Clock is Ticking…
"Hot Spot" technology can help direct and motivate building occupants to safety. In a fire emergency,
areas in your home can become unsafe or impassable without fire
When the heat around a LifePath receiver reaches a hazardous temperature, a "Danger" voice message
automatically urges building occupants to leave the area immediately.
Heat is more threatening than flames.
A fire’s heat alone can kill. Room temperatures in a fire
can be 100 degrees at floor level and rise to 600 degrees at
this super hot air will scorch your lungs. This heat can melt
clothes to your skin. In five minutes a room can get so hot that
everything in it ignites at once: this is called flashover.
caption is provided by the United States Fire
& FEMA "This
is Fire" flyer.