Leading life-safety systems manufacturer, C-TEC, will be exhibiting at Fire Safety NEC Birmingham, from 9 – 11 April, on Stand FS20.
Billed as a ‘must-attend’ event for anyone with a focus on improving life-safety, business continuity and protection for their organisation, the show features free CPD-accredited educational seminars, in excess of 30 exhibitors and the industry’s latest innovations.
C-TEC will showcase its CAST addressable fire alarm system, its innovative Quantec Surveyor II data management software, and Hush Pro, a new domestic variant of the company’s revolutionary Hush Button, developed specifically to enhance fire safety in flats, apartments and other tall buildings/HMOs.
Andy Green, C-TEC’s Marketing Manager, commented: “Fire Safety NEC promises to be a great show for C-TEC as we’ll be unveiling Hush Pro, the latest version of our Hush Button fire alarm solution, and also presenting a seminar on the issues surrounding ‘Stay Put’ policies in the Fire Safety Keynote Theatre.”
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