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A ban on fitting sprinklers in ammonia refrigeration machinery rooms has been lifted. EN 378-3 has been updated and the 2016 edition removes the ban. This was a success achieved by the collaboration of EFSN members in several countries and could not have been achieved by

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) has released a mini-documentary video on its YouTube channel and website called ‘The need for qualified fire alarm technicians explained in 9 minutes’.  In just 9 short minutes, the video aims to do just that. The video explores the skills gap

On Booth 1639 at OTC, held from 01 – 04 May in Houston TX, E2S Warning Signals are demonstrating a selection of its portfolio of more than 250 different explosion proof and intrinsically safe warning devices for use in hazardous locations. E2S alarm horns, PA

Warrington Certification has launched new Certifire schemes for pivots and door handles on fire doorsets. The UKAS accredited Technical Schedules (TS’s), which have been developed in response to industry demand, include four new TS’s covering top and bottom pivots, electromechanical locks, handles and variable geometry hinges. For

Apollo Fire Detectors has reinforced its commitment to promoting best practice in industry training by achieving Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation for two courses offered by the company. Delivered at Apollo Fire Detectors’ Havant headquarters, the two courses aim to help boost the understanding of how

Kentec gas extinguishing fire safety panels are playing an important role helping protecting Specsavers’ new £12 million West Midland manufacturing and distribution centre. A new fire safety system, designed and installed by life safety systems specialists Leader Systems LLP, comprises Kentec K11031 M2 Sigma XT Automatic three zone Extinguishant Control Panels with Apollo conventional Series 65

The International Lighting Fixture Design Conference took place over two days in February 2017 and included a presentation by David Mudd, of Lux-TSI, on 'Thermoplastic Diffusers - How to stay compliant'. The presentation was given as direct result of confusion and uncertainty from within in the lighting industry itself, about TPa and TPb