FFE to introduce new Fireray beam detector range at FIREX

  • 7 Jun 2017

FFE will be attending this year’s FIREX show in London and displaying the new Fireray beam detectors at booth E200.

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The new range offers the full suite of beam detector types (Reflective, End-to-End and Exd) and is modular, providing tailored protection for the widest range of applications.

The range requires no specialist tools or knowledge, minimises nuisance alarms with patented FFE technology and can be installed in a wider range of applications than before.

In addition, the Fireray range requires low-level controllers, installation time is 25% less and it operates in dusty and wet environments.

FFE will also be showing its extensive range of fire safety technology, including Talentum flame detectors, which are ideal for harsh industrial environments such as recycling and oil and gas production.

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