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[caption id="attachment_10555" align="alignleft" width="300"] Kentec is highlighting intelligence and innovation across their sector leading ranges at this year’s Firex International.[/caption] Kentec Stand E125 at Firex International, 20-22 June 2017, Excel London Life Safety System Specialists Kentec will be highlighting intelligence and innovation across their sector leading ranges of EN, UL & FM, Marine, Analogue, Conventional

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

Kentec Electronics Ltd. is one of the World’s leading manufacturers of fire detection and alarm control panels, offering one of the most comprehensive ranges of EN, UL & FM, Marine, Analogue, Conventional and Extinguishant Fire Control Panel solutions available, including its market leading Syncro and

Visitors will be able to see some of the latest fire safety products from Kentec Electronics Ltd., one of the World’s leading manufacturers of fire detection and alarm control panels. Kentec has the most comprehensive range of conventional, analogue, addressable and extinguishant control panels available. On display at Dubai will be

A major expansion by the UK’s leading gym operator has seen new fire safety systems, using Kentec fire alarm control panels, installed in new premises across the country to protect users and staff. The Gym Group is the UK’s largest gym operator with in excess of 500,000 members, just six years after it first opened its doors. The

The prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum, the UK’s largest motor museum and home to the country’s most comprehensive collection of the World’s greatest cars, is being protected by a new fire safety system that includes a Kentec fire alarm control panel. Following a recent £5m refurbishment, the prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum, at Sparkford in Somerset, now allows its more