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BRE’s 2017 Fire Research Conference brings together its most diverse programme of papers yet on contemporary fire engineering challenges, ranging from space travel and airports, to photovoltaic energy and product regulation in the wake of BREXIT. Featuring guest speakers alongside BRE fire engineers and investigators, other

C-TEC will once again be exhibiting at Firex International, Europe’s largest fire safety show. Centre stage will be CAST, C-TEC’s revolutionary new own-protocol fire alarm and detection system. Created to meet demand for powerful yet cost-effective addressable fire systems, CAST panels are designed to integrate seamlessly

NFPA member E2S Warning Signals is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of audible and visual warning signals for use in fire detection systems installed in commercial, industrial and hazardous areas. On Booth 1117 at the NFPA Show, 04 – 07 June, Boston MA, E2S will

Product safety is more important than ever. Stahl’s sustainable flame retardants help to prevent fires from starting and increase valuable escape time when fires do start. Chemical company Stahl recently expanded its portfolio of water-based flame retardants with performance coatings, additives and polymer dispersions that

A leading Barchester Healthcare home has selected C-TEC’s innovative Quantec addressable call system. Located in the heart of Chichester, Marriott House and Lodge is set in a village-style community designed to promote independence within a safe and caring environment. Amida Fire, the Hertfordshire-based life-safety specialists, specified Quantec to replace the existing conventional

Global fire suppression manufacturer Firetrace International can now offer an entire family of UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) R107 approved systems for buses and coaches. A significant development for the bus industry, this complete collection of systems affords manufacturers the flexibility they have been

The value of active fire protection systems such as sprinklers is well-known in most industrialized countries. Recognition of fire-limiting construction – passive fire protection – for the building envelope is also growing. Despite these advancements, building owners are still missing out on a key property