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Lehavot, a world leading innovator in the field of fire protection systems, introduces BusShield, which draws on technology developed for war zones to beat even the most testing protection regulations
The tough new UNECE R107 regulations come into mandatory force in July 2018, requiring Class III coaches to be fitted with fire warning and suppression equipment, with Class I and II vehicles set to follow in 2020.
BusShield is a fully compliant solution, combining a linear heat detection system and a command and control unit, with a full suppression agent and delivery mechanism designed for neat integration into the bus’s engine compartment. The control unit is mounted straight into the dashboard, providing pre-alarm and fire alarm warnings. The system is set to automate responses to threshold heat parameters, promising safety even in the event that a driver is incapacitated. A manual mode enables the driver to manually activate suppressants