International Fire Protection -July 2017 E-Newswire

17th International Water Mist Conference – only 2 months to go!

Only two months to go! Time to pinpoint the highlights and to sum up the…

German and European exhibitors take part in Sydney

Leading European manufacturers head to Sydney, Australia, for the Asia Pacific’s largest emergency management conference…

MDM welcomes new member to the Editorial Team

MDM Publishing Ltd, publishers of International Fire Protection (IFP), International Fire Fighter (IFF), Asia Pacific…

Prepare for Future Incidents at the UK’s Largest Event for Emergency Services

Returning to the NEC, Birmingham, UK from 20th to 21st September 2017, The Emergency Services…

London council pledges £10m for fire safety improvements

Councillors at Brent Council have approved plans for an extra £10 million to be spent…

How to ensure EVERYONE is evacuated safely during a security threat

As the current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is severe, it’s now…

Government to meet safety experts to discuss fire regulations post-Grenfell

Leading safety bodies are set to meet ministers for talks on the UK’s building and…

Nittan’s ‘SPERA’ UL range launched to great acclaim at Firex

Nittan Europe, a leading manufacturer of conventional and addressable fire detection products sold globally, has…

New ISO standard on video fire detectors will help save lives

Early detection of fire and smoke are essential to save lives, property and the environment.…

Euralarm discusses upcoming new study on False Fire Alarms in Europe

Fire services collect facts and figures during responses to alarms from Fire Detection and Alarm…

Over 500 social high-rise buildings to be retrofitted with sprinklers

Following the disastrous fire at Grenfell Tower in London, which has killed at least 80…

Fire Safety Event coming to Manchester

Fire Safety North will be making its debut at EventCity Manchester on 10-11 October offering…

NASFM Foundation Commissions the Most Extensive Literature Review of Building Code “Trade-Offs” To Date

Conducted by researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the first-of-its-kind review finds the trade-offs lack scientific…

Advanced’s Fire Networking is Now Miles More Flexible

Global intelligent fire systems leader Advanced has recently launched a new device that makes its market-leading networking…

A near miss too many?

ASFP COO Niall Rowan comments on recent failures in the quality of construction and fire-stopping…

Latching diaphragm solenoid valve designed for fluid control utilizing minimal power.
TLX Technologies – Addressing thermal requirements in fire protection applications

Products designed for complex environments are required to meet increasing market and regulatory demands for…

Located above the Arctic Circle, Yamal is a ground-breaking project to develop the huge condensate gas fields in the Russian Yamal peninsula. Extreme cold and winds, long periods of darkness, snowfall that never melts, and fog and mist that accumulate and freeze on equipment combine to require high-performance technology such as the Det-Tronics flame and gas detectors specified for the application. (Photo originally used for the Yamal and Adjusting Territories Oil and Gas Investment Projects Report by Vostock Capital.)
Selecting fire and gas detectors for harsh and remote locations

Liquid natural gas (LNG) facilities in the frozen Russian Arctic. Drilling platforms in the swells…

Durham Cathedral founded in 1093 and the latest UNESCO world heritage site.
Yet another world heritage site gets Advanced fire protection

Durham Cathedral, the 1,000-year-old World Heritage Site and one of Britain’s most visited buildings, is…

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