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Upgrading and Updating Fire Detection Systems in Churches & Cathedrals

Upgrading and Updating Fire Detection Systems in Churches & Cathedrals

Churches and cathedrals have been built across the world for centuries. Some churches in existence today are very grand, iconic structures that date back hundreds of years, some are fine examples of more modern architecture and some are buildings that have been built on a budget or repurposed into places of worship.

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Using Hybrid Fire Detection for Challenging Applications

Using Hybrid Fire Detection for Challenging Applications

Providing reliable fire detection for any type of property can have its challenges. Different environments come with different obstacles to overcome; some areas require specialist detection, some have limited access and some have restrictions in place to protect the aesthetics of the property.

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Wireless Linear Heat Detection Integration for Warehouse Racking

Wireless Linear Heat Detection Integration for Warehouse Racking

Like most business premises, warehouses require a reliable fire detection system to keep staff, personnel, visitors, equipment and produce safe from fire. In order to achieve this, a variety of detection types are required to suit the unique needs of each area. In particular, warehouse racking can create a number of challenges that require very specific fire detection to overcome.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Garages

Hybrid Fire Detection for Garages

A garage is a walled, roofed structure that is traditionally used for storing vehicles. A garage can be part of or attached to a house or commercial building or a separate outbuilding or shed (detached). Garages can vary in size and can provide space for one, two or three cars but are also commonly used for storage of a variety of items from furniture and fittings to tools and equipment, or as a space to carry out projects such as painting, woodworking, and other hobbies or jobs.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

Hybrid Fire Detection for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

In short, a healthcare facility is any location where healthcare is provided. Healthcare facilities range from small clinics and doctor’s offices to urgent care centres and large hospitals. Healthcare facilities may be owned by for-profit businesses, non-profit organisations, governments and, in some cases, by individuals.

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