Fire Detection for Automotive

Industry | Automotive

Many processes in the manufacturing of automobiles involve the presence of combustible gases that create a fire risk. Fire or explosions may damage equipment or the facility as a whole, and can be a threat to the lives of personnel. Learn more about Desu Systems and our solutions for fire detection in the automotive industry by contacting us.


When the automated fuel pump fills the automobile’s gas tank at the end of the production process, fuel may spill and accumulate, creating a fire risk. In addition, electrostatic spray booths are also a source of combustible gases. The paint source, which is an electrically charged powder, creates a risk of fire or explosion. Flames must be detected as early as possible to prevent a fully-fledged fire.

Fire Detection for Automotive

Industry | Engine Test Benches

Engine test benches can reach temperatures up to 800°C during engine safety checks, thus creating a high fire risk. Fire detection systems are necessary to protect personnel and valuable equipment.


Fire detection and suppression solutions must be able to detect flames at the earliest stages, before a fire spreads and causes damage to expensive equipment or endangers the lives of employees. The equipment must be able to function at high temperatures.

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Are you looking for Spectrex SharpEye flame detection or Spectrex Quasar SafEye open path gas detection? look no further! We always have hundreds of Spectrex flame- and open path detectors in stock! In urgent need for a kitchen fire suppression system? We also have hundreds of Buckeye Kitchen Mister fire suppression systems in stock!

ESP Safety point gas detectors and Hansentek spark & ember detectors are available from us with short lead times. We offer tailor made solutions using Sensia thermal imaging camera’s for flame- and gas detection, gas quantification, flare monitoring and methane emission monitoring.

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