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This issue features a special Show Preview of the Fire Sprinkler International conference and exhibition taking place in Munich from 19th – 20th April. Alan Brinson, Executive Director of the European Sprinkler Network provides an overview of the event which is followed by the exhibitor showcase.
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.
Steve Brown, Managing Director EMEA of Apollo Fire Detectors opens the issue with the IFP Comment entitled ‘Fresh Standards will Reduce False Alarms and Protect Lives’ which looks at the hot topic of false alarms and what the industry is doing to tackle the issue.
Jesse A. Heitz presents the final part of his article on ‘Heavy Timber 101 – Performance’ and Mike Ward from Coopers Fire looks at how fire and smoke curtains offer an innovative fire safety solution in his article ‘Assured performance in public spaces’.
With a further eleven articles as well as profiles and news.
We hope you enjoy this issue.
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