Kentec’s new K-Mesh wireless technology wins praise for Chester Cathedral project

K-Mesh, a next-generation wireless fire detection technology from Kentec Electronics, a leading manufacturer of life-critical control solutions, is winning deserved praise from the installer of a new system protecting the historic Chester Cathedral. Brad Parker, founder of Charles Thomas Heritage…

Hochiki improve life safety at special educational setting with their flexible and easy-to-install range of fire-detection devices

Based in Norfolk, the Fred Nicholson school meets the educational needs of 162 pupils who have Educational Health and Care Plans identifying learning difficulties and a range of associated complex needs, including some children who receive specialist Autistic Spectrum Condition…

Over 2,000 Hyfire wireless devices commissioned in ultra-fast London high-rise installation

Four landmark London towers are now benefiting from cutting-edge fire protection thanks to Hyfire wireless devices, which were installed in record time thanks to a partnership between Hyfire, installers Gemini AMPM and FirstPort, the property management specialists. With up to…

Prime Secure launches wireless evacuation alarm technology, reducing burden on leaseholders paying for 24/7 waking watch by 82%

Prime Secure’s Fire Safety division, the Waking Watch Initiative, has launched the UK’s first affordable, wireless common fire alarm system, V-Fire,1 which removes the need for expensive waking watch fire marshals in high-rise buildings with flammable cladding. In the wake…

Kentec launches next generation wireless detection system

Kentec Electronics, a leading manufacturer of life-critical control systems, has launched K-Mesh, a next-generation wireless detection system that uses self-healing and configuring Mesh technology to deliver optimum levels of reliability.  Launched at Intersec 2022, K-Mesh is a new development and…

Historic medieval church gets Hyfire wireless protection

One of Ireland’s largest and most architecturally significant churches is now protected by cutting-edge devices from global wireless fire detection and alarms leader Hyfire. Originally designed by local architect Andrew Cullen and built between 1894 and 1902, the historic fabric…

A clear solution to growing waking watch costs

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) recently advised a London Assembly committee that there are now over 900 blocks – with the figure steadily rising – of flats with a waking watch in place. The cost to fund these patrols is…

Historic London Irish Centre gets Hyfire wireless protection

Wireless fire detection and alarm devices supplied by global leader Hyfire have been selected to protect the London Irish Centre, a well-known outpost of Irish culture and community in the heart of England’s capital city. More than 200 Hyfire wireless…

Experts in connected safety FireAngel launch the most technologically advanced gateway in the safety market

Continuing to fulfil its mission to protect and save lives with innovative, cutting-edge home-safety technology, FireAngel has launched its New Generation Cellular Gateway enabling social-housing landlords to offer a level of protection and prevention measures never seen before in fire…

Advantages of wireless fire alarms

All companies and organizations are responsible for providing effective, reliable and compliant fire-safety equipment. This includes having a reliable warning system. For temporary buildings, such as construction sites, wireless fire alarms are a great solution. Wireless fire alarms send out…

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