C-TEC is sponsoring the 5th International Tall Building Fire Safety Conference, taking place at London’s ExCeL from 19-21 June.
Andy Green, C-TEC’s Marketing Manager, commented: “As a leading manufacturer of world-class life-safety systems, we are well-qualified to sponsor the Tall Building Conference.
“Delegates will be invited to a networking lunch on our stand on Wednesday to see live demonstrations of Hush2, the latest version of C-TEC’s revolutionary hush button fire alarm solution for flats, apartments, HMOs and other domestic dwellings.”
C-TEC will also be showcasing CAST, its powerful new own-protocol fire detection and alarm system. Created following considerable demand for powerful yet cost-effective addressable fire systems, CAST panels are designed to integrate effortlessly with a wide range of C-TEC-manufactured fire detectors, sounders, call points and interfaces.
Other innovations to look for are the company’s high-performance range of EN54-23 certified visual alarm devices and an advanced range of hybrid digital power supplies.
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