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Kentec Arrives At Bergen’s New Airport Terminal

A new life safety system based around Kentec’s Syncro XT+ addressable extinguishing control panel technology is being installed in the new €407m terminal at Norway’s Bergen Flesland International Airport.

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Kentec’s Syncro XT+ multi-area addressable extinguishing panel is at the heart of a new life safety system at Norway’s new Bergen Flesland International Airport

Bergen Flesland’s new terminal will treble the airport’s capacity and will include a new dedicated train line connecting Flesland to Bergen city centre. The terminal building itself will be scalable, featuring all core functions, including check-in, baggage, storage systems, security control and departure and arrival halls on two separate levels.

Norwegian Brannslokkesystemer AS was commissioned to design and install a Novec 1230 extinguishing system, controlled by a Kentec Syncro XT+ network comprising 11 multi-area addressable extinguishant control panels with loop powered status indicator units and using Apollo communications protocol. Brannslokkesystemer AS imports, designs and assembles automatic gas extinguishing systems for the marine and land based market throughout Norway.

Kentec’s Syncro XT+ control panels are fully approved to EN12094-1, EN54-2 and EN54-4. Syncro XT+ provides addressable detection over one or two loops with 16 zone LED indicators and is available with up to four extinguishant release control units built in.

 

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