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FFE to exhibit Fireray smoke detectors and Talentum flame detectors at Security Essen 2016

Published on 9 August 2016
Through this ongoing research, FFE is not only providing quality today, but developing world-leading technologies for tomorrow

Over 8% of FFE’s revenues are re-invested back into R&D, developing the technologies that are at the core of Fireray and Talentum

FFE will be showing the latest in smoke and flame detection at Security Essen between September 27-30. The company will be showcasing its Fireray optical beam smoke detectors and its Talentum specialist flame detectors. FFE will be in Hall 3, Booth 3A62.

Designed to secure large buildings

Fireray beam detectors are specifically designed to provide protection in large buildings with high ceilings, where conventional point smoke detectors are ineffective. With their modern design and minimal footprint, Fireray detectors are used in applications as varied as airports, railways stations and warehouses to shopping centers, sports arenas and places of worship.

Security in sensitive environments

Talentum flame detectors are used in sensitive or dangerous environments to detect fires even before smoke is produced, or where smokeless fires may occur. By watching for and recognising the non-visible ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) signatures of flames, the Talentum range does not need smoke to detect a fire. They can even detect flames through steam, smoke and, with an Air Purge Kit, dust. They are also immune to the effects of wind.

New technological advancements

Commenting on FFE’s appearance at Security Essen, the company’s Managing Director Mark Osborne says: “Innovation is part of our DNA. Over 8% of all our revenues are re-invested back into R&D, developing the technologies that are at the core of Fireray and Talentum and helping to bring about new technological breakthroughs. Through this ongoing research, FFE is not only providing quality today, but developing world-leading technologies for tomorrow. We look forward to demonstrating these technologies in Essen this September.”

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