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Linear Heat Detection for Void Areas

Linear Heat Detection for Void Areas

Suspended ceilings, also known as dropped or false ceilings, are secondary ceilings that are suspended from the structure above. Suspended ceilings do not just create a more aesthetic finish, they also create a void that provides a useful space.

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VESDA Detector Replacement Program

VESDA Detector Replacement Program

As detection technology advances, smoke and heat detection becomes increasingly sophisticated. New methods, components and algorithms mean that fire detection is more efficient, more reliable and more cost-effective than ever before.

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Fire Alarm Systems - Museums

Fire Alarm Systems - Museums

A museum is a building which houses objects of a cultural, artistic, historical or scientific nature which are stored and exhibited. Museums are permanent institutions within society and are open to the public, whereby a lot of research, exhibitions, committees and academic trips are carried out.

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Where to Install Domestic CO Alarms

Where to Install Domestic CO Alarms

In order to protect domestic environments from smoke, fire and carbon monoxide, it is essential that alarms are installed correctly. If systems are incorrectly installed, homeowners and their families and pets become at risk of smoke inhalation, carbon monoxide poisoning and death. In particular, knowing where to install CO alarms correctly can make all the difference.

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Linear Heat Detection for Electrical Cupboards

Linear Heat Detection for Electrical Cupboards

An electrical cupboard is an enclosure used to mount switches, displays and dials in order to prevent electric shock and protect the contents from the environment. Electrical enclosures can either be located indoors or outdoors and must adhere to a variety of regulations and requirements in order to keep people and the environment safe.

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