Fire Detection System

Fire Detection System

are designed to discover fires early in their development when time will still be available for the safe evacuation of occupants. Early detection also plays a significant role in protecting the safety of emergency response personnel. Property loss can be reduced and downtime for the operation minimized through early detection because control efforts are started while the fire is still small. Most alarm systems provide information to emergency responders on the location of the fire, speeding the process of fire control.


Heat detector, Smoke detector, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Multi-Sensor Detectors.

Fire Alarm Control Panel

It is the “Brain” of the fire detector system. It is the central hub for all of the detector signals to be wired to and provides a status indication to the users

Fire Alarms

These inform people when all is well, when an event is underway, and when a maintenance issue is detected. Indicators can alert people in the building and at remote locations, including emergency responders, to an issue. They include the noise, light, and combination alarms which can come in weatherproof or hazardous location housing.(images)

  • Bells
  • Chimes
  • Horns
  • Voice Evacuation Systems

Manual Call Points

is a device for the manual initiation of an alarm. Manual fire alarm activation is typically achieved through the use of a pull station, which then sounds the evacuation alarm for the relevant building or zone.