Patol continues investment with new appointment

Industrial fire-detection specialist Patol has further extended its team with the announcement of the appointment of Jan Jaglarz as an Internal Sales Engineer. Jan (33) joins the business at its Reading-based UK head office to strengthen the sales and support…

Patol protects flagship Jaguar Land Rover showroom

A combination of two detection methods from industrial fire specialists Patol have been employed to protect the flagship site of one of the UK’s best-known car marques. Jaguar Land Rover is a name synonymous with British quality. This is reflected…

New Year brings new website for Patol

Patol, the UK manufacturer of industrial fire alarm and heat detection products, has started the new year with the launch of a complete revamp of its website, with a clean new look and a more user-friendly platform. The company is…

Patol continues to protect the world’s petroleum tanks

The UK site of one of the world’s largest producers of petroleum has selected Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC) from Patol to protect its floating roof tanks. The site in the south of England is the latest in a long…

Securiton proves solution for challenging atrium

The capacity of the Securiton Aspirating Smoke Detection (ASD) system to protect large open areas from the threat of fire has been demonstrated in an application for a police authority in the north of the UK. Patol is the UK…

Fibresense linear temperature sensing certified to bs en 54

Third party certification for the fibre-optic linear heat sensing (LTS) from Patol has been extended to cover the Fibresense range. Kelvin Miller, Patol Sales Director, comments – “Having introduced the Fibresense brand, under which our fibre-optic heat detection systems are…

Patol Further Cements Its Exports To India

The position of India as Patol’s strongest export market continues as the UK-based industrial fire detection specialist supplies its Firesense Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC) for yet another project. The UltraTech Balaji Cement Plant is part of the Aditya Birla…

New product literature from Patol

Industrial fire detection specialist Patol has printed a new suite of literature and, in doing so, introduced a colour coding system to enable easier identification of the company’s product range. The new suite comprises six brochures: Firesense Linear Heat Detection…

Patol heat detection selected for chemical processing operation

Patol has completed its latest industrial fire project, working with designers and installers Hall & Kay Fire Engineering and P. Gibson (Services) to provide protection for the UK operation of a global specialty chemicals company. The UK facility of Ashland…

Patol Selected as Detection Supplier for Prestigious Laboratory Project

A line-type detector supplied by Patol has been selected as the heat detection method in a new fire protection installation in a laboratory working in a Hazardous environment operating within a Ministry Of Defence site. The fire safety at the…

Patol Introduce New Video To Highlight Importance of Coal Conveyor Protection

Industrial fire detection specialists Patol have demonstrated the particular suitability of their transit heat sensor to coal conveying applications with a new video shot at Wales’ last remaining coal fired power station. Patol’s 5000 series of early warning infrared transit…

Infra-Red Detection Averts Fire at Waste Recycling Plant

The vital role that infra-red transit heat sensors can play in protecting waste management sites from the threat of fire has been illustrated by an incident at a dry mixed recycling (DMR) plant. The nature of waste recycling means that…

Half A Century For Patol!

November 2018 marked a significant milestone for Patol as the company celebrated 50 years of supplying fire safety solutions to projects throughout the world. The company was founded in 1968 by Brian Jenkins who still owns the business and is…

The Heat Is On For Patol At Intersec

Patol is returning to the Intersec 2019 exhibition 1 and will be showcasing its range of Firesense Linear Heat Detection Cables (LHDC), along with the Fire Thermal Infrared (FireTIR) detection system, on stand 4-G32. Patol is a world leader in LHDC, manufacturing…

PATOL ANNOUNCES NEW SALES APPOINTMENTS

Patol has extended its team of sales engineers for its range of fire safety equipment and systems with the appointment of Josh Risk. 29-year old Josh joins the Reading-based business as Export Sales Engineer and will be working on the full range…

Securiton Specified For Fire Detection At New National Cold Store

The Securiton aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system has been selected as the fire protection method for a new cold store to be operated by one of the UK’s major supermarket retailers. The new 68-truck bay, 30,000 square metre hub in Pineham,…

Launch of Gas Detection Capability with the Securiton ASD

Patol introduced a new option for the Securiton aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system at Firex International, with the incorporation of gas detection technology to further extend the capabilities of the system in protecting a wider range of environments. Patol has…

Launch of gas detection capability with the Securition ASD

Patol introduced a new option for the Securiton aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system at Firex International, with the incorporation of gas detection technology to further extend the capabilities of the system in protecting a wider range of environments. Patol has…

Securiton ASD Versatility Focus for FIREX International

Patol is exhibiting on Stand A440 at Firex International¹ and will focus on the Securiton aspirating smoke detection systems (ASD) which offer reliable and robust high sensitivity detection for early warning of fire at the incipient stage. The combination of sensitivity…

Felixstowe Port Warehouses Benefit From Patol Aspirating Smoke Detection

A project to protect the largest warehousing and cross-docking facility in one of the UK’s busiest ports has demonstrated the suitability of aspirating smoke detection (ASD) for buildings characterised by large open spaces and high roofs.

PD Portcentric Logistics is based on the 28-acre site near to Dock Gate One in the Port of Felixstowe on the east coast of the UK. Recognised as a prime location for the import and export of goods, the port is the UK’s largest in terms of size and accommodates some of the world’s biggest ships, including deep-draughted vessels through its extensive deepwater complex. As the largest customs approved warehousing facility in the Port, PD is central to the Felixstowe operation. With 3 warehouses containing a wide range of goods – from FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) and general merchandise to retail products and ambient foodstuffs – protecting the contents, as well as the structure of the warehouses themselves, is crucial.

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