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  • The FIA has published a ‘Guide to fire detection and fire alarms in houses converted to flats’. It is a general discussion document that examines existing guidance...
  • According to Government figures*, the UK’s fire and rescue services attended nearly a quarter of a million false alarm incidents throughout the last two years, with...
  • A fire can occur anywhere, even where we least expect it. With losses caused by fire estimated at 1% of the global GDP each year, fire safety must be viewed in the...
  • You carry out fire drills regularly – and everyone troops out to the car park or nearby assembly point and they probably see it as anything from a minor...
  • Fire doors are probably one of the most boring subjects on earth – until you have a fire, then they suddenly become real heroes and save lives!  Unfortunately, it...
  • If you’re installing a fire door you need to ensure it is certified and that it carries the certificating labels that prove it is.  That’s what Fire Door Safety...
  • EN54-23, the European standard on visual alarm devices, came into force on 31 December 2013. Here, Peter Lackey, Fire Product Marketing Manager at ADT Fire &...
  • Reliably and effectively extracting smoke during a fire is a critical design element for commercial ventilation systems.  However, there is often a conflict between...
  • Wrightstyle is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of advanced steel and aluminium glazing systems, supplying fire and blast resistant systems worldwide.   Tim...
  • The 3000 series of fully-controlled concealed door closers from Astra Door Controls now features a new slimline face plate to make it easier and quicker to fit, and...

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