Honeywell

Portable gas monitors give workers the ability to make quick decisions when lives are at risk.
How do I choose the right portable gas monitor?

As a leading developer of portable gas monitors at Honeywell, my team understands how your…

New connected gas detector from Honeywell listens for gas leaks, helping protect against deadly toxic and explosive leaks in industrial operations

Searchzone Sonik™ listens for gas leaks ultrasonically to complement network of fixed gas detectors Honeywell (NYSE:…

Going above and beyond will save lives

Already leading the way for improved home safety, Scotland is to amend a 30-year-old law in order to increase protection levels in all properties across the country. Adrian Keats, from Honeywell’s Home Safety business, is reminding installers throughout the UK of the importance of ensuring homeowners are adequately protected in their homes.

BS 5389 compliant category L1 solution protects life throughout all areas of the building.
Honeywell – Best of breed technology is used at Stallion AI Services

Equine artificial insemination (AI) is becoming increasingly commonplace as a way to breed high calibre…

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Shopping centre sets great store by Honeywell’s life safety technology

Central Milton Keynes Shopping Centre is one of the largest and most popular retail environments…

Honeywell Names New Global Leaders For Security and Fire Businesses

Honeywell, a leader in products, software and technologies for connected buildings and homes, announced today…

Notifier takes up residence at Elmbridge Village

As one of the UK’s most prestigious locations for retirees, Elmbridge Village boasts a range…

Gent by Honeywell has been specified throughout the O2 Arena.
Gent by Honeywell life safety technology keeps the O2 Arena safe and sound

The O2 Arena consists of a hotel, conference centre and 100 serviced residential apartments named…

Honeywell launches new residential safety solution with X-Series fire, smoke and heat alarms
Honeywell launches new residential safety solution with X-Series fire, smoke and heat alarms

Honeywell, which pioneered the first residential carbon monoxide alarm, today launched a new connected home…

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