FireClass News

FireClass To Host Technology Days To Showcase Its EN54 Approved Fire Detection Solutions

As an official sponsor of the British Superbike Championships, FireClass are hosting a series of dedicated technology days throughout the race season. During these days, exclusively invited FireClass customers are able to learn about the latest developments in commercial fire detection systems and given the chance to get up to speed with the latest changes in codes and standards, whilst also enjoying a day out at the Superbikes. FireClass have a range of EN54 approved fire detection solutions f...

FireClass To Host A Series Of Dedicated Technology Days, As Part Of British Superbike Championships 2019

As an official sponsor of the British Superbike Championships 2019, FireClass is hosting a series of dedicated technology days throughout the race season. During these days, exclusively invited FireClass customers will be able to learn about the latest developments in commercial fire detection systems and given the chance to get up to speed with the latest changes in codes and standards, while also enjoying a day out at the superbikes. EN54 approved fire detection solutions FireClass have a r...

FireClass System Provides Complete EN54-13 Standard Compliance And Certification

Compliance with the EN54-13 standard is at the heart of the drive for enhanced fire protection and a reduction in false alarms. The standard calls for testing of a complete system to ensure fully functional compatibility of the various components regardless of the manufacturer or brand. As such it is the standard for system performance rather than a product standard. In response to these requirements, FireClass provides a system, rather than a components-based approach to fire detection, monito...

FireClass Multi-Sensing Detection Technology Helps Improve False Alarm Management

False alarm prevention is a serious concern for most homes of multiple occupancy such as care homes, student halls and even hospitals. If a false fire alarm instance occurs, residents are likely to have to evacuate the building; this can cause inconvenience and panic amongst vulnerable groups. It can even be costly, for both the organization due to down time and hours of business lost during the false alarm incident, and for the fire and rescue service who would have to attend the scene. Multi...

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