Illumino Ignis, a supplier of fire, safety and disability products, specified FFE’s Fireray infra-red beam smoke detectors as they allow for coverage of a large area at a reduced cost.
The detectors can be installed without access equipments or long cable runs, saving both time and money.
This made them more appealing to the company than fixed-point detector as the infra-red beams can cover the length of the warehouse’s interior.
The Fireray 5000 is motorised and reflective with the ability to auto align.
It combines an infra-red transmitter and receiver within the same unit and operates by projecting a laser beam to a reflective prism; the beam is then returned to the receiver for analysis.
The infra-red beam of a single detector can span up to 100m. For a wider coverage, the system can be installed with two detector heads.
Fire Fighting Enterprises
9 Hunting Gate
01462 444 740
The number of international students on the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers’ (GAI) diploma programme surpasses those in the UK for the first time ever.Posted in Architectural Ironmongery, Articles, Awards, Building Associations & Institutes, Building Industry Events, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Continuing Professional Development (CPD's), Doors, Posts, Training
The inaugural ‘Planet Passionate’ Sustainability Report from Kingspan reviews the first year of progress in the 10-year strategy the company launched in December 2019.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Services, Building Systems, Insulation, news, Publications, Retrofit & Renovation, Site Preparation, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Walls, Waste Management & Recycling
A very large chemicals processer increases the efficiency of asset safety inspections with inspection templates and automated reporting, using reliable Unitags and SafeTrak software from Scafftag.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Services, Facility Management & Building Services, Health & Safety, Plant, Equipment and Hire, Posts, Site Preparation
The National Museum of the Royal Navy features Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers, helping to extend the conservation work to more historic British battleships.Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Building Products & Structures, Building Services, Case Studies, Facility Management & Building Services, Information Technology, Innovations & New Products, Interiors, Posts, Site Preparation, Sustainability & Energy Efficiency, Thermal Imaging and Monitors