The Malaysian firm announced via a LinkedIn post that it had successfully completed "performance-based design solutions" for TF AMD Microelectronics in Penang, Malaysia
Malaysian-based fire engineering safety firm Solver Fire Engineering Consultant has announced the successful completion of Performance-Based design solutions for the TF AMD microelectronics focated in Batu Kawan, Penang.
The company explained this was to address the non-compliance issue within its building through Performance-Based Approach (#PBA) submission to BOMBA.
In a post on LinkedIn, the company said: "This successful milestone was a result of working alongside esteemed partners, BL&H Architects, HPM Consultant and Kok Construction. The five-story factory building, spanning 1.5 million sqft fand occupying approximately 5.67 hectares, is a state-of-the-art assembly and test service provider for high-performance computing and communication solutions, represents the technological advancement in the semiconductor industry."
Spanning 1.5 million sqft fand occupying approximately 5.67 hectares, this is a state-of-the-art assembly and test service provider for high-performance computing
- Company announcement
Recently, the Solver team attended and assisted the BOMBA inspection prior to the issuance of Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC). The highlight of the inspection was when they tested the aspirating smoke detector (ASD) in the cleanroom.
Cleanrooms must remain particle-free to meet stringent industry standards. The ASD's sensitivity ensures that any potential fire or smoke event is detected at its early stage, allowing for rapid and precise response.
The LinkedIn post continued: "We look forward to anticipate more opportunities to serve and lead in the field of fire engineering."