Bull Products will be showcasing its innovative range of fire protection products at its debut appearance at this year’s Build Show.
Part of UK Construction Week, the Build Show is a stage for the latest products on the market, welcoming in excess of 30,000 industry professionals.
From 9 – 11 October, at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Bull will be on stand B48, showcasing its Cygnus Wireless Alarm System – a major innovation in wireless emergency fire alarms for construction sites.
The Cygnus radio system is the most adaptable temporary fire alarm system; it has featured on some of the largest construction projects nationwide, including Battersea Power Station, Crossrail Tunnels and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Bull will also present its Cygnus mobile detection device, which is incorporated into the fire point stations.
Generally, heat and smoke detectors need to be fixed to ceilings or walls using ladders or podiums, which can be cumbersome and comes with the risk of falls from height.
The device is height adjustable and can be raised to a height of over 3 metres, enabling the detector attached to the top to be positioned at any height between 2.1 and 3.2 metres from the ground.
The recently upgraded Fire, Spill, and First Aid First Responder Stations will also be on show, which are fully mobile and can be deployed at strategic locations around sites.
Matthew Trigwell, Sales Director at Bull Products, commented: “We’re excited to be sharing our latest product innovations at this year’s Build Show.
“This is our first time at the show and it presents an ideal opportunity to strengthen our presence in the market and showcase our product ranges to contractors and housebuilders.”
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