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Fire Detection (Within Intruder Alarm)

Smoke Detector

Fire Brigade Response

Wireless Smoke & Heat Detector

Fire Detection incorporated in to an Intruder Alarm is a popular and effective way to detect smoke and fire within your property. There are a range of detectors available inc. Smoke, Heat & Carbon Monoxide detection, hard wired or wireless. There is also the option of retro fitting the wireless detectors to your existing Intruder Alarm System.

If your Intruder Alarm is Monitored then the Fire Brigade can be automatically informed of any activations by our Alarm Receiving Centre.

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Smoke, Heat & CO Detection

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Hard Wired or Wireless

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Fire Brigade Response

 

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Conventional & Addressable Fire Alarms

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Bespoke System Design Specifically for your Property

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Hybrid Systems (Wired & Wireless)

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Complaint with BS5839, The Fire Reform Act & Building Control

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Suitable for HMOs, Large Residential Properties, Care Homes Etc.

 

A complete conventional or addressable Fire Alarm System offers the highest form of fire detection we offer. These systems comprise of automatic detection, manual call points, sounders, fire proof interconnections & an independent control panel. The systems are designed and installed in compliance with BS5839 and are suitable for large residential properties, HMOs & Care Homes Etc.

Conventional System – A radial circuit consisting of multiple detectors corresponding to a zone. The active zone is identified at the control panel, the active detector is identified by an illuminated LED built in to the detector.

Addressable System – A loop (Ring) circuit consisting of multiple detectors corresponding to a zone. The active zone and individual detector is identified at the control panels LCD display. Unlike conventional system you do not need to search the property for the active detector, the information is displayed on the control panel.

Smoke Detector

Smoke Test

Control Panel

Manual Call Point

Sounder Beacon

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Care & Panic Alarms

Wrist Panic Button

Fixed Panic Button

Wireless Panic Pendant

Wireless Keypad

Our care and panic alarm systems are ideal solutions for elderly or disabled people. They have a huge range of features, i.e. Movement Monitoring, Assistance Monitoring & Panic Monitoring.  If the system is remotely monitored via our ARC our operators can talk directly to the occupier and provide assistance. These features help to give the occupier independence and give their loved ones and carers peace of mind. These systems can be standalone or can be added to our Intruder Alarm Systems detailed above. The systems are very flexible and offer the option of remote monitoring through our alarm receiving centre or self monitoring via, Smart Phone Apps & Emails etc.

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Occupant Movement Monitoring

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Remote Assistance via ARC

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Ideal for Assisted Living

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Monitoring

What is Monitoring?

We connect your fire alarm to our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), the ARC then receives any signal your fire alarm sends when it activates, such as fire, fault, sprinkler or suppression activations. When the ARC receive a signal the operator will then inform your nominated keyholders and the emergency services, if your system is registered for this facility. Our monitoring systems are very secure and are available on a number of varied platforms, such as Single Path (Using your phone line, broadband or 3G/Sim Card) or Dual Path (Using a combination of two of the former options e.g. Broadband + 3G).

We always recommend Dual Path as this is the most secure option. If your broadband is down then your signal will be passed to the ARC over the 3G network. Our monitoring service is different from most services offered by other fire & security system providers. When your alarm is activated most monitoring services will just inform your keyholder that your fire alarm has activated. Whereas our monitoring platform can be connected to other systems, such as your sprinkler or other fire suppression systems to inform you if any of these systems have been activated. The operator can then pass on this detailed description to your keyholders, which is very useful when attending the activation. All our Monitoring services using our ARC are fully compliant with British and European Standards such as PD6662:2010, BS8243, EN50131 and BS5979.

Why have your Fire Detection System Monitored?

Remotely monitoring your fire detection system through our ARC offers a number of benefits. If you have a fire alarm activation whilst the building is occupied our monitoring service can ensure the fire brigade is called, this offers increased safety and additional back-up to an occupant dialling 999. In addition to this the monitoring service is also a means of building protection whilst unoccupied. Whilst sounders offer an acceptable form of notification for occupied buildings this is not the case when unoccupied. If a smoke detector is activated whilst the building is unoccupied a signal will be passed to our ARC who are able to contact your keyholders and the emergency services as required.

Maintenance

Maintenance and system servicing are an essential element to any safety or security system. Without regular preventative maintenance the systems performance will be hindered and the system may fail when you need it most. It is also a legal requirement for Fire Alarm systems to be maintained and serviced in accordance with BS 5389 and places the onus on the 'Responsible Person' to ensure this is carried out. All our engineers are provided with the most advanced test equipment on the market and work to the highest standards. This includes using artificial smoke and applied heat to automatic fire detectors to ensure they operate correctly. They are trained to understand that the quality of their work is of the upmost importance. Our maintenance plans offer excellent value for money and second to none customer service, including basic training in the operation of your systems. A current maintenance contract with an approved company like Protex is often a stipulation of many insurance policies, in turn many insurance companies offer a more cost effective policy for clients with a properly maintained system.

Design & Installation

We provide full design and installation services in-house to British and European Standards, for all of our systems.

Repairs

We specialise in the repair and upgrade of existing systems. Our Engineers have years of experience, along with all the latest diagnostic equipment to get your system back to full health.

Commissioning

We provide a full commissioning service for any fire & security system. Our engineers have access to state of the are commissioning software and test equipment.

Keyholding

Our Keyholding service provides an SIA licensed guard to respond to any out of hours alarm activations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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