fire alarm

Fire alarm systems provide a means to identify a developing fire though detectors or manual pull stations and alerting building occupants to a fire condition and the need to evacuate. The system may also signal the fire department and can initiate automatic fire suppression systems. The control panel is the brain of the alarm system and is responsible for monitoring the alarm input devices such as detection and activating output devices such as signaling.

mass notification

Provide real-time information to all building occupants or personnel in the immediate vicinity of a building during emergency situations. ´╗┐Protect and alert your greatest asset, your people.


conventional systems

Conventional fire alarm are commonly used on medium sized applications. On a conventional system, zone circuits are routed through the protected space.´╗┐


waterflow package

When there is an increase in water pressure inside a water main that supplies a sprinkler system, an alarm is sent to the alarm company, which relays the alarm to the fire department.


intelligent & addressable

These “intelligent” systems monitor and control the capabilities of each alarm initiating and signaling device through microprocessors and system software.