Bull Products

Spurs’ new ground protected by Bull alarms

  • 17 Jan 2018

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Bull Products has sealed a contract for its Cygnus alarm system to feature throughout the work taking place on Tottenham Hotspur’s new 61,000-seater Stadium.

The football stadium, which will replace White Hart Lane as the home of Spurs, will also include over 500 new homes, as well as a hotel, local community health centre and large sports facility in the state-of-the-art development.

Bull, the manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, will be supplying in excess of 200 of its Cygnus alarm devices, including the Fire Call Point and First Aid Alarm.

These will protect workers, no matter what the emergency may be, with the units being used until the project is due to be finished later this year.

The Cygnus radio system has already been seen on a range of the largest construction projects nationwide, including Crossrail, Waterloo Station and Battersea Power Station.

For use on construction sites where changing site conditions and environments exists, these are ideal when a high performance from the radio is sought after, as opposed to those found in conventional wireless fire systems.

Sales director at Bull Products, Matthew Trigwell, commented on how preventative measures need to be put in place to protect site workers from possible hazards.

“There are thousands of fans who will be gearing up for the first game at the new stadium and we’re confident that our alarm systems will protect the development to the highest standards up until completion. We’re incredibly proud to be a part of such an exciting project in London,” he said.

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