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Your Window Into BERMAD’s High Risk Environment

Giora Cameron
Giora Cameron
24 Nov 2016
Last updated: 31 Aug 2022

Communicating about industrial fire protection equipment can be challenging, because so often the visual element is lacking. Often, concepts that are simple in theory can be very difficult to convey and learn when the only vehicles to communication are wordy descriptions and a few simple diagrams.

Screen Shot 2016-11-27 at 10.38.15 AM-1Our goal at BERMAD is to make things as easy as possible for our customers and all who use our equipment. To that end, we are proud to introduce High Risk Environment, the first interactive learning environment for designers and users of industrial fire protection systems. Our new interactive virtual environment simplifies and clarifies the process of designing and troubleshooting fire protection systems with BERMAD products.

High Risk Environment takes the viewer on a virtual tour of an industrial complex containing nine distinct high risk environments, including:

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  • FPSO Unit
  • Refinery
  • Tunnel
  • Hangars
  • Power Plant
  • Rail Tunnel
  • LNG Terminal
  • Oil Platform
  • Petrochemical Complex

Each virtual high risk environment offers the opportunity to explore and learn about the appropriate BERMAD fire protection equipment in an engaging yet professional way. Visitors can easily access and download the plentiful product data sheets, IOM manuals, case studies, and other documents available about each product. Even more exciting, we have included animated sequences to clearly illustrate exactly how the products work in a real-world context.

We believe the virtual environment approach is a game changer when it comes to designing and communicating about industrial fire protection components, and are proud to be the first in the industry to offer this experience.

We would love to know what you think. We invite you to head on over to explore High Risk Environment for yourself – and be sure to let us know what excites you most about the experience!

Topics: Fire Protection

Giora Cameron

Written by Giora Cameron

Head of Fire Protection Division

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