Frequently Asked Question
AITO Firework is a professional Malaysian company, leading as a fire protection company in Malaysia through years of experience and expertise in fire protection industry.
AITO specializes in fire protection system offering from design, installation, testing and commissioning until the maintenance of the fire protection system to give the best solution to our clients.
Most of the governing systems that relate to fire protection systems are include requirements for inspecting, testing and maintenance. This is to verify whether the systems installed are in proper and right operation. As a result, most of the fire protection systems are subjected to these activities.
It can be admitted that sometimes, it can be challenging to coordinate various things relating to inspection, testing and maintenance at times. The systems are required to be kept up to code; keeping track of when tests are needed, designating who should do the test, reviewing the documentation of the test – this is to ensure keeping them organized. Click Here to Read More
The answer is, Yes!
It is a great choice against emergencies that involved fire for most buildings. You can be guaranteed total protection for the occupants and the things inside the premises. Click Here to Read More
Fire escape stairs, or also known as emergency exit – it is one of the ways for the building occupants to escape from the premises in case of a fire outbreak. The fire escape stairs are usually mounted to the outside of a building or typically inside but separately from the main areas of the building.
Usually, fire escape stairs are most often found on multiple-story residential buildings such as apartments and flats type of buildings. At one time, they were a very crucial aspect of fire safety for all new construction in urban areas.
Nowadays, they are commonly used as every kind of premises requires an emergency exit route. Click Here to Read More
A car fire is not that frequently happened. But it doesn't mean it won't happen.
The most common causes of car fire are overheated engines or leaking in the fuel system while some of them are caused by collisions. But most of them are caused by the car systems themselves. The best line of defense; to have these systems being checked often at every service call. Click Here to Read More
A system designed that controls the evacuation of the occupants during a fire. The purpose of the system is to protect the occupants while they are evacuating or being sheltered at a safe place from the fire.
As we all should know, smoke control systems control the flow of smoke in the buildings in the event of a fire. The system is intended to keep the smoke from spreading throughout the buildings. Hence, giving the occupants a clear evacuation path as well as protecting the interior of the building. Click Here to Read More
ABC Fire Extinguisher is very versatile. They are often the ideal choice as they are able to put out many different types of fires.
ABC fire extinguisher uses mono-ammonium phosphate which is a dry chemical that is able to quickly put out all three classes of fire, Class A, Class B, and Class C, meaning they’re suitable for putting out wood and paper fires, flammable liquid fires and electrical fires. Click Here to Read More
Fires may start in a variety of ways, but they typically fall into one of two categories: fires caused by heat igniting combustible materials or fires caused by chemical reactions.
A house can easily catch fire from misuse of appliances and heating equipment to smoking in bedrooms. Some of the common causes of fire at home are ... Click Here to Read More
Gasoline is an important part of our day-to-day lives. We use it almost every day to fuel our cars and trucks, as well as our lawnmowers, weed trimmers, a variety of off-road vehicles, portable electric generators and more. However, gasoline is highly flammable and can be extremely dangerous if not handled or stored safely. Plenty of fire cases happened to vehicles are caused by gasoline. Following these Gasoline fire safety tips will help protect you and your family. Click Here to Read More
Accidental fire, lightning, explosion or implosion, aircraft damage, and impact damage. Click Here to Read More