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Current Building Regulations insist all new non-domestic buildings with more than one storey provide relatively safe places, commonly known as refuge areas, where people who cannot easily use fire escapes and evacuation lifts can call for assistance and wait until help arrives. Simple, effective two-way communication in these areas is essential, firstly to assist rescue teams in determining where assistance is required and secondly to reassure people help is on the way.


Designed to comply with BS 5839 Part 9, the controllers are typically located in a building’s control room or fire services access point, allowing management and/or fire services to communicate via a telephone style handset with the outstations which are available as follows.


  • Type A (Telephone Style)For use with fire telephone and stadium marshal systems

  • Type B (Intercom Style)For use with disabled refuge systems

VESDA has become a generic name for most air sampling applications. It is normally used where high smoke sensitivity is required. Much like a vacuum cleaner, it sucks air from the protected environment via purpose built aspirating pipe and fittings and samples the quality of air passing through the VESDA detection laser chamber. It is also commonly used with a suppression system.

Care of the ill, elderly and disabled requires reliability. These systems ensure prompt and effective responses to calls for assistance at all times. Nurse call systems can be used in any environment requiring rapid response care.

Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA)

Nurse call systems

High value environments, such as computer or server rooms, data centres, telecommunications sites, etc. invariably require the protection of a fire detection and gas suppression system to protect such valuable equipment whilst also protecting the ongoing function of the business. Gas suppression systems have an inert or synthetic gas stored in high pressure cylinders. In the event of a fire the gas is released out of the cylinders into discharge pipework and directed to the protected space where the fire has been detected.  

Gas suppression

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Disabled refuge & fire telephone

A water mist system has the unique ability to deliver water as a fine atomised mist. This mist is quickly converted to steam that smothers the fire and prevents further oxygen from reaching it. This type of system combines the fire suppression properties of both sprinkler systems and gas suppression systems.

Water mist systems

Commercial kitchen fires are highly destructive. The potential loss to both property and life can be disastrous. In the event of fire, the wet chemical agent is automatically discharged from all discharge nozzles. The wet chemical agent attacks the fire by rapidly knocking down the flame and reacting with the heat and cooking grease to produce a soap-like foam layer starving the fire of oxygen and preventing a fire re-flash. The system can also be manually activated.

Ansul systems

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