Kentec control panels installed at Bergen’s new terminal

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A bespoke Kentec safety system is being installed in the new Nkr 4bn (US$475m) Bergen Flesland International Airport in Norway.

The Novec 1230 extinguishing system will be controlled by a Kentec Syncro XT+ network, compromising 11 different control panels, a loop powered status indicator, 16 zone LED indicators and Apollo communications protocol.

Norwegian firm Brannslokkesystemer AS imports, designs and assembles automatic gas and extinguishing systems for the marine and land-based market throughout Norway, and was commissioned to install the systems.

The terminal will treble the airport’s capacity and include a new train line connecting Flesland to Bergen city center.

Written by Kirstie Pickering

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