Pyrotec Systems Ltd specified Kentec fire control panels and repeater units to replace the old addressable fire alarm control panels, due to their ability to be incorporated alongside the building’s existing field devices.
Nine of the Kentec Syncro analogue addressable fire control panels and six repeater units will provide the network with a complete building system solution.
The installation of the fire control panels allow for improvements in evacuation procedures as well as future implementation of loop powered base sounders throughout the site in order to enhance safety.
Around 6,500 babies are delivered each year at the Women’s Centre, which cares for women who have had difficult pregnancies or babies who need special care.
Kentec’s products are independently tested and approved to EN54 parts 2 and 4, EN12094 part 2, UL and FM, whilst their range of management systems are approved to BS EN 1SO 9001:2008.
The company’s Sigma A-CP range of conventional fire control panels, for small installations including outdoor shopping centres and with less than 24 fire detectors per zone, have recently been UL listed.
Units 25-27 Fawkes Avenue
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