The Cygnus wireless alarm system from Bull Products has been chosen to enhance high-rise safety on the Wardian London development.
Wardian London is a prestigious residential development in Canary Wharf that combines modern architecture with innovative landscaping. Once complete, the development will include two iconic apartment towers with 764 rooms, restaurants, shops and a cinema.
In partnership with Wingate Electrical, M&E contractor for Ballymore, Bull has supplied its Cygnus Fire Call Point Alarm System – a range of devices that have been designed to provide temporary fire protection on construction sites.
Due to the alarm system’s high-strength signal and connectivity, the alarms can communicate despite signal interference and obstacles such as concrete and steel, ensuring workers are notified immediately in an emergency.
Bradley Markham, director at Bull Products, commented: “Our wireless alarm system is the ideal solution for residential developments such as this as it can be moved around as the site changes or grows, saving time and money. There’s no compromise on site safety as our innovative technology offers maximum protection to workers around the clock.
“With high-rise buildings in particular, there is a real need to protect all levels from a fire during construction – the Cygnus system is the ideal solution to provide end-to-end fire safety.”
Providing comprehensive fire safety protection through a fully linked network of detectors and call points, wireless fire alarm systems are the most effective and safest solution for construction sites and workers.
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