As a supplement to thermal cameras, a sniffer system with alarm, can be installed, to monitor small gas leaks from battery in early stage of overheating.
If one of the cameras triggers alarm due to rising temperature, a person with an infrared thermal handgun will be sent to the scene for closer monitoring of the situation. This will only be done if evaluated to be safe.
If the situation escalates into an fire scene:
- Sprinkler system on car deck will be started.
- If possible start to ventilate the smoke out of the car deck.
- Remote operated Brine inject system procedure will start.
The diagram shows a cooling system for cooling the brine. The illustrated cooling system is one possible embodiment but it should be understood that the cooling system may be arranged differently.
The system comprises a closed circuit having a refrigerant such as NH3 (ammonia). The system is not limited to ammonia, it may use any freezing method like e.g. CO2.
Alternatively, the second flexible part may be coupled directly to the storage medium for delivering to the fire extinguishing medium without using the first stationary part. It is hereby achieved that the system can deliver fire extinguishing medium outside the area of the first stationary part.
The idea includes the option, that the tank can be disconnected from the cooling unit. This option makes it possible for the fire departments to be better equipped, in case of a “fire” in electrical cars.
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