Detectors news for July 2011

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Crowcon appoints Mike Ophield as Managing DirectorCrowcon appoints Mike Ophield as Managing Director
Crowcon Detection Instruments aim to take their brand to a new level with newly appointed managing director Crowcon Detection Instruments has appointed Mike...
Chubb protects school children from risk of fireChubb protects school children from risk of fire
Chubb Fire & Security have installed new digital fire alarms in two buildings of the school Chubb Fire & Security is upgrading existing fire...
Fire detection technology from Apollo keeps Bristol's M Shed museum collection safeFire detection technology from Apollo keeps Bristol's M Shed museum collection safe
M Shed's specific choice of fire detection is Apollo's Multi Alarm GB Apollo fire detection technology has been chosen to protect M Shed in Bristol; an...
Intertek showcase £1million test facility at Firex 2011Intertek showcase £1million test facility at Firex 2011
Intertek commend Firex for its bringing together of fire industry leaders and innovators Global Testing and Certification Body, Intertek revealed the...
Apollo's XPander range of wireless fire detectors now extendedApollo's XPander range of wireless fire detectors now extended
Apollo's Xpander range has been designed to be used in conjunction with a standard fire detection system Apollo has updated and extended its XPander range of...
Cooper Fulleon release MED approved product range for 2011Cooper Fulleon release MED approved product range for 2011
Cooper Fulleon has expanded its fire alarm range Cooper Fulleon is fully aware that its customers are always looking for the latest and best...
Crowcon portable gas detector helps BBC during Indonesian volcanoCrowcon portable gas detector helps BBC during Indonesian volcano
Crowcon Detection manufacture a complete range of portable and fixed gas detection products Tetra 3 has been used to detect hydrogen sulphide gas in...
C-TEC’S Hush Buttons fully monitored fire detection is chosen by Cottsway HousingC-TEC’S Hush Buttons fully monitored fire detection is chosen by Cottsway Housing
Hush Buttons meet the requirements of BS 5839, the code of practice for fire alarm systems in dwellings One of the UK’s most innovative Housing...


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