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Keeping Safe – Why Fire Protection Products Are Important

As you’ll see when you visit Fire Systems Direct, there are a lot of different fire protection systems for sale. We’ve included a brief description on each product page – but you may still be unsure about which one is suitable for you. If this is the case, then ask yourself why you are buying the item/s in question. 

For example, are you a home owner whose first priority is to protect their family and prevent damage to their property wherever possible? If the answer is yes, then a Conventional Fire System may be the better choice for you. On the other hand, if you are a business owner, then you may want to buy an Intelligent Alarm System instead – something like an Analogue Addressable Detector that will tell you the precise location of the fire and allow you to take immediate action.

Choosing the Right Fire Protection System

Ultimately it is about asking the right questions before making your decision. Either way, it’s vitally important that you install some form of fire protection product to protect you – whether it’s for domestic or business use. To find out the cost of fire protection systems , please visit our online shop. If you need any further advice or support, we’d be very pleased to help – just email us and we’ll reply as a matter of urgency.

Detecting a Fire – What You Need To Know

Installing a suitable fire detection product is the first thing you need to do – and, as mentioned previously, it’s important to choose a system that’s suitable for its intended environment. But buying an alarm or detector is not enough on its own. For example, businesses need to allocate an assembly point, so that staff know what location to head toward in the event of an emergency – but this is equally as important in a domestic setting: safe exit-points from the home need to be immediately identified to avoid confusion in the event of a fire. Commercial environments are harder to manage – because of their scale and more complex layout and, in part, because of the number of people working on the premises. Ensuring that manual call-points – which allow individuals to raise an alarm if they see smoke/fire – are established will help to reduce risks. It’s equally important that the business appoints Fire Marshalls, whilst ensuring all employees are aware of fire exits and know how to raise an alarm correctly.

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