FIRE DETECTION, ALARM AND SUPRESSION
The primary purpose of a fire alarm system is to provide an early warning of a fire so that occupants of a building can be evacuated and action taken to stop the fire as soon as possible, all according to a predetermined plan.
Alarms may be raised automatically by smoke detectors, heat detectors, or manually by a person operating a manual call point.
To ensure an alarm is dealt with in an orderly manner, it is important to know where the alarm is coming from. To aid this function, fire alarm systems are usually split into zones, each covering a different area of a building.
When an alarm has been raised, the fire alarm panel responds by indicating the zone in which the alarm has occurred and activating all relevant sounders, bells and other alarm outputs to provide a warning of the fire.
Commercial, Industrial and Domestic Fire, Detection, Alarm and Suppression Systems
- All systems installed and maintained to the latest British Standards
- Conventional systems
- Analogue systems
- Addressable systems
- Wireless systems
- Automatic smoke, heat and flame detection
- Aspirating smoke detection systems
- Remotely monitored systems
- Audible, visual & voice evacuation alarm signals
- DDA compliant systems
- Fire extinguishers
- Fire blankets
- Emergency lighting
- Fire & safety sign installation
- Refuge systems
Our experienced surveyors are able to advise you on all types of fire and security systems, in order to provide you with the optimum level of security at the right price to suit your budget.