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LSOH product usage in Railway stations and airports
These buildings are commonly quite crowded with people who are not familiar with the building's fire alarms and escape routes. Moreover many of the people speak a different language. These factors could cause confusion and delay in escape.
LSOH product usage in High-rise buildings
In these buildings the speed of evacuation is critical and the route to safe areas is commonly very long. Cables may be installed in vertical ducts that work like a chimney distributing smoke and gasses to each floor.
LS0H product usage in museums and historical buildings
Many of those buildings date back several centuries and are not designed to enable a quick escape of people in case of fire; moreover they are often crowded. It is also desirable to protect the historical artefacts/exhibits in case of fire with reduced exposure to smoke and acidic gases.
LS0H product usage in shopping centres
These buildings are designed to hold large numbers of people who are not familiar with the building's fire alarms and escape routes, potentially causing delays during an evacuation.