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Linear Heat Detection for Toxic or Fuel Waste Drum Storage

Linear Heat Detection for Toxic or Fuel Waste Drum Storage

Drums, or barrels, are often used to store liquids for transport or storage. Drums are typically made from plastic or steel and can contain anything from whisky and beer to crude oil, fuels and toxic waste.

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Fire Alarm Systems - Bus Stations

Fire Alarm Systems - Bus Stations

A bus, or coach, station is a building or structure where city or intercity coaches and buses stop to drop off and pick up passengers. Bus stations are also commonly known as depots, terminals or garages and are typically much larger than bus stops that are found on the side of the road.

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Fire Alarm Systems - Train Stations

Fire Alarm Systems - Train Stations

A train station is a facility where trains regularly stop to load or unload passengers or freight. Train stations typically have at least one track-side platform and a station building or depot. Most train stations have other facilities such as ticket booths, waiting rooms, restrooms and, in some cases, shops and restaurants.

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Linear Heat Detection for Lofts and Attic Spaces

Linear Heat Detection for Lofts and Attic Spaces

A loft is an upper storey attic space or storage area in a building, just under the roof. In British buildings, lofts are usually accessed via a hatch and using a ladder or semi-permanent stairway. In the UK lofts are typically used as storage but are sometimes converted to rooms.

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Fire Alarm Systems - Apartment Blocks

Fire Alarm Systems - Apartment Blocks

Apartment blocks, commonly known as flats in the UK, are residential buildings that are divided into multiple dwellings, usually over a number of storeys. These buildings can vary in size and range from small low-rise structures to colossal skyscrapers. Currently, the tallest residential building is 432 Park Avenue in New York which stands at 426m tall and features 125 apartments across 96 floors.

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