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FIRE DETECTION & ALARM

LOCAL APPLICATION WATERMIST

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

DEEP FAT FRYER

EXTINGUISHING

EXTERNAL FIRE FIGHTING

(FI-FI​)

CLEAN GAS

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

DECK FOAM

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

DRY POWDER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

SPINKLER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

WATER SPRAY

Fire Extinguishing System

DRENCHER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

CO2

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Carbon Dioxide has been used as an extinguishant in fixed installations since the beginning of the twentieth century, Carbon Dioxide is a colourless, odourless, dry, inert gas and is one of the most Wellknown of all fire extinguishants. The standard size cylinders used for the system is 67.5 L steel cylinders filled with 45 Kg of Carbon Dioxide. Cylinders can be delivered in accordance with the requirements of the various national authorities, including required stamping and certificates

FIRE DETECTION & ALARM

Part of the total fire protection

Fire detection and alarm system is an essential part of total fire protection systems. Therfore we have decided to design and install fire detection & alarm components as a part of our fire extinguishing systems.

Aksis offers customized design solutions and maximum safety according to marine rules and regulations.

Our fire alarm systems, which are based on standard modules, may be delivered as stand-alone systems or communicate in integrated networks.

​Our skilled commissioning engineers are always ready to start up & testing the systems in very short time on board.

LOCAL APPLICATION WATERMIST

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

The Ship’s engine spaces require particularly high standards of safety on account of the particular conditions at sea, This applies especially to fire protection, and in particular in and around the engine room, which is home to fuel lines and other supply lines such as those that feed the main engines, auxiliary diesel engines, boiler burners,fuel separators and pumps – all these are typical areas of risk which must be considered when choosing an extinguishing system. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) therefore recommends a permanent, quick activation fire fighting system to protect equipment on board in addition to the total flooding fire suppression system.

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DEEP FAT FRYER

EXTINGUISHING

In high-tech kitchens, where deep fat fryers, special baking appliances, tilting-type frying pans, are in use, spontaneous fires must be expected. The use of an automatic kitchen object protection system is recommended here. Such a system guarantees that the fire will be extinguished immediately, keeping subsequent damages to a minimum and with almost no effect on the kitchen operations.

The Deep Fat Fryer extinguishing system has been specially designed for use in catering kitchens. The re detection elements respond the moment the first small occurs, and there is promptly extinguished before serious damage occurs.

EXTERNAL FIRE FIGHTING (FI-FI)​

AKSISFIRE supplies external fire fighting systems to Tug boats, offshore vessels and fire fighting ships with cooperation of the world’s leading producer and supplier, Fire Fighting Systems AS (FFS)

​​The ships which is installed external fire fighting system are classified as below;

NON – CLASSED FIFI VESSELS (Fi-Fi O)

​Any type of vessel with an external FiFi system but without any formal classification will be covered under this heading. Normally capacities between 37 m3 / h and u p to FiFi I ( 2400 m3 / h) are used. Fire water for the monitors may be supplied by one ore more fire pumps, driven by dedicated diesel engines, PTO gearboxes or electrically driven pumps, The monitors can be either remote controlled (recommended) or manual.

Fi-Fi Class l

​The class notation FiFi I means that the vessel is to be equipped with minimum 2 fire monitors, able to throw water to a minimum distance of 120 meters from the vessel and to a height of minimum 45 meters. The monitors are to be remote controlled from the wheelhouse. Since the fire pumps and related equipment are located in the engine room these are also normally remote controlled, FiFi I Systems are normally installed on Escort tugs, Fire fighting vessels etc.

Fi-Fi Class ll

The class notation FiFi I means that the vessel is to be equipped with minimum 2 fire monitors, able to throw water to a minimum distance of 120 meters from the vessel and to a height of minimum 45 meters. The monitors are to be remote controlled from the wheelhouse. Since the fire pumps and related equipment are located in the engine room these are also normally remote controlled, FiFi I Systems are normally installed on Escort tugs, Fire fighting vessels etc.​

Fi-Fi Class III

​The class notation FiFi III means that the vessel is to be equipped with minimum 3 fire monitors, (DNV rules) able to throw water to a minimum distance of 180 meters from the vessel and to a height of minimum 110 meters, or if other classification for the vessel (i.e. LRS, ABS, R.I.N.A, BV, GL etc), the vessel is to be equipped with 4 fire monitors, able to throw water to a minimum distance of 150 meters from the vessel and to a height of minimum 7Ometers, Whatever configuration is chosen for the FIFI II vessel the total water capacity shall be not less than 9600 m3/h, The monitors are to be remote controlled from the wheelhouse, Since the fire pumps and related equipment are located in the engine room these are also normalIV remote controlled. FiFi III Systems are not so common, but are normally installed on larger offshore vessels, or other specialised vessels.

CLEAN GAS

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

At sea, safety requirements for ships are of the utmost importance. This also applies to fire protection measures. After all, in the event of fire, rapid escape is usually impossible and the prompt arrival of help from outside cannot be expected. In light of the various types of fire risks which exist on board ships, specific solutions are necessary for the space or object to be protected in order to ensure optimal fire protection on board.

Areas that deserve special attention include rooms with electrical and electronic devices, such as control rooms, control cabinets and smaller machine rooms on ships. In such risk areas, extinguishing systems which put out fires quickly yet carefully are essential, in order to ensure that sensitive equipment is not damaged by residues left by the extinguishing agent. With the Clean Gas FK5112 agent ( Minimax MX1230 Marine and MX 200 Marine clean agent) Aksisfire offers clean and safe solutions which meets the demanding requirements on board a ship.

The systems are distinguished through the presence of the authorised and tested chemical suppressors NovecTM 1230 and HFC-227ea: neither fire suppressor is corrosive nor electrically conductive, nor causes any damage to sensitive parts through short circuits or residues. Aksisfire with the MX 1230 Marine and MX 200 Marine clean agent fire suppression systems are available for fishing boats, offshore vessles, tugboats, coast and inland navigation vessels and yachts. The size of the room to be protected is a key focus for both systems. As a result, they offer optimal fire protection in smaller and medium size rooms, and are fully certified with all major marine sector approvals.

DECK FOAM

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Dur­ing a fire, foam ex­tin­guish­ing sys­tems dis­trib­ute large-scale low foam blankets via foam mon­it­ors and hand aplicators to tanker ship’s tank deck areas. The foam is ap­plied to the burn­ing fuel or chemical cargoes, ex­tin­guishes the fire by produce of foam film over the Cargo and serves as a de­terrent against re-ig­ni­tion.

Deck Foam ex­tin­guish­ing sys­tems are suit­able for pro­tect­ing high-risk areas, e.g. due to flam­mable li­quids or chemicals.

Flex­ible com­pon­ents for our foam ex­tin­guish­ing sys­tems with a ver­sat­ile foam­ing agent range, Aksisfire of­fers safe and flex­ible ap­plic­a­tion. Per­fectly aligned com­pon­ents are sup­plied in line with the in­di­vidual needs of cli­ents and ac­cord­ing to re­spect­ive fire pro­tec­tion re­quire­ments and the Rules.

DRY POWDER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

The extinguishing powders used in powder extinguishing systems are highly efficient, quick-acting extinguishants. The sudden extinguishing effect of the powder cloud is caused by the suffocation effect and the anticatalytic effect, a chemical intervention into the combustion process. Extinguishing powders mainly consist of non-poisonous inorganic salts mixed with waterproofing and pouring agents. They are used for fires with solid, liquid or gaseous substances and for metal fires, thus, they are used for fire classification A, B, C and D. Our powder units is largely used to protect LNG carriers and LNG powered ships.

SPINKLER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Sprinkler systems are self-acting fire extinguishing systems having an uncomplicated as well a safe functioning principle. A network of piping and sprinkler heads are installed throughout the areas of the building requiring protection and is constantly under pressure. Under normal conditions the sprinkler head is closed off by a liquid-filled bulb. If due to the effects of a fire, the ambient temperature in the immediate vicinity rises by approximately 30 c° above the maximum temperature expected under normal conditions, the glass bulb bursts. Then pressurized extinguishing water flows through the piping into the sprinkler head and the resulting water jet hits the spray plate which diverts the spray to the areas to be covered. At the same time the water flow in the piping network trips the alarm systems. When the fire is extinguished, replace the activated sprinkler that was activated and the system is ready for operation again.

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WATER SPRAY

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

If conditions are such that extremely rapid spreading of a fire can be expected, then Aksis water-spray extinguishing systems can provide maximum safety. Water-spray extinguishing systems operate with open extinguisher nozzles which, in the event of fire, distribute the extinguishing water over the entire protected area, the quantity of extinguishant needed being minimal. Spray extinguishing increases the surface area of the extinguishing water, entrains the heat of in addition to this cooling effect there is a smothering effect because the steam produced impedes the oxygen supply to the base of the fire. Water-spray extinguishing systems are designed for space or equipment protection. In the case of space protection the extinguishing water is distributed evenly across the whole area of the fire hazard. The extinguishing nozzles are therefore arranged evenly spaced at ceiling level, In the case of equipment protection systems, defined objects particularly subject to fire hazard are provided with water spray for protection or for preventive cooling. The extinguishing nozzles are therefore arranged to be specifically aimed at the object. For tall objects they may also be installed at several levels.

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DRENCHER

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Drencher (De­luge) sys­tem is triggered hy­draul­ic­ally, pneu­mat­ic­ally or elec­tric­ally and dis­perse water throughout the en­tire pro­tec­tion zone with open nozzles. In this way they re­li­ably fight fires in rooms and fa­cil­it­ies, even if a par­tic­u­larly fast spread­ing of the fire is to be ex­pec­ted. If ne­ces­sary, a film-form­ing foam agent can be added to the ex­tin­guish­ing water.

  • Ex­tin­guishes fires quickly and pre­vents fires from spread­ing over a large area
  • Min­im­izes the dam­age caused by fire and re­duces down­times, pro­tects the fu­ture of your busi­ness
  • High flex­ib­il­ity in design and im­ple­ment­a­tion
  • Re­duces fumes and binds con­tam­in­ants
  • Al­lows large open areas and thus a more flex­ible use of the premises
  • Uses water, a nat­ural fire ex­tin­guish­ing agent that is avail­able in un­lim­ited quant­it­ies at a very low price
  • After a fire, the water spray sys­tem is quickly re­stored to ready mode
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Who We Are

Aksis Yangın Söndürme Sistemleri A.S (AKSISFIRE) is formed by engineers who have extensive proven experience since 1994 in fixed based internal and external fire protection systems in the Marine and Offshore Industries, including Oil/Chemical Tankers, Cargo Vessels, Offshore Vessels, Fishing Vessels, Fi-Fi Tugs and Cruise Vessels. AKSISFIRE offers a very broad range of marine-related fire protection systems. Within these fields AKSISFIRE’s scope of work will cover from the system design, equipment supply, field support and system start up for new vessels or conversion according to the specification and Marine rules. AKSISFIRE has a multi-disciplined technical staff fully experienced in shipbuilding and fire protection system design and production techniques. Full use is made of latest approved design and calculation programs.

Our Quality Policy

Conduct design, production and sales of fire extinguishing systems for unconditional customer satisfaction, at high quality and standards, required for global competition, Full compliance with the national & international regulations, Constantly review all our operations with emphasis on human and environmental issues. Reduce our environmental impact and conduct improvement works taking measures & precautions to prevent occupational accidents and diseases, Improve the awareness and enabling self-responsibility of our staff in order to ensure the efficiency of our Integrated Management System, Use our limited natural resources effectively and efficiently, Ensure reduction of wastes, reuse and recycling thereof by separation, and legal disposal of those legally required, Continuously improve and integrate our policies and Quality, Environmental and Occupational Safety Applications by constant reviewing considering technological advancements, and request, expectation and requirements of the society are our Integrated Policies.

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Phone

Phone 1: +90 216 306 82 16
Fax: +90 216 504 06 35

E-Mail

aksisfire@aksisfire.com.tr

Minimax Fire Solutions International GmbH

Business Unit Marine Protection
Im Weddern 25, 23858 Reinfeld, Germany
Phone: +49 4533 7884-116, Fax: -142
Contact: Markus Warnck
WarnckM@minimax.de

BRAZIL

Contact: Pedro M. Guimarães
Macnor Marine
Cell phone: 22631-470
Phone: +55 21 2135-2121
E-mail: pedro@macnor.com.br
Macnor Marine Consult. Empr. ltda. Av. Evandro Lins e Silva, 840 – Sl 1501 Barra da Tijuca – RJ – Brasil
www.macnor.com.br

INDIA

Arcum Marine Services (P) Limited
Contact: Sunil Somani
Cell phone: +91 9833004194
E-mail: sunil@arcumgroup.com
114, Western Edge II Off Western Express Highway Borivali East
Mumbai -400 066 India
www.arcumgroup.com