Building Protection System 2017-12-28T17:15:34+00:00


Buildings have to be consistently evaluated largely on a case-by-case basis because buildings might vary in their “tightness”: that is, their resistance to infiltration of outside air, leakiness of their air transport systems, location, the degree of physical security and easiness of access to outsiders, training of the occupants, options for personal protection purpose, and ability of surrounding resources to actually respond to an incident.

Buildings however do not merely provide shelter for and enable the performance of their occupants; they are built in order to resist damage from fire, earthquakes, wind, and other hazards. Safety measures in buildings normally will help to reduce the probability of injury to occupants and thereby minimize the disruption of operations in the facilities. However, threats to buildings are not just limited to natural and industrial disasters and unintentional releases of hazardous substances.

Biological threat agents that are posing threats to buildings include bacteria (vegetative and spores), viruses, and products of such organisms as toxins. They can be delivered as nonvolatile particulates or suspended liquids. They can provide a cause that will cause the wall and paint to start mold down and finally the appearance of the building would be in jeopardy. Bacterial will also damage your painting and the look of the wall and turning them into a sore sight.

Disease-causing organisms that are most likely to be used as threat agents include bacteria in vegetative or spore form and viruses. These threat agents can be very persistent—that is, they can remain infective for a relatively long time—or no persistent depending on their innate properties, environmental conditions, and whether they have been processed to enhance their stability. This thing can sometimes cause infection even to the people who are staying in the building.

This is considered as potentially problematic in buildings where the air intakes are not being properly elevated, increasing the possibility that the contents of the plume that could infiltrate the building. However, such gases might not distribute readily during that particular moment.

Other than that it is important to protect the building because considering the changing weathers in Malaysia that is always influence by the constant changes in their climate from hot weather to rainy season might slowly cause your buildings to slowly grows mold and corrosion to their structure which have been proven to be a major impact that will pose dangers to the person that are currently living in the building. The changing weathers can also cause the newly painted building to slowly turn gradually ugly as time passed by.

The need to protect a building from different threat types is commonly driven by its mission and operations. To design an appropriate system, the ultimate goals of protection must be defined first by the owners, and the factors that limit its design and implementation (for example, building procurement and type, costs) have to be considered too.

So in order for you to get this service that will not only satisfy what you need and made a proper safety precaution for the community you can also call us now in order to enquire the type of services and solutions that you require so that we could prepare something that is tailor-made for your requirement, and also get your building protection system with us for a proper building protection management procedures.