C-TEC will once again be exhibiting at Security Essen, Germany, being located in Hall 6.
From 25 – 28 September, the action-packed area for fire detection and live demonstrations will feature C-TEC’s stand of 6B50 – on show will be its revolutionary new CAST-protocol XFP 1-2 loop addressable fire system, its far-reaching range of VdS-certified EN54-4 power supplies and its powerful range of 1-8 loop ZFP touchscreen-controlled addressable fire panels.
Also on display will be C-TEC’s EN54-13 conventional fire alarm system solution and the company’s award-winning Hush Button fire alarm solution for tower blocks, flats, apartments and other HMOs.
Charlotte Manley, C-TEC’s Sales Director, commented: “Security Essen is always very exciting for C-TEC as it presents us with an opportunity to showcase our third-party certified systems to international buyers.
“We are looking forward to meeting long-standing customers and potential new partners on our stand.”
To register, visit https://www.security-essen.de
Phone +44 (0) 1942 322744
Fax +44 (0) 1942 829867
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