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Central World shopping center now safe

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2 minutes ago, taichiplanet said:
20 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

publicly assured the sustained safety of the building in accordance with the international safety standards for fire accidents.

so in the last few days they have put in a working alarm system and sprinklers?

It only takes two minutes to switch the fire alarm system on again.

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Sad how I thought the management/ owners of CentralPattana Co. up to international standards- including their Centura Hotels & resorts despite being in a developing country that does not necessarily enforce safety checks on fire escapes, fire extinguishers, or sprinkler systems. Now I trust no company in Thailand. 

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"..hot smoke had arisen from the fire fighting pump room in the B2 basement..."

How ironic that the little they had to fight fire with caused the fire. Amazing Thailand

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Previous it was a waste processing room, probably a garbage press or incinerator, where the fire suppossed to have started.

It baffles me that there are no sprinklers installed in such a facility, especially if it is indoors inside a basement.

 

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6 hours ago, bluesofa said:

And the plan to prevent this happening again is?

 

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Had no idea they had waste processing plant on B2 floor. In light of this they definitely need to redesign the ventilation system so fire in one location can't spread to others.
 
That said - how many buildings have smoke/fire detectors and sprinklers inside air ducts?
 
Basically I'd like to see TV experts to write how they would have done it differently.
 
 
What I know is that advanced HVAC systems and fire detector systems separate the air flow from the affected areas.

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6 hours ago, ezzra said:

If you were to ask last week if Central world is a safe place to shop the answer would be a resounding yes... so what have changed? nothing really...

 

Ignorance is bliss....  :ph34r:

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If the place you are going to hasn't had any accident the past few months, it's probably not safe to go there.

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