Up to 32 zones now available. Global fire systems leader Advanced has extended the range of its QuickZone range of conventional and twin-wire fire panels by adding a 16-32 zone option. This complements the existing 2-4 and 4-12 zone options and significantly enhances the versatility of the panel range. Continue reading ‘Advanced Adds More Zones to its QuickZone Fire Panels’
Even the smallest buildings can be of critical importance to their users, especially in relatively isolated communities. The performance and reliability of Advanced’s MxPro fire alarm panels has seen them installed in another remote coastal location, the Atlantic Islands Centre on Luing, off the west coast of Scotland.
Situated south of Oban in the Firth of Lorne, the largely unspoilt 5.5 square mile Isle of Luing is one of the Slate Islands. The Atlantic Visitor Centre, in the village of Cullipool, is set to revitalise the island’s economy, raising awareness of Luing as a tourist destination and offering a Continue reading ‘Advanced Chosen For Atlantic Islands Centre.’
The world-famous Natural History Museum in London, and its more than five million annual visitors are being protected by intelligent fire panels from Advanced.
Often called the ‘Cathedral of Nature’ the Natural History Museum is renowned for its collections of dinosaurs and ornate architecture, and is widely recognised as the pre-eminent centre for natural history and related research. The Museum is the third most popular in the United Kingdom and its irreplaceable 80 million strong collection is of global importance and includes many collected by Charles Darwin. Continue reading ‘Natural History Museum Protected by Advanced Systems’
New infographic from Advanced helps ensure system performance and integrity
EN54 Part 13 is a real indicator of fire system performance but is widely misunderstood and sometimes misrepresented. To ensure everyone can check their fire system measures up, Advanced, one of the first companies in Europe to achieve Part 13, has produced a new infographic and 1.5m wall chart that sets out the Part 13 related issues you need to be aware of. Continue reading ‘EN54 Part 13: Does Your Fire System Measure Up?’
Nittan Europe, one of the leading companies in the European fire protection industry, has launched the evolution 1 range of fire alarm control panels which offer complete compatibility with the award winning range of Evolution detection and alarm devices.
Fully compliant with BS EN54 part 2 and 4, the evolution 1 panels have been designed with the needs of both the installer and end user in mind; the panels even have separate dedicated menus for the user and installer. For ease of use the panels have a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen display and an intuitive and easy to use menu structure. The evolution 1 panels have the capability of running up to 254 devices on the loop, while the flexible architecture means everything from a single stand alone panel, to a 16 panel network can be achieved without any additional hardware. Continue reading ‘NITTAN LAUNCHES EVOLUTION 1 FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANELS’
FFE is showing the latest in smoke and flame detection at Security Essen between September 27-30. The company will be showcasing its Fireray optical beam smoke detectors and its Talentum specialist flame detectors. FFE will be in Hall 3, Booth 3A62 – be sure to call past and speak to the company’s industry experts.
Fireray beam detectors are specifically designed to provide protection in large buildings with high ceilings, where conventional point smoke detectors are ineffective. With their modern design and minimal footprint, Fireray detectors are used in applications as varied as airports, railways stations and warehouses to shopping centres, sports arenas and places of worship. Continue reading ‘FFE showing the latest in smoke and flame detection technology at Security Essen’
Leading fire control panel manufacturer Haes are proud of their growing reputation for delivering innovative solutions to combat issues in different situations. This flexibility and forward thinking recently led to the development of the Excel-EN & Excel-32 range of networkable conventional control panels which are now being used to tackle projects across the globe.
One example of where this solution has been used to great effect is at the Chinese University of Hong Kong where two Excel-32 control Continue reading ‘Networked Conventional Control Panels used to protect University campus’
Held between 7-9 September at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, it is the region’s leading security, fire and safety exhibition and conference. FFE will be located in the UK Pavilion at Booth UK08, which the company will be sharing with fellow Halma company Klaxon Signals. Continue reading ‘FFE bringing the latest in smoke and flame detection to IFSEC South East Asia’
To protect Hydro-Québec’s new data centre being built near Montréal, intelligent fire systems manufacturer Advanced has teamed up with Roberts Fire Protection (a division of Vipond Inc.) to provide fire protection to the installation.
The world’s largest hydroelectric producer, Hydro-Québec generates over 99 percent of its electricity from water. Requiring a dedicated data centre for its operations, the company commissioned a consortium including Veolia, Pomerleau Inc. and Ehvert Mission Critical to finance, Continue reading ‘Hydro-Québec entrusts its flagship data centre to Advanced fire systems’
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced that it will begin distributing bundled packages of the DJI Zenmuse XT stabilized thermal camera powered by FLIR with the DJI Inspire 1 drone. FLIR will distribute two configurations of the FLIR Aerial First Responder Kit, Basic or Advanced, to bring drone-powered thermal imaging to firefighters, emergency response teams, and search and rescue (SAR) operations in ready-to-fly bundles. Continue reading ‘FLIR Systems to Offer Aerial Drone Thermal Camera Packages for First Responders’