Fire Protection System

Smoke Spill System

Innovative Smoke Spill System in Malaysia

Our highly qualified team of engineers and technicians at Palcon work closely with you on every aspect of your smoke spill system’s design and installation process to ensure your complete satisfaction every step of the way.

With our accumulated industry experience of over 40 years, our reputable team has the necessary knowledge and expertise to deliver projects of various sizes. Moreover, we continuously strive to meet your requirements, planned budget, and schedule.

Smoke Spill Systems in Malaysia: What Are They?

The smoke spill system in Malaysia is a recent innovation usually found in car parks. Its two main functions are to provide day-to-day ventilation to control carbon monoxide (CO) levels and provide emergency smoke extraction in the event of a fire.

Thus, facilitating the escape of car park users and access to the fire service. The system can be located either inside or outside the fire danger area and should be specified accordingly for precautions.

Importance of Smoke Spill System

To keep smoke spill fans running for as long as possible, the motor, power supply, power cable and canvas must be fire-rated, and there should not be any overload relay to stop the fans from functioning. It requires an occasional check-up to ensure it is running smoothly at all times.

Smoke Spill System Components in Malaysia

  • Smoke Spill System Control Panel
  • Supply or Fresh Air Fan
  • Smoke Extract or Exhaust Fan
  • Fire-Rated Motor with Impeller
  • Fire-Rated Damper (if applicable)
  • Fire-Rated Duct
  • Fire Compartment Wall
  • Fire-Rated Cable

Excellent Ventilation with Palcon’s Smoke Spill System

Smoke spill systems enable exceptional smoke control, managing carbon monoxide (CO) levels, minimising damage to the building’s interior, and offering an effective smoke extraction process. Our mechanical smoke spill systems ensure better escape ability for occupants by mitigating the spread of smoke and clearing the evacuation route.


Smoke spill systems are usually installed in closed compartmental areas such as basement carparks, auditoriums, protected stairways, internal corridors, and firefighting lobbies.

There are three types of ventilation systems for smoke control, namely:

  • Smoke ventilation systems
  • Natural ventilation systems
  • Mechanical ventilation systems

No, they do not. Smoke spill systems provide natural ventilation in their default mode, drawing out smoke and continuously supplying fresh air into the compound.

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