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Hybrid Fire Detection for Thatched Roofs

Hybrid Fire Detection for Thatched Roofs

Thatched roofs are made from dry vegetation such as straw, water reed, sedge, rushes, heather or palm branches. The densely packed vegetation provides shelter from the elements and good insulation. Thatching is an old roofing method that was used in all sorts of climates. These days thatching is usually seen on the properties belonging to people who desire a rustic look for their home, would like a more ecologically friendly roof or who have purchased an original thatched cottage or house.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Bin Stores

Hybrid Fire Detection for Bin Stores

A bin store can range from a simple wooden structure to a brick outbuilding and is used to store waste and recycling before it is collected and taken away. Bin stores usually contain a number of storage vessels and, in many cases, cleaning tools and equipment. Bin stores typically accompany industrial or commercial premises and can be attached to or detached from the main building.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Warehouse Extensions

Hybrid Fire Detection for Warehouse Extensions

A warehouse is a commercial building used by manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers and many more to store their products. Warehouses are usually very large buildings with large open areas. These buildings often contain lots of machinery and equipment used to transport and move the contents in an out of the building.

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Landlord Given £170k Fine for Fire Safety Failings

Landlord Given £170k Fine for Fire Safety Failings

Last month, a landlord in Reading was handed a huge fine for serious breaches of fire safety regulations. Crescourt Properties were fined £177,000 after pleading guilty to four charges under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

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Updating a Fire Alarm System to Meet Regulations

Updating a Fire Alarm System to Meet Regulations

Eurofyre was recently involved with the supply of wireless sounders for a listed building, currently serving as an apartment building, in the South West of England to help an existing fire detection system meet the required regulations.

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