Learn, learn, learn or teach, teach, teach - there is always a lot going on in an educational institution such as schools and universities. Lecturers, pupils, students and guests attend lectures, do research in laboratories or organize events across the campus. There are canteens, libraries with some very valuable and unique treasures and classic technology rooms for power and network supply on the entire site. Often such facilities have grown over decades or even more than a century, and with them the line networks for energy supply - the state-of-the-art fire detection system is not always fully implemented. An electronic fire can quickly become a costly and unpredictable event here and not only because of the fire damage and extinguishing work, but also the loss of a university's image when the university closes down.
The greatest risks are often where you don't look every day and where the variable components are not regularly accessed or checked. Countless electronic consumers on the premises, a high number of pupils, students and lecturers and an even larger number of electronic consumers such as machines, computers and laboratory technology. Electronic fires in distributors and consumers are among the most common causes of fire worldwide. Overheating in the main and sub-distribution boards and high consumption power can result in fires that pose a great risk to people and property.
Risk factors at school or university: