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Registration Date 5 Oct 2016



Environment Air Remediation

Environmental Sensor


Buildings, Airport, Tunnel Rail lines, Marine ports, Mining, Heritage Museums and Archive centers.
Museum Airports Building Smoke detection Fire Detection


“iP-213″ is a Nano-Technology based Electro-Inductive Smoke Detection INTELLIGENT Sensor assisting in early detection and control of fire hazard. The sensor has extremely high sensitivity to nano-particles, ions and fine/dispersed particles of smoke. It can identify a fire hazard at perhaps the earliest stages possible, being activated in most cases at least 20 minutes before the fire actually starts, and provides unprecedented levels of facilitation for localization, suppression and recovery from the incident while allowing necessary steps to be taken even before the very outbreak of fire. The open-architecture of the sensor provides easy integration/compatibility with existing command and control instruments while tremendously further improving their effectiveness The sensor is capable of functioning fully autonomously or cab be combined into a existing local computer network. The detection-sensor “iP-213″ registers microscopic particles/nano-ions of smoke, which are invisible even for optical sensors, and appear during heating of combustible materials up to 200°С and below, significantly lower than their auto-ignition temperatures. This distinctive feature of the electro-induction detection-sensor allows to identify fire-rated dangerous situation at the very earliest stage and to take the needed measurements even before the occurrence of fire!

Manufacturer's Description

SEONICS Nano Sensors are Electro inductive Smoke detection sensors having an ‘Intelligent’ capability to detect and control Fire before its onset. These sensors are very sensitive to nanoparticles, ions and finely dispersed particles of smoke.
“iP-213″ Sensor registers microscopic particles / nano-ions of smoke, which appear during heating of combustible materials up to 200° C. Fire alarm is raised well in advance of the onset of Fire.
Sensors are capable of functioning fully autonomously or can be combined into an existing computer network.