal ties. No other fixing is acceptable MARKING AND INDICATING OF FIRE ALARM DEVICES Labelling - all fire alarm devices are to be permanently marked or using suitable adhesive labels, to indicate the device Zone and Address number Identification - where remote or hidden detectors / devices are placed in voids, ducts or above ceilings, a suitable LED repeater indicator is to be provided in a logical and adjacent location. All LED indicators are to be clearly marked specifying type of device, address number and remote device location CEILINGS, DUCTS & VOIDS Ceiling Voids - generally, where a void of 800 mm or greater than 10% of the room height: Variation - considered as 'low risk' (e.g. simple light units only within it, or if fire spread beyond the void / room of origin etc is unlikely) - then it is reasonable not to provide AFD in these spaces. This should be recorded as a variation on the relevant system certificate. Higher Risk - where there is an obvious risk such as significant electrical equipment (other than light units) or air handling units / chillers / void passes over other rooms or compartments, then the void should be provided with appropriate automatic fire detection as any electrical / equipment fire may not be detected at it initial stages. Clarification may be sought for the UCL fire safety manger. Date Last Amended: Jan 15 8.
9 11.2. Detectors in Voids & Ducts - any void where detection is provided MUST be fully accessible and not obstructed for maintenance purposes. This means that ceiling tiles or access panels must be available directly below the detector to allow maintenance and a testing pole to be used, which requires a clear vertical path from below to be maintained Identification of Hidden Devices - see Para 10.2 above DOOR HOLD OPEN, FIRE DAMPERS & OTHER AUTOMATICALLY RELEASED EQUIPMENT These items should adhere to the terms of latest edition of BS It should be noted that 'door holders' are generally not acceptable on any fire door that leads directly onto a protected stair (to be discussed with the UCL Fire Safety Manager) Door Release Switches - electromagnetic door release switches are to be positioned in a clear and accessible location, to prevent damage to fixings by doors being pulled close against the magnetic holders ACCESS CONTROL DEVICES CONNECTED TO FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS Where security Access Control Systems are to be installed in a building, it will be necessary to interface with the fire alarm system to meet UCL, local fire and District surveyor requirements. See UCL Fire Safety Technical Note TN001 & TN005 for specific requirements PROVISION OF AUDIBLE & VISUAL WARNING AT INTERNAL BUILDING BOUNDARIES CONNECTED TO THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Where the Means of Escape (MoE) routes access and egress passes through a building boundary, it is necessary to provide Visual and Audible Warning signs connected to the fire alarm systems and it will be necessary to interface with the fire alarm system to meet UCL, local fire and District Surveyor Authority requirements. See UCL fire safety technical note TN MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL, AIR HANDLING & SMOKE CONTROL EQUIPMENT Where mechanical & electrical systems and smoke control measures are provided and connected to the fire alarm system, please see UCL Fire Safety Technical Notes TN 038 & TN039 for general requirements. Date Last Amended: Jan 15 9.
10 16.0. CAUSE & EFFECT MATRIX FIRE ALARM SYSTEM UCL Fire Technical Note - TN Designers are to provide a cause and effect chart for all new systems - see UCL Fire Safety Technical Note TN FIRE BRIGADE COMMUNICATIONS Generally, UCL fire alarm panels are to alert the fire brigade via the UCL Security Control Room using the Gallagher Security System wherever possible, by providing: (c). (d). a Fire Signal generated at the fire panel; a Fault signal generated at the fire panel; a Pre-Alarm signal generated at the fire panel; The signal is to be sent back to the UCL Security Control Room using connections via UCL Data system network Monitoring Centre - the signals are to terminate at the UCL Security Control Room on the Main Campus, which acts as a 24-hour monitoring service for the UCL estate. The UCL Security Control Room Manager can be contacted on and should be consulted on all signals required to be monitored by the Security Control Room, including security / lift / plant as well as fire alarm signals. Data connections can be arranged through the UCL ISD Network Group Alarm Receiving Company (ARC) - in some locations, a specialist ARC may be required, which should be arranged through our fire alarm maintenance provider and Southern Monitoring Services Ltd. A BT Redcare line and Digital Communications (Digicom) device will also be required. Requirements and procedures will need to be discussed with the UCL Fire Safety Manager at the outset of the project GENERAL COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS Design, Installation Commissioning and UCL Acceptance Certificates The provision of the appropriate design, installation and commissioning certificates containing information based on the Model Certificates provided in BS : Annex H, to be provided by the appropriate parties. Copies of the certificates are to be issued as following: All original certificate(s) to be placed in the Operational & Maintenance (O&M) Manuals; Date Last Amended: Jan
11 (c). (d). UCL Fire Technical Note - TN054 a copy of each certificate to be issued to the Fire Alarm Maintenance Contract Manager (UCL EM&I); a copy of each certificate to be issued the UCL Fire Safety Manager for building s fire certificate and fire strategy documents; any additional copies required by an authorised person; Design Certificate - is to be provided in all cases by the Design Consultant on completion of the design stage of the fire alarm Installation Certificate - is to be provided in all cases by the Contractor installing the fire alarm system, on completion of the installation stage Commissioning Certificate - is to be provided in all cases by Commissioning Engineers (generally UCL Fire Alarm Maintenance provider) on completion of the testing & commissioning stage of the fire alarm Acceptance Certificate (UCL) - this is to be completed and issued the by Project / Design Consultant; and witnessed by a Nominated UCL Person on behalf of the Director of UCL Estates Only on completion of the Acceptance Certificate witnessed by a UCL Nominated Person may: a new system, become the primary Warning in Case of Fire for the building; where the fire alarm system has been replaced / upgraded etc may the old system be switched off and decommissioned. The new system may then become the primary Warning in Case of Fire for the building Addressing of Fire Device Locations - the programming of the device address must be carefully considered to ensure that its location matches the local, generic or room numbers to prevent confusion by staff, contractors or the Fire Brigade in locating the device Drawing and Zone Chart - zone chart information is to be supplied as part of the commissioning of the fire alarm system as follows: Clear fire alarm zone information in A4 Word format, is to be provided in a suitable clip frame position adjacent to the fire alarm panel. This is to provide quick reference to incident location. As Installed Drawings are to be provided on hard copy A1 sheets and in electronic AutoCAD Version format scale of 1:50, 1:100 or 1:200 as appropriate. Date Last Amended: Jan
12 19.0. QUICK OVERVIEW General equipment overview required by UCL for new and existing fire alarm systems on upgrading refurbishment etc (where practical): End Items / Devices Details Protocols & Remarks Fire Panels Manual Call Points Smoke Detectors Heat Detectors Multi-Sensing Detectors C-Tec / Advance / Morley IAS ZX Apollo or KAC Type to Suite Apollo Range - Type to Suite Apollo Range - Type to Suite Apollo Discovery Range Open Protocol / Apollo / Addressable Open Protocol / Apollo / Addressable Open Protocol / Apollo / Addressable Open Protocol / Apollo / Addressable Open Protocol / Apollo / Addressable Bells 8 / 10 To Suite Open Protocol / Addressable Sounders Apollo / Fulleon Range - Type to Suite Open Protocol / Addressable Voice Sounders Vimpex Firecryer Open Protocol / Addressable Beam Detectors Building Interface Cables Special / Bespoke Flame Proof / Explosive Proof (E) Visual Indicators Deaf & Hearing Impaired Warning Systems Open Area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) by xtralis Philip Payne 2784 Range FP 200 Gold (or equivalent) MIC (where required by BS5839-1) Klaxon Ltd (www.klaxonsignals.com) Apollo & CooperMEDC Ltd (www.coopersafety.com/brands/medc) Do not blanket cover for DDA - separate arrangements at UCL Deaf Message Service (DMS) or similar texting system special ) Open Protocol / Addressable (www.xtralis.com) Fire Alarm Activated Do not Enter illuminated signs Red unless aesthetic consideration required One off external fittings etc BS EN Explosion Proof (E) & outside fittings Red LED indicators fitted to sounder units Alarmscom Ltd Discuss with UCL Fire Safety Manager Date Last Amended: Jan
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