Bespoke Gas Suppression Solution from Advanced Secures Historical Archives of Belgrade

A custom-engineered gas extinguishant system from fire systems leader, Advanced, is now protecting thousands of culturally important collections at the Historical Archives of Belgrade. The Archives play an important role in Belgrade, preserving some of the city’s most important cultural…

Advanced Protects World’s Longest Sea Crossing

Panels from global fire systems leader, Advanced, have been selected to protect the $18.8billion Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge – the longest open-sea fixed link on earth. A network of 31 ExGo gas extinguishant control panels has been installed as part of…

Leading Kosovo Bank Selects Advanced Protection for New HQ

One of the leading banks in Europe’s newest nation has selected industry-leading Advanced fire systems to protect its new headquarters. The purpose-built HQ of NLB Bank in Pristina, Kosovo is a landmark building in the heart of the Kosovar capital,…

Advanced Panels Protect Leading Bulgarian Bank

Intelligent fire and suppression systems from global leader Advanced, have been chosen to protect the flagship branch of DSK, one of Bulgaria’s leading banks. DSK was founded in 1951 and privatised in 2003. It has grown to be one of…

Protecting vital data and computing assets at Cambridge University

ExGo suppression control panels from Advanced have been installed in a £20m, state-of-the-art data and high performance computing centre at the University of Cambridge that is working on some of the globe’s greatest challenges. Situated on the West Cambridge site…

Tyne Tunnels Protection

ADVANCED’s MxPro 4 fire panels and ExGo extinguishing control panels was chosen to protect one of the UK’s busiest river crossings, the Tyne Tunnels, which experiences over 14.5 million vehicle journeys every year. The project covered the administration buildings, ticket…

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