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Nittan Europe, a leading manufacturer of conventional and addressable fire detection products sold globally, has launched the SPERA™ analogue addressable fire alarm system, Nittan’s first complete UL approved range. SPERA is a flexible, expandable, highly reliable system developed by Nittan for countries and regions requiring UL approved

Fire services collect facts and figures during responses to alarms from Fire Detection and Alarm Systems. Euralarm has reviewed the different approaches for data collection and analysis in Germany, Great Britain (England), Switzerland, Sweden and Austria (Vorarlberg). A key observation is differences between the examined countries,

Every business in the UK is required to carry out a fire risk assessment, have appropriate fire extinguishers in place, and ensure regular servicing. With the obvious consequences of fire resulting in significant risk of injury to people and property, it means that legislation is strict

Specialist fire testing provider, Exova Warringtonfire, has more than doubled capacity at its Ghent laboratory in response to increased customer demand. The €150,000 investment has seen its modular building facility expand from 300m² to 750m², creating more space for preparation of wall and floor test specimens

C-TEC is exhibiting at two exciting regional industry shows. First up is ISEC, Ireland’s Security and Fire Expo (26-27 April). Hosted at the Citywest Conference in Dublin, ISEC is Ireland’s dedicated event for the Irish fire and security industry. Visit Stand D8 to see C-TEC’s new CAST addressable fire system, its high-performance EN54-23

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

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