The Axis EN fire panel from Advanced has collected the Polish POLALARM Award for ‘Devices and Fire Alarms Systems’.
Organised by the Polish Association of Engineers and Technicians for Technical Security and Security Management, the awards recognise both Polish and foreign fire safety systems.
The Axis EN is an EN54 approved panel range, fully compliant with parts 2, 4 and 13. The panel is designed with user-friendly operation in mind, with more configuration, display, status and control options than any other Advanced fire panel.
Kryzsztof Dembinski of Zeto-Project, Advanced’s Polish partner, commented: “As Advanced’s partner in Poland we’re delighted that that the experts at POLALARM recognise the features of the Axis EN fire panel. For us, it is reassuring to know that the fire safety systems from Advanced which we offer our customers are of the highest quality.”
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