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Fire Alarm Systems

Fire Alarm System Is Designed To Alert Us To An Emergency So That We Can Take Action To Protect Ourselves, Staff And The General Public.

Fire Alarms Are Found In Offices, Factories, And Public Buildings, They Are A Part Of Our Everyday Routine But Are Often Overlooked Until There Is An Emergency At Which Point, They Might Just Save Our Lives.

Whatever The Method Of Detection Is, If The Alarm Is Triggered, Sounders Will Operate To Warn People In The Building That There May Be A Fire And To Evacuate.

The Fire Alarm System May Also Incorporate A Remote Signal System Which Could Then Alert The Civil Defense Via A Central Station.

The “Brain” Of The Fire Detector System Is The Fire Alarm Control Panel. It Is The Central Hub For All Of The Detector Signals To Be Wired To And Provides A Status Indication To The Users.

The Unit Can Also Be Set Up To Simulate An Alarm For Use In Routine Fire And Evacuation Drills, So All Staff Knows What Action To Take In The Event Of A Real Fire.


Different Types Of Fire Alarm Detectors:

  • Heat Detectors
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Multi-Sensor Detectors
  • Manual Call Points

Different Types Of Fire Alarm Systems:

  • Conventional
  • Addressable
  • Intelligent


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