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Hybrid Fire Detection for Storage Facilities

Hybrid Fire Detection for Storage Facilities

Self-storage facilities rent out space, usually on a short-term basis, to individuals that need some extra space to store furniture, household items or anything they don’t have the space to store elsewhere. Businesses also often use self-storage facilities to store other items such as stock, inventory or archived records. The hired space can be a simple locker, a container or small to large rooms.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Escape Rooms

Hybrid Fire Detection for Escape Rooms

An escape room, also sometimes known as an escape game, is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles to escape from a locked room. There is a variety of different types of escape room, but typically they can have teams of up to twelve people taking part, working their way through games and puzzles. Some of the most common features found in escape rooms include; locks and keys, a locked door, multiple rooms, hidden doors and a particular theme that the game is based around.

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Wireless Linear Heat Detection for Outbuildings

Wireless Linear Heat Detection for Outbuildings

Outbuildings are usually small constructions that accompany a main building. Outbuildings can be anything from a shed, barn or stable to a garage, storage area or temporary building.

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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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