The Siren Fire Extinguisher Sends a Distress Signal During Use

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 29, 2015
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The strength of the design of the Siren Fire Extinguisher is in supporting the facility to multitask. In the event of an emergency, many actions need to be undertaken quickly in order to gain control during crises. Jeon Yangwon's idea was to combine the acts of curbing a house fire and sending out a disaster alert, for when this fire retarding contraption is used, a loud horn sound escapes.

While the startling noise may not be recognized by people in the building or neighbors on the street, the din would be sufficiently unsettling to keep everyone on guard. Those living close should come by to survey the situation, introducing other potential helping hands for snuffing out flames or calling the fire department. In public buildings, the Siren Fire Extinguisher would provide an early warning to those in the vicinity before the really shrill alarm sounds.