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Bull protects one of Europe’s tallest residential buildings

  • 5 Dec 2017

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Bull Products has been awarded a contract to supply over 80 alarm systems to protect one of Europe’s tallest residential buildings.

The building consists of 68 storeys and more than 900 homes. Bull is set to supply its Cygnus alarm systems across all floors of The South Quay Plaza in Canary Wharf until project competition in 2020. 

The Cygnus radio system is a wireless emergency fire, first aid, and intruder alarm for construction sites. It has been designed specifically for environments that are constantly changing and demand a higher performance from the radio.

Rose Markham, managing director at Bull Products, says: “Our alarm units are becoming widely used in some of the largest construction projects and some of the most famous buildings in London and we believe this is down to the system’s innovation, flexibility, and reliability.”

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