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Hybrid Fire Detection for Data Centres

Hybrid Fire Detection for Data Centres

A data centre is a facility used to house computer systems and associated component systems such as telecommunications and data storage. These facilities often include backup components, infrastructure for power supply, data communication connections and environmental controls such as air conditioning or cooling.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Care Homes

Hybrid Fire Detection for Care Homes

Care homes are a type of residential care that provides around the clock care for elderly or infirm people. Care homes, or nursing homes, typically provide permanent residence for those that need regular care, but also, in some situations, provide short-term rehabilitative stays following surgery, illness or injury.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Restaurants

Hybrid Fire Detection for Restaurants

Restaurants are businesses that prepare and serve food and drinks, typically for the general public or patrons of a hotel. Restaurants can vary from being award-winning Michelin star or fine dining establishments to fast food or casual dining chains.

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Using Hybrid Fire Detection for Aesthetically Sensitive Interiors

Using Hybrid Fire Detection for Aesthetically Sensitive Interiors

The aesthetics of any building are important. The lines, shapes, size, texture, colour balance and many other aspects all contribute to how a building looks and feels. Without proper consideration and design, buildings would just be uninspirational and drab structures. It is important that buildings not only look great from the outside but that they impress on the inside too.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Churches and Cathedrals

Hybrid Fire Detection for Churches and Cathedrals

Churches and cathedrals are buildings are typically used for religious activities. However, they can also provide valuable support for communities and host charitable activities. Many churches and cathedrals are well known architectural masterpieces, with some dating back as early as 230AD.

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