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C-TEC hails Firex 2011 its busiest fire exhibition yet

Published on 15 June 2011
C-TEC launched an extensive range of fire alarm control panels and supplies at their stand at Firex 2011
C-TEC celebrated it 30th anniversary as a manufacturer of life-safety products at Firex 2011

Leading life-safety equipment manufacturer, C-TEC, has hailed its presence at Firex 2011 a huge success.

The company celebrated its 30th anniversary by launching an extensive array of new fire alarm control panels, call systems and power supplies at the show.

Said Andrew Foster, C-TEC’s Managing Director: “Firex 2011 was our busiest exhibition yet and we were delighted by the volume of visitors. One of C-TEC’s strengths is its ability to continually bring original life-safety products to market and the feedback we got on our latest batch of new products was excellent.”

New products on display included new-style super-enhanced CFP and XFP fire panels, exciting new additions to the 800 Series call system range and various Dementia Care Solutions for the Quantec addressable call system. The company also previewed its revolutionary new range of multi-loop touch-screen controlled analogue fire panels, set for release next year.

With third-party product certifications and factory process approvals from three major independent approval bodies, the BSI, the LPCB and the VdS, C-TEC exports to over 60 countries worldwide and enjoys an enviable international reputation as one of the UK’s biggest manufacturers of world-class life-safety products.

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