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REACH Wireless range showcased by Apollo at The Fire Safety Event 2023

20 March 2023

APOLLO FIRE Detectors – the specialist designer and manufacturer of high-quality fire detection solutions – will be exhibiting at The Fire Safety Event 2023, which runs from 25-27 April at the NEC in Birmingham.

One of Apollo’s ‘next generation’ products being displayed is the REACH Wireless range. Praised by customers for its intuitive user interface and simple set-up procedure, REACH Wireless makes it easier to solve challenging installation situations such as extensions and occupied residential blocks using Apollo’s hard-wired addressable loop systems.

Visitors attending Stand H5 in Hall 3a at The Fire Safety Event will have the chance to view REACH equipment and experience first-hand just how easy it is to install the new wireless devices.

Apollo’s stand will also feature a live loop display of XP95 and Soteria systems, as well as the company’s AlarmSense two-wire offering. Apollo's team of experts will be on hand to answer any questions about the range and to talk about the company’s extensive Continuing Professional Development programme.

Meeting customers and end users

“The Fire Safety Event is a great opportunity for us, as a manufacturer, to meet our customers and end users, dedicate quality time to talk about our recently launched products and discuss our existing offer,” explained Irina Cruse, marketing director at Apollo Fire Detectors. “It’s invaluable for Apollo’s team members to have first-hand interactions and learn from visitors to the show in order to generate ideas for the future that will keep even more people safe from the harms that can be caused by fire.”

Day 2 of The Fire Safety Event 2023 will see Apollo host a seminar entitled ‘Protecting Educational Environments from Fire’. The session, which runs from 12.15 pm-12.45 pm, will focus on the challenges associated with protecting the different building types found in educational settings. The need for flexibility in fire protection systems will be explored, so too the importance of lockdown alerts and adaptable systems.

Presenter Salvy Vittozzi (business development manager at Apollo) is going to outline solutions tailored to the unique requirements of educational environments and provide attendees with effective fire protection strategies that can be implemented in such settings.

*Apollo Fire Detectors is exhibiting on Stand H5 in Hall 3a at The Fire Safety Event 2023

**To learn more about Apollo’s attendance at The Fire Safety Event 2023 visit www.apollo-fire.co.uk/event-listing/the-fire-safety-event-2023/