Smoke Detection and Sprinkler LabJuly 18, 2023
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2023
- Location: Seneca - Newham Campus - 1750 Finch Ave. East, Toronto, ON M2J 2X5
- Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. | Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. | Breakfast will be provided and Sponsored by Xtralis | Hybrid Event
- Certificate: A certificate of attendance will be issued by CFSA following the session. This session may qualify for continuing professional development hours for designations (i.e., OACETT, CFAA, NICET CFPS, CFEI, etc.).
- Members: $70.00 (taxes extra)
- Non-Members $85.00 (taxes extra)
- Students: $40.00 (taxes extra)
- Virtual - CFSA Members: $30. 00 (taxes extra)
- Virtual - Non-Members: $45.00 (taxes extra)
Hosted at the lab facilities at Seneca College, School of Fire Protection Engineering Technology, this half day education session will give attendees the opportunity to experience smoke detection and sprinkler systems in action! This event will include presentations and live demonstrations on aspirating smoke detection systems and sprinkler systems from two industry experts. This is a unique opportunity to see live demonstrations of fire protection systems. Virtual option is available for those unable to attend in person as space is limited.
Aspirating Smoke Detection presented by Mike Clouthier
Topics will include:
- Evolution of Aspirating Smoke Detection
- Advantages of Early Warning Detection
- Testing of Aspirating Smoke Detection
- Add-ons to Aspirating Smoke Detection
- What’s next for Early Warning Detection
Mike Clouthier has over 25 years’ experience in Fire Protection. He has worked in sales and operations. With fire alarm, sprinkler and special hazards. For manufacturers and service companies. Mike is committed to fire protection as demonstrated by his work with the Canadian Fire Alarm Association and the Canadian Fire Safety Association. He joined Xtralis (VESDA) back in 2019 and currently is their Canadian National Sales Manager.
Sprinkler Systems presented by Scott Pugsley
Topics will include:
- Review Wet and Dry Fire Sprinkler System requirements
- Hands-on experiences with system operation, inspection and maintenance
- Evaluate primary differences between various Automatic Fire Sprinkler heads
- Investigate Automatic Fire Sprinkler head discharge patterns
- Review various obstructions to Fire Sprinkler head discharge
Mr. Scott Pugsley currently serves as a full-time Professor and the Industry Coordinator for the School of Fire Protection Engineering Technology, within the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology at Seneca Polytechnic. Scott has been involved in the fire protection industry for over 29 years. He holds a NICET level IV certification in Water-Based Fire Protection Systems Layout, 427A certificate with Skilled Trades Ontario, and a formal education from Seneca Polytechnic’s Fire Protection Engineering Technology program with Honours.
Thank you to our Sponsor:
This session may qualify for continuing professional development hours for designations (i.e., OACETT, CFAA, NICET CFPS, CFEI, etc.).