Linear Heat Detection (LHD) is a versatile and economical fire detection method, designed for use in a wide variety of fire and heat detection applications. Linear heat detection cable is particularly suited for harsh environmental conditions where maintenance access is in an area where there is a requirement to cost-effectively install fire detection in close proximity to a potential hazard. LHD is ideal for semiconductor wet tool exhaust plenum areas, plumbing and wiring areas, and other areas of a semiconductor wet tool, where excessive cost or poor visibility renders flame detectors impractical.
Fire safety systems designed to protect semiconductor manufacturing equipment typically use flame detectors to alert the presence of a fire in a semiconductor tool. These critical devices are a very important part of a semiconductor equipment fire suppression system. There are many different kinds of flame detectors, and it is important to use the right kind of flame detector, and to have it installed in the right place in the tool. Flame detectors are designed to see the heat signatures that are created by flames. Different fuel sources create different flame signatures. It is important that a fire safety system is designed with a flame detector that can see potential flame signatures fueled by the respective chemistry in a semiconductor process tool.
KFPI is a proud distributor and integrator of Hatsuta fire safety equipment, including Hatsuta EWT. All KFPI field technicians are factory trained experts at installation, testing, and certication of Hatsuta equipment. KFPI custom designs and integrates Hatsuta fire safety systems, to provide optimal protection that is specific to semiconductor tools and processes. Hatsuta semiconductor fire safety systems designed and integrated by KFPI, are some of the BEST semiconductor fire safety solutions available, anywhere in the world.