Fire Alarms

“80 per cent of organisations that have a major fire cease trading within 3 years”

If you have ever experienced the devastating effects of fire on a business then you may well know the importance of having a fire alarm system in place. If you have no experience of this then it is not difficult to imagine the catastrophic effects fire can have.

Fire alarm systems are one of the best investments a business can make to ensure it is protected from fire. Disruption and loss of data and key equipment can have devastating effects. A state of the art fire detection system, will give you the fastest and most reliable warning of a fire.

Earliest detection gives you better escape time and a better chance to tackle the fire saving life, property and business. Below are typical systems we can supply, install, commission and maintain. All systems and services are compliant to BS5839.

Conventional fire alarm systems are the entry level for most requirements and are suitable for small offices, nurseries, small hotels, warehouses, shops and any small business.


Twin Wire Fire Systems
Twin wire fire alarm systems are similar to a conventional system as they have detection zones. The main advantage of twin-wire systems is you can put sounders on the detection circuit, which provide considerable savings.


Addressable fire systems transmit data that provides intricate information for the user including the exact location of the fire. They are ideal for larger premises such as hotels, office blocks and factories. This system will tell you or the brigade exactly where the fire is located, not only to the zone but the exact location of the triggered device.

Wireless (Radio)
Radio or Wireless fire alarms are the same as analogue systems but with the advantage of no wires. Wireless fire alarms are ideal for premises with multiple buildings such as schools, colleges or science parks and are invaluable in old or listed buildings where it is not possible to drill or run cables.


Remote Monitoring
In order to response to out of working hour’s situations All Integrated Systems monitoring systems are linked to a central control station (EMCS). The control centre monitors the system 24 hours a day and can give direct response to the local fire brigade