Automatic Conventional Fire Alarm Systems

Ace Fire Services Supply, Install & Maintain all brands of Automatic Conventional Fire Alarm Systems.

Conventional detectors are designed to work with all conventional panels. These detectors are low profile and have dual LED’s for 360 degree visual indications. The LED’s are blinking in normal operating conditions whereas the steady state indicates fire status. The heat detector s use a thermostat and will raise an alarm when the detector reaches 59 C(Fixed) or when the change in temperature exceeds the rate of rise of 11 C / min.

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Advantages of Fire alarm suppiers

The best part about such systems is that they are very easy to install and maintain too. With just a few minute's effort, you can secure your entire building with such a system. For some highly sensitive areas like laboratories and server rooms, tripwire systems are more than enough for security.

Fire alarm systems are considered to be one of the most important security systems. With the help of fire alarm systems and monitoring station operator can give a fire warning to all clients and people who are involved with any kind of danger. The fire alarms that we provide help you to alert yourself for any kind of threat or danger.

Fire alarms are used for detecting any kind of smoke and fire. The smoke as well as fire is easily detectable by these sensors. These are connected to a central unit which gives an alarm to all concerned people. We also provide fire detectors and controllers that can be used for installation at places like hotels, offices etc.

Fire Alarms are used for:

  •   Fire Detection
  •   Fire Alarm Control Panel
  •   Smoke Detection
  •   Intrusion Detection Systems
  •   Door Entry Systems (Magnetic Swipe Card)
  •   Exit Alarms (Electrical Flameproof)
  •   Emergency Telephone Systems (VoIP)
  •   Access Control System
  •   Video Surveillance Systems

Types of fire alarm

  •  The smoke detector is the most common type of fire alarm. This device detects the presence of smoke by sensing any change in temperature, light emission, and gas levels within the area it is monitoring. When a change is detected, the device sets off a loud, distinctive sound to alert occupants of a fire hazard and to prompt them to evacuate the building.
  •  Alternatively, a heat detector can be used. These units detect changes in temperature that may signal a potential fire hazard. Some models have an additional sensor that looks for unusual air flow patterns caused by smoke to detect potential fires more quickly than with other types of detectors.
  •  As both smoke and heat alarms are effective methods for detecting fires, some manufacturers offer combination products that include both types of sensors.