South-Tek Systems

Booth #857 – Wet, dry or pre-action; every fire protection system is at risk of experiencing corrosion. It is one of the most important issues facing our industry today. South-Tek Systems manufactures state-of-the-art technology specializing in corrosion inhibition. But what is the driving force behind corrosion? The answer is oxygen. Wherever oxygen interfaces with metal and water, there will be corrosion. That is why South-Tek Systems’ safe, green, cost-efficient solutions are what Europe has been waiting for.

NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc.

Booth #1416 – New RMR for Fire Systems Dealers Replacing POTs with Code-Compliant Cell/IP Alarm Reporting

StarLink Fire Dual Path Cell/IP Communicator’s low-cost and easy 15-minute installation, requiring no power supply and no conduit, makes these universal cellular/IP commercial fire alarm Communicators an excellent choice to ensure 12V/24V FACPs, old and new, keep communicating in an emergency, despite rapidly vanishing availability of costly leased landlines. Upgrade any fire alarm system using 4/2 or Contact ID to meet today’s codes, including UL864 10th Edition and NFPA 72 Editions 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, and enable them to securely communicate in a life safety emergency to any central station. They offer the broadest, most reliable nationwide coverage footprint, using either of the nation’s 2 largest cyber-protected multibillion-dollar cellular nationwide networks, for maximum security & liability protection. StarLink Fire Communicators replace 2 POTs lines per Fire Panel and save customers $1000’s each year, while creating new fire RMR for dealers.


Booth #1115 – FM-200™ Protecting Billions in Irreplaceable Assets Around the World
We estimate that there are more than a billion cubic feet of critical space protected against fire by FM-200 systems around the world; that is equivalent to over 18,000 football fields covered in computers full of irreplaceable data.


Booth #2031 – Firetrace, the world leader in special hazard fire protection, has this year launched an innovative new system that brings a fresh dimension to the automatic fire suppression industry.


Booth #1207 – E2S is the world’s leading independent warning signals manufacturer with over 25 years of engineering expertise. Our worldwide approved products combine the latest technology with leading industrial design and build quality to deliver signals you can depend on.


Booth #1207 – Det-Tronics, a global leader in industrial hazard safety solutions, has been providing reliable flame detection, gas detection and hazard mitigation systems for high-risk processes and critical industrial operations for 45 years. The company designs, manufactures and commissions certified SIL 2-capable flame and gas detection solutions. Det-Tronics products carry performance and safety certifications from globally recognized third-party testing agencies and approval bodies.

Protectowire FireSystems

Booth #1140 – Protectowire FireSystems, the first in linear heat detectors, and the leading manufacturer of Special Hazard Linear Heat Detection Systems is pleased to announce the release of our FM Approved and UL Listed Protectowire Interface Module PIM-530. The PIM-530 module was specifically engineered to simplify integration from our standard PHSC digital linear heat detectors into any addressable or conventional fire alarm system.

MSA Safety Incorporated

Booth #1430 – Established in 1914, MSA Safety Incorporated is the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products that protect people and facility infrastructures. Many MSA products integrate a combination of electronics, mechanical systems and advanced materials to protect users against hazardous or life-threatening situations. The company’s comprehensive product line is used by workers around the world in a broad range of markets, including the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, the fire service, the construction industry, mining and the military. MSA’s core products include selfcontained breathing apparatus, fixed gas and flame detection systems, portable gas detection instruments, industrial head protection products, firefighter helmets and protective apparel, and fall protection devices. With 2017 revenues of $1.2 billion, MSA employs approximately 4,700 people worldwide. The company is headquartered north of Pittsburgh in Cranberry Township, Pa., and has manufacturing operations in the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America. With more than 40 international locations, MSA realizes approximately half of its revenue from outside North America.

TLX Technologies

Booth #2136 – TLX Technologies will showcase our entire line of supervised fire suppression actuators and solenoids at NFPA in Las Vegas this coming June. New to this year’s show will be our high-pressure supervised latching actuator as well as several new smart features for additional monitoring capabilities.

FM Approvals

Booth #1707 – FM Approvals is an international leader in product testing and certification services for products related to property loss prevention. Committed to meeting our customers’ needs and supporting AHJs and building designers in property risk mitigation, we continually broaden our fire protection equipment testing capabilities.


Booth #1441 – Fike® is the experienced, trusted expert in fire suppression solutions, alarm and detection systems, rupture disc technologies, explosion protection and pressure activation. Fike® offers a full line of fire alarm, fire detection and control and fire suppression solutions to keep people and valuable assets safe.


Booth #2227 – Retrotec equipment is used around the world, by demanding professionals, to conduct clean agent integrity tests.

Dampers need to be tested to verify the vent area they claim to have. Retrotec equipment can create 100s of Pa to see at what point the Pressure Relief Vents actually open. The equipment will test the vent path to ensure the peak pressure evaluation complies with the standard.


Booth #1825 – R. STAHL is a leading manufacturer of signaling devices covering a wide variety of audible, visual or combined safety alarms. For use in extreme and harsh environments, where a clear and reliable signal is required for the protection of people, machinery and the environment. Our control devices for alarm systems are developed and produced to rigorous quality standards and can perform many different functions, for a variety of industry sectors, along with a wide range of approvals and listings.

Patterson Pump Company

Patterson Pump Company offers industry leading fire suppression pumps. Headquartered in Toccoa, Georgia; Patterson has representation throughout the U.S. and around the world with offices in Mexico, Latin America, Singapore, Greece, and additional manufacturing capabilities in

OCV Control Valves

Booth #1130 – For nearly 70 years, OCV Control Valves has manufactured hydraulically operated, diaphragm actuated globe and angle valves, in sizes 1-1/4”-24”, for fire protection applications such as deluge spray systems, foam-water systems, offshore platforms, transportation tunnels, manufacturing plants, power plants and many more.


Booth #1731 – Tornatech specializes in the conception and manufacturing of fire pump controllers in accordance with the NFPA 20 standard. They are UL listed and FM approved. Our electric and diesel fire pump controllers feature the ViZiTouch V2 touch screen operator interface with intuitive graphics and user-friendly operation.

Task Force Tips

Booth #1222 – Task Force Tips (TFT) designs and manufactures thousands of water and foam flow products to help firefighters risk less to do more. By combining extensive engineering, precise manufacturing and superior customer support, TFT customers around the globe are better able to save lives and property.

FireDos GmbH

Booth #758 – FireDos is a German manufacturer of foam proportioning systems and monitors for firefighting. The foam proportioners are driven by the extinguishing water only and can be used in all types of fire extinguishing systems like sprinkler, deluge and all types of wet systems onshore and offshore as well as in firefighting vehicles. The outstanding advantages are the complete independence from any external energy, the huge operating range, the reliable achievement of the proportioning rate, independent from flow rate and pressure condition, even when changing during operation. Another highlight is the possibility to test the proportioning rate without producing any foam / water solution.

W.S. Darley & Co.

Booth #639 – Since 1908, W.S. Darley & Co. has been dedicated to serving the world’s Fire and Emergency Services and Defense organizations. Darley remains a family owned and operated business. Corporate headquarters are located at 325 Spring Lake Drive in Itasca, Illinois. Manufacturing and engineering operations are in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and Janesville, Iowa.

Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC

Booth #1841 – Established in 1898, Potter Electric Signal Company produces a wide array of products including fire sprinkler monitoring systems, nitrogen generators, corrosion monitoring/testing, electronic fire systems, vault and safe security systems, and boiler/chiller and industrial control products. At Potter, not only do we supply our customers with products that provide real world solutions for their unique needs, we strive to provide them unequaled service and technical support. Every employee at Potter is committed to provide the very best product and service available for the protection of life and property. Potter is THE Symbol of Protection.

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