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SDiB is the leading debating platform for safety and fire professionals in the construction industry. Initiated in collaboration with Intersec in 2012, the Safety Design in Buildings Campaign debates safety standards and practices in the built environment. Expert Talks discuss improved protection of people and

When the risk from fire to property and critical business processes is at the highest levels, ‘Water Deluge’ has an exceptional track record of effectiveness as a fire suppression system. Now Reliable’s latest FM approved fire protection valve, the ‘DDV’ sets new standards for performance,

Leading property maintenance provider Horbury Property Services has been successful in becoming an approved fire safety contractor on the procurement framework Re:allies. Re:allies is a partnership between Procure Plus, Efficiency North and the Central Housing Investment Consortium and has selected approved companies across four areas of

As a result of continued basic and applied research, combined with independent laboratory studies, NFS, USA is pleased to announce the launch of its latest class of fire suppression product, NHS technology. Also, they announce James & Philips International (JPI), UAE as their Commercialisation Partner. Dr K. C. Adiga,

World leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining systems launches latest innovation for European fire protection market New DN25/1-inch grooved product line includes RG2100 Cam Grooving Tool which cuts pipe preparation time in half Use of Victaulic’s new patented Innovative Groove System (IGS) eliminates oil drippings

The European fire and security Industry has now strengthened its voice at European level and consolidated its European representation, in preparation for upcoming challenges at regulatory, technological and political levels. The new section within Euralarm will help shape the future of the fire extinguishing business

Johnson Controls has announced that its Tyco® EG-25 Sprinkler Guard is the first FM-approved guard on the market to meet FM Global design guidelines and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements for using a listed guard in areas where sprinklers are exposed to potential damage. The

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