We design, manufacture, and supply heat detection systems for industrial applications.
Patol, founded in 1968, have strong domestic and export business experience. We supply our specialist fire safety products and services to customers across several continents, for use in cable tunnels, conveyors, atmospheric storage tanks and more.
The particular requirements of national standards, client specifications, or project needs are a standard aspect of our design and engineering service, ensuring that your requirements are always met. All of our products are designed to detect heat, giving early warning of the risk of fire so you can respond before any serious damage is done.
Whether you require a single product or a bespoke solution, we will provide the ideal system for your needs.
Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC)
Patol offer a range of Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC) systems to provide early detection of overheating, including Analogue Cable, Digital Cable and Line Type LHD.
Our LHDC products detect fire and overheating in circumstances where other forms of detection would not be viable, either due to an inability to sustain the environmental conditions, or prohibitive costs. This means that you can protect against the threat of fire in even the most harsh environments.
Infrared Transit Heat Sensors
A Patol Infrared Transit Heat Sensor can provide heat detection on conveyor systems, which are susceptible to conditions of excessive heat. It is designed to monitor and detect ‘hot spots' and embers from materials such as coal, biomass or recycled waste being transported on conveyors.
By providing early warning protection, this can prevent catastrophic fire damage and consequential losses.
Thermal Imaging Heat Detection
In many industries, there is an increased fire risk due to a concentration of highly combustible materials that, when combined, can generate high levels of heat.
Through Patol's Thermal Imaging Heat Detection solutions, you can monitor operations around the clock, detecting any increases in heat that might lead to spontaneous combustion. Our thermal imaging cameras can be used for applications such as the transport industry, including road tunnels, airports, and railways.