Our fire alarm systems allow for the earliest detection time in the event of a fire and immediate evacuation of a building using integration of access control systems and emergency lighting.
Our multi detector system has sounder/strobe/smoke/heat detector all in one device feature making it very versatile in achieving the correct sound level and fire response in every room of the building.
serviced by our BAFE trained engineers your fire protection can range from a multi zone addressed system to a handfull of smoke alarms.
We supply, install and service all types of systems. These include Conventional, Analogue and Addressable Systems.
Fire alarms come in several different types that warn us of impending danger with horns, sirens, bells, chimes, beeping, and now even voice fire alarms. According to whether you are a large building such as a school or a private home having some type of fire alarm in the area is essential for saving lives in case of a fire.
If you are in a large school or department store you will probably have noticed the fire alarms throughout the building. There should also be important information listed as to how to evacuate the building in case of fire. When the fire alarm goes off the signal is sent to the local fire department, police and emergency personnel. The sound will be heard throughout the building so everyone will be able to get out of the building.
In our homes, fire alarms are usually in the form of smoke detectors. Many people do not really worry about any type of fire alarm in their homes. Most homes should in fact have a smoke detector in their homes, but they are not maintained. These types of fire alarms need batteries replaced on a regular basis to ensure that they are working properly. The main types of smoke detectors for the home include standard battery-operated alarms, 10-year battery-operated alarms, and another type that operates on the homes electrical system. But remember all fire alarms need to be tested, batteries replaced and maintained as instructed with the manual.
From small shops & offices to medium sized buildings, conventional fire alarm systems are a cost effective way to ensure you have a means of detecting & waning of fire. Numerous detectors can be installed on zones, when a detector is triggered the fire alarm control panel will indicate which zone has been triggered, giving you or the fire brigade an indication of the area of activation.
Having the right fire alarm system in place is your 1st priority, but great consideration should be given to the response of an alarm out of working hours. For a small fee we can connect your fire alarm system to the renowned CSL Dualcom network, this will ensure that the Fire Brigade or a 3rd party is contacted at all times helping prevent a catastrophe happening when your building is empty or confusion is caused during a fire.
Routine inspection – the regular testing and inspection of fire alarm systems to BS5839 Part 1 2002. Inspections are either quarterly or six-monthly depending on the type of system you have and the environment in which it is installed. Our engineers carry out all tests and inspections required to confirm the correct operation of the system. We also check for changes in the building use or structural changes that may affect the design or effectiveness of the alarm system.
Modification work – extension and modification of existing systems to meet changing needs within a property. Improvement and updating of equipment to minimise unwanted and false alarms. All work is completed to our installation department procedures and system records are updated to suit.