Home >Fire
PRODUCTS & SERVICES

1/9     (1 to 20 of 171)

09 July 2019

MALCOLM BROOMFIELD Safety Consultants has issued guidance on how premature collapse can occur during a fire and steps you can take to mitigate these risks.

[Read More]


05 June 2019

HOCHIKI EUROPE is returning to FIREX at ExCeL London to showcase its most recent technological advancements and discuss best practice when it comes to safety in specialist environments.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

KINGSPAN HAS been awarded Business Superbrand 2019 status for the seventh consecutive year.

[Read More]


Link
04 June 2019

FIRE SUPPRESSION has always been a core competency for Senseco Systems, an industry-leading, independent fire and security specialist and this has been highlighted with a new partnership with FirePro UK.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

A NEW series of Sirens & Strobes have been introduced to the STI product portfolio complementing the existing Select-Alert range.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

C-TEC WILL once again be exhibiting at FIREX and centre stage will be Hush Pro, its trail-blazing new BS 5839-6 residential Grade C domestic fire alarm solution.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

PATOL WILL be returning to the FIREX to demonstrate its extensive capabilities in industrial fire protection.

[Read More]


11 June 2019

RRC IS one of the first training providers accredited to offer the new collaborative course from NEBOSH and the Health and Safety Executive.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

AN INDUSTRY-leading fire system with integrated fire telephone and voice evacuation system from Advanced has been installed at an exclusive 30-storey residential high-rise in Dubai.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

KENTEC IS launching the Sigma ZXT single-area extinguishing control panel at this year’s FIREX, with new functionality, improved displays and multiple configuration options for a targeted response to a fire incident.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

AICO WILL be launching a new and improved stand at FIREX on 18–20June in ExCel London on stand FX820.

[Read More]


25 June 2019

APOLLO FIRE Detectors showcased its internationally renowned products at FIREX International 2019 within the event’s largest ever exhibition zone and is running a competition to win an Apollo Test Set worth £350.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

Vericon has launched a innovative new device to automate tests of emergency lighting.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

A NEW smoke alarm test aerosol has been praised for its “game-changing” effectiveness.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

CHURCHES FIRE Security Ltd has appointed Charlie Haynes as CEO, effective 1 May 2019.

[Read More]


02 July 2019

THE INDEPENDENT Fire Engineering and Distributors Association (IFEDA) is celebrating 30 years of raising standards within the fire protection industry.

[Read More]


 border=
14 March 2019

WITH OVER 150 employees and over 50% market share in Australia Clevertronics has grown from strength to strength over the last 20 years.

[Read More]


14 March 2019

FOR MANY years self-contained emergency lighting products have been using Nickel Cadmium and Nickel metal hydride batteries as these were well suited to the application mainly due to their size, weight and ability to provide the required power for the desired duration.

[Read More]


12 March 2019

A HIGHLY intelligent Syncro AS control panel from Kentec, a life safety control systems manufacturer, integrated with COSMO PSIM+ software is helping to protect visitors, staff and actors at the historic São Luiz Teatro Municipal in Lisbon, Portugal.

[Read More]


12 March 2019

DETECTORTESTERS IS the company behind one of the fire industry’s most popular brand of detector test equipment – Solo.

[Read More]


1/9     (1 to 20 of 171)

FEATURES

1/4     (1 to 20 of 68)

05 June 2019

Social residents and landlords come together as part of a government commitment to address fire safety issues and give residents a stronger voice. Liam Hunt outlines the aims of the newly-formed Best Practise Group.

[Read More]


08 May 2019

Multi-sensors are on the rise, notes Barry Sargent, and with many benefits including a reduction in false alarms, there could be more growth to come.

[Read More]


09 May 2019

False alarms are costly, wasting time and resources of the fire service as well as being inconvenient for businesses and residents and complacency puts lives at risk. Ken Bullock looks at how education and technology can reduce the problem.

[Read More]


12 March 2019

New York is home to thousands of complex tall buildings, which all have very different fire protection system requirements. Desmond Burke looks at the different challenges in this city.

[Read More]


05 March 2019

Tony Hanley tells FSM about his career to date, the challenges his business faces and his hopes for the future of the industry.

[Read More]


04 June 2019

Supplementing sounder alarms with visual alarm devices can maximise impact and an effective way of alerting and evacuating occupants from a building.

[Read More]


 border=
27 February 2019

The plans to strengthen the regulatory framework for building safety puts residents at the heart, but there must be plans in place beyond residential and fire.

[Read More]


02 January 2019

Elspeth Grant take a look at the progress of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, and highlights the importance of an effective evacuation plan in high-rise buildings.

[Read More]


14 December 2018

When protecting tall buildings from fire, considerations need to be made for the solutions the industry already has in place and what the future looks like. Phil Barton looks at the challenges.

[Read More]


14 December 2018

Choosing the right fire detection system is vital in complex settings. Ed Browning looks at how to decide which technology is best in environments that are more complex.

[Read More]


Link
13 December 2018

A working fire detection system is imperative, so it makes sense to ensure it is working, says Stephen Beadle, especially if it is a tall building that has lots more detectors to test.

[Read More]


27 November 2018

AS RAY Hope retires from Advanced and hands the baton to Pete Browitt, FSM managing editor Mark Sennett speaks to them about their careers and the past and future of the company.

[Read More]


19 October 2018

The controversial 'stay put' policy has been in the headlines since the Grenfell tragedy and the public and the industry have been asking many questions, which Andy Green highlighted in his webinar – To stay put or not.

[Read More]


24 September 2018

FSM managing editor Mark Sennett sits down with Chris Auger to discuss the increasingly common instances of fires in commercial kitchens and how BAFE is taking steps to help reduce the risks.

[Read More]


16 September 2018

Jonathan Brown reveals why fire curtains are increasingly being used within fire safety engineered solutions in complex building design.

[Read More]


16 September 2018

Craig Halford details the changing requirements for bus and coach Engine fire suppression following the introduction of new legislation.

[Read More]


14 September 2018

The waste industry has many difficulties and risks, but none is more pressing or potentially disastrous than the threat of fire, warns Gareth Dibden.

[Read More]


14 September 2018

Roberto Catena examines why fires at waste management sites pose such a risk, and how new technologies can help to prevent fires and reduce the impact of any that do occur within these facilities.

[Read More]


11 September 2018

Recycling and waste management centres are a common place for fires, but installing automatic fire suppression systems can significantly minimise damage says Ian Gough.

[Read More]


10 September 2018

Kelvin Miller considers the challenges of protecting our power supplies, specifically the conveyors and electrical cabling so central to a plant’s successful operation.

[Read More]


1/4     (1 to 20 of 68)

SPONSORED CONTENT

VIDEO OF THE MONTH