We are delighted to have Paul Orzeske writing the IFP Comment – titled ‘Fire protection in the digital age.’ Paul looks at how the digital age has brought technological advancements that have greatly improved how we perform our work.

This issue is packed full of in-depth and interesting editorial, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as technical fire safety feature articles, this issue will not disappoint.

James McNay questions ‘‘What benefits can flame and gas mapping bring to a hazardous facility?’; Aston Bowles looks at ‘Ensuring fire system effectiveness in historic sites’ and Mark Harris explores ‘From test to reality’

With further ten fantastic articles, the ASFP Comment as well two profiles and four pages of news you can look forward to a magazine designed teach, inform and entertain.

We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to bringing you the next issue of IFP in December which will feature a preview of Intersec taking place in Dubai from January 20th – 22nd 2019.

With the call for sprinklers in buildings on the rise, the design and manufacturing process uses the latest technology to ensure the highest quality and performance is achieved.

Image courtesy of Reliable Sprinkler (UK) Ltd.

Aston Bowles, Witali Engelhardt, Terry Guest, Mark Harris, Richard Holliday, Dr Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter, Günther Keck, James McNay, Paul Orzeske, Niall Rowan, Matthew E. Schumann, Jacob Spector, Scott Starr, Guy Watson, Maximilian Weiss, Richard Wharram.

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