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Apollo to showcase next generation product at Security Essen 2016

Apollo Fire Detectors, specialists in the design and manufacture of high quality fire detection products, will be showcasing their comprehensive range of products on stand 3B14 at Security Essen.

The new SOTERIA® range is the next generation in fire detection technology and is designed to improve detection, reduce false alarms and deliver improved reliability. SOTERIA® is the start of an on-going technology innovation at Apollo. The detectors have been extensively tested by the Apollo in-house testing team with facilities that boast some of the most advanced private testing equipment in the UK.

Alongside SOTERIA® is Apollo’s enhanced protocol aptly named CoreProtocol®, the next generation in fire loop communication from Apollo giving greater control and more loop power. The new protocol builds on the established capabilities of XP95 and Discovery; with forward and backwards compatibility and the ability to manage a significantly increased number of devices.

As well as the introduction of new products, Apollo will have their new 2016/17 Product Catalogue available, a crucial guide for anyone who specifies or installs fire detection equipment. The catalogue features all of Apollo’s detection equipment, system components and specialist devices suitable for a wide range of environments from marine to industrial.

Speaking about Apollo exhibiting at this year’s Security Essen Ed Browning, Sales and Marketing Director at Apollo said: “We are delighted to be able to show the SOTERIA® range of fire detection equipment at Security Essen, adding to the established range of products we manufacture in the UK. The SOTERIA® product range represents a significant innovation in the market place and is the result of close collaboration with our customers and partners.”

For further information, visit www.apollo-feuer.de (German Version) or www.apollo-fire.co.uk (English Version).

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