Fire sprinkler systems provide an additional degree of protection for both life and property above smoke and/or other fire detection systems. A correctly designed and installed sprinkler system can detect and control fire at an early stage of development and activate an alarm. Correct operation of the system will rapidly reduce the production rate of heat and smoke, allowing more time for the occupants to escape safely or be rescued.
We offer a bespoke Design, Supply, Installation, Commissioning & Planned Preventive Maintenance to wide range of Fire Detection & Alarm Systems that are available on the market to include all protocols.
Fire Detection & Alarm Systems play a major role in the protection of life and premises.
We understand the importance of keeping your Life Safety Systems fully operational and reacting to your needs for full compliance to the relevant British Standards – BS5839 Pt1:2017
Installed and maintained in accordance with BS5306, Fire Extinguishers are portable devices used to extinguish small fires or reduce their destruction before firefighters arrive at the scene. These are kept handy at places, namely fire points, in buildings, factories, public paces or transportation. The types and numbers of extinguishers legally required for an area are governed by the safety regulations in force in that area.
Wet/Dry Risers & Fire Hydrants are Installed, serviced and maintained in accordance with BS9990:2015.
A dryriser is a normally empty pipe that can be externally connected to a pressurized water source by firefighters. However, in buildings that extend to more than 50m above the rescue service vehicle access level a wet riser is required to pump the required pressure to charge the riser and ensure an immediate supply of water.
A fire hydrant is a visible fixture placed inside or outside a building, parking area, industrial area, mine, roadside, etc. that is connected to the municipal or a private water service network. Fire hydrants are designed to instantly provide the water required by fire fighters to extinguish a fire.
Installed and maintained in accordance with BSEN 15004-1 Gas Fire Suppression systems are ideal for protecting assets where water may pose a risk such as IT, Data and Communication areas.
Installed and maintained in accordance with LPCB 1223 and UL standard 300A, wet chemical systems such as Ansul R102 or Amerex are the most commonly used fire suppression system to extinguish kitchen fires.
Installed and maintained in accordance with BS EN 50133- part 1 Access control is a security technique that can be used to regulate who or what can view or use resources. Physical access control limits access to campuses, buildings, rooms and physical IT assets. Logical access limits connections to computer networks, system files and data.
Installed and maintained in accordance with BS EN 62676-4 CCTV (closed-circuit television) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV relies on strategic placement of cameras, and observation of the camera's input on separately located monitors.