|C3 shows off its fire skills
November 2016, C3 Shared Services, Integrated Solutions
‘Industrial fire detection and suppression’ was the theme of a hugely successful event organised by C3 Shared Services in September 2016.
|Automatic gaseous fire suppression systems
November 2016, FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association), Associations
Automatic gaseous fire suppression systems are installed to suppress fires either automatically or manually. These systems are installed in server rooms, archive rooms, MCC rooms, telecoms environments etc.
|Elvey on fire
October 2016, Elvey Security Technologies
Fire installers should be certified by an SAQCC-Fire endorsed training provider and have worked for six months under the supervision of a registered competent person.
|Fire safety is dish of the day
One of Europe’s leading producers of fine porcelain is now protected by a range of new life-safety solutions from Hochiki Europe.
|New gas suppression distributor
October 2016, Sensor Security Systems, Products
Sensor Security recently acquired the rights to supply two new fire product ranges.
|Fire safety at home
October 2016, G2 Security, This Week's Editor's Pick, Residential Estate (Industry)
There is a general complacency in South Africa with regard to fire safety in the home. A large misconception is that fire detection is for commercial properties but not residential.
|Are you fire ready?
September 2016, UTC Fire & Security, Spero Sensors & Instruments, Technoswitch, Xtralis (UK), This Week's Editor's Pick
When planning for safety and security risk mitigation, businesses and homeowners often make the mistake of concentrating solely on perimeter security, surveillance and access control.
|Why wireless, why hybrid?
September 2016, G2 Security
With more dependence on wireless products in our everyday lives it was inevitable that things would change in the security and fire marketplace.
|Rational designs for safety
September 2016, Security Services & Risk Management
Inhaling five breaths in a smoke filled room can lead to death. It is therefore imperative for buildings to be designed to allow for the control of fire and smoke.
|Fire casualties too high in SA
September 2016, Elvey Security Technologies
The number of deaths in non-residential fires has risen dramatically from 248 in 2004 to 578 in 2013 while the financial losses incurred by both residential and non-residential fires has also risen sharply.
|Intelligent fire detection for Eskom power station
September 2016, C3 Shared Services, This Week's Editor's Pick, Industrial (Industry)
Eskom approached C3 Shared Services to upgrade its Mpumalanga power station, a vast entity with a generating capacity of 2100 megawatts of electricity.
|New products from Technoswitch
September 2016, Technoswitch, Products
Technoswitch recently completed a national product launch, starting with an event in Cape Town, followed by Johannesburg and finally Durban.
|Gold mine installs fire protection
September 2016, FS Systems
FS-Systems was approached by a large mining company in Ghana to upgrade its existing fire detection systems and replace them with the latest technology in fire detection and voice evacuation systems.
|Fire safety in retirement home
September 2016, FSD Fire & Security Distributors
Fire & Security Distributors (FSD) recently delivered a range of passive fire stopping products for the Pinelands Grove Retirement Home.
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