Hochiki Europe multi-sensors protect Belgrade’s cultural heart

After 15 years of work, the National Museum of Serbia completed an extensive Ä12 million refurbishment, finally opening its doors to the public in 2018. The historic building is iconic in the city and contains over 400,000 precious objects, including…

Honeywell Gent helps Fircroft with major fire health and safety reconstruction, following panel failure

Fircroft College of Adult Education recently found themselves in urgent need of a new fire safety system for their historic building. They called in specialists from Bradford-based Kings Secure Technologies to design a solution that would meet their specific requirements,…

3M Novec 1230 – Sustainable fire protection for QINOUS smart energy storage

Support of critical electricity infrastructure is becoming ever more important. At the same time, a growing number of businesses, including hospitals, hotels and even entire villages, rely on remote independent microgrids for their power supply. QINOUS is a Berlin-based renewable…

AEI Cables – ‘First class’ fire safety for Kings Cross’ Canal Tunnels

As part of the £6billion Thameslink Programme, a new rail link is being created allowing passengers to travel for the first time from Peterborough and Cambridge, directly to Blackfriars and then on to Brighton. In order to achieve this outcome,…

Honeywell – Best of breed technology is used at Stallion AI Services

Equine artificial insemination (AI) is becoming increasingly commonplace as a way to breed high calibre horses, and leading the way in this field is Stallion AI Services. When the company moved to its new state-of-the-art premises, fire detection technology from…

Siemens protects unique works of art

Like billowing sails, a new Paris landmark rises above the treetops of the world-famous Bois de Boulogne Park: the Fondation Louis Vuitton Museum designed by none other than U.S. star architect Frank Gehry. But it’s not just its design that…

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 now protected by market-leading intelligent fire panels from Advanced. Founded in 1093 and the final resting place of St Cuthbert, Durham Cathedral remains the seat…

Protecting critical assets at Kuwait University

Despite the effectiveness of halons in suppressing fire, the 1987 Montreal Protocol prompted stringent measures to phase out production and use of halon due to its high ozone depletion potential. Like other countries complying with the Montreal Protocol, Kuwait banned…

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