Alarm and Detection


The tasks of monitoring a facility or application for potential fire threats or operating a releasing system are facilitated by a fire detection and alarm system.

Fire detection devices, typically smoke, heat or optical fire detectors, electronically relay fire events to a fire control panel which processes the fire detection signals from protected areas and immediately performs key operations, including sounding alarms, shutting down equipment, and releasing fire suppression systems. The control panel also facilitates input signals from manual stations, as well as audible and visual notification devices.

These systems are supervised to ensure circuit integrity. In addition, the control panels are supplied with battery backup in the event of power loss.


  • Spot type heat detection
  • Linear heat detection
  • Air sampling smoke detection
  • Standard smoke detection
  • Sophisticated gas & flame detection

Manual Stations

  • Discharge stations
  • Key lock-out stations
  • Abort stations

Audible and Visual Devices

  • Alarm horns
  • Alarm strobes
  • Alarm bells
  • Explosion proof devices
  • Combination units