Train and underground stations

The affluence of people at train and metro stations calls for a tailored protection capable of controlling possible outbreaks at the earliest possible stage. In this way it prevents the panic that is generated in underground spaces and improves the evacuation of these zones.

Protecting stations involves both circulation areas and passenger access and use areas such as concourse areas, bathrooms, hallways, shopping areas and platforms.

These various areas and great their variety in terms of size requires detailed study, especially in special-risk areas such as transformers, generators, HVAC machinery rooms, technical rooms, warehouses of all kinds, etc. Certain hazards require protection involving general application in an entire space, while others require local application over the risk such as escalators, moving walks, moving walkways and lifts.

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Train and underground station protection

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