Kentec gas extinguishing fire safety panels are playing an important role helping protecting Specsavers’ new £12 million West Midland manufacturing and distribution centre.
A new fire safety system, designed and installed by life safety systems specialists Leader Systems LLP, comprises Kentec K11031 M2 Sigma XT Automatic three zone Extinguishant Control Panels with Apollo conventional Series 65 devices plus conventional sounder/beacons and bells from Klaxon Signals. Continue reading ‘Kentec protects new Specsavers site’
Two of London’s most exclusive restaurants, including the world-renowned Ivy, are now protected by industry-leading fire panels from Advanced.
Both The Ivy and Sexy Fish in Berkeley Square, which are both owned by Caprice Holdings, have been fitted with MxPro 4 fire panels from Advanced. The Ivy has recently been subject to a full refurbishment, overseen by the Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. The work included a comprehensive overhaul of the building’s fire system by experts from Sussex-based ROC Solutions, who also installed the brand-new system at Sexy Fish, as well as the existing fire panels in The Club at The Ivy. Continue reading ‘World Famous Restaurants Enjoy Advanced Protection’
Leading fire control panel manufacturer Haes are proud of their growing reputation for delivering innovative solutions to address diverse fire control situations. This flexibility and forward thinking has now led to Haes adding a new brand to their already extensive range. Introducing Ambient System who specialise in the development, manufacturing and delivery of Public Address & Voice Alarm equipment (PAVA). Due to constant development and improvement, Haes can rely on the Ambient Systems catering flawlessly for multi-industry use. Continue reading ‘Haes Introduce Ambient System to the UK Market’
A new life safety system based around Kentec’s Syncro XT+ addressable extinguishing control panel technology is being installed in the new 4 billion Kroner (Euro 407m) terminal at Norway’s Bergen Flesland International Airport.
Bergen Flesland’s new terminal will treble the airport’s capacity and will include a new dedicated train line connecting Flesland to Bergen city centre. The terminal building itself will be scalable, featuring all core functions, including check-in, baggage, storage systems, security control, and departure and arrival halls on two separate levels. Continue reading ‘Kentec’s arrival at Bergen’s new airport terminal’
Kentec Electronics, one of the World’s leading manufacturers of fire detection and alarm control panels, has been chosen to represent UK manufacturing in the recently published Parliamentary Review 2015-16 that ‘recognises industry best practice, as an outstanding UK organisation to personify Britain as one of the fastest growing advanced economies in the world’, alongside The Chancellor of the Exchequer, and a small number of outstanding organisations. Kentec’s success certainly mirrors The Review’s sentiments; with demand for the company’s life safety control systems ever increasing, and Kentec’s continuing Continue reading ‘Kentec gets UK Government Seal of Approval’
An imaginative £5 million renovation scheme that’s breathing new life into the iconic Grade II listed landmark at Saltdean, Brighton, has Kentec fire control panels at the heart of a new safety system.
The lido, built in 1937-38 to designs by the architect Richard Jones, was hailed as the most innovative design of its type in Britain. With its tea terrace, sun deck, café, perched on the flat roof and distinctive curved wings at either end, it became the only lido to be featured in the Design Museum in London. Continue reading ‘Kentec helps protect ‘iconic’ Saltdean Lido’
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, and a symbol of the growing economic confidence of the county, which became independent in 2008. Advanced’s Axis EN fire alarm system and ExGo extinguishing control panels were specified to offer fire alarm, detection and suppression control services. Continue reading ‘Leading Kosovo Bank Selects Advanced Protection for New HQ’
With demand for its fire systems growing steadily in all of its domestic and international markets, Advanced has recently completed a major recruitment drive to grow its workforce by over 10% to boost its manufacturing capacity and at the same time add key talent to its international marketing and UK and US Engineering department.
Commenting on this growth Ray Hope, Advanced’s Managing Director, said: “We have continually invested in fire systems that lead the market in terms of quality, performance and ease-of-use and are experiencing very Continue reading ‘Advanced Growth Drives Recruitment’
Temporary school classrooms often pose a quandary in respect of fire safety due to the investment required for a short-term need. Bridge Fire & Security based in Uxbridge are supporting schools across London by utilising Haes’ AlarmSense control panels.
Developed specifically to work with the Apollo Fire Detectors ‘AlarmSense’ protocol devices which embrace two-wire technology, all devices are wired to the same pair of cables instead of having to run separate circuits for detectors and sounders. Installation is therefore faster and costs less as a result, which is why it is very appealing as a protection solution for temporary classrooms. Continue reading ‘AlarmSense Control Panels from Haes Chosen to Protect Temporary Classrooms in Schools’
Intelligent fire systems manufacturer Advanced has teamed up with Security Supply Inc. in the USA to protect a National Historic Landmark, the Trinity Episcopal Church in Newport, Rhode Island.
Built in 1726, predating the Declaration of Independence by 50 years, the almost 300 year old church posed some unique challenges s it is built entirely of wood, putting it at high risk for fires. Its current fire protection system was outdated and an updated system was necessary for Continue reading ‘Advanced Fire Systems Trusted to Protect Historic American Church’