Fire Alarm System 

A properly designed and installed fire alarm is a foundational component of your fire protection system.

The presence of a reliable fire alarm properly designed and installed fire alarm is a foundational component of your fire protection system. The presence of a reliable fire alarm in your building ensures total code compliance, but more importantly, it saves lives. The blaring sirens and flashing lights of a fire alarm tell occupants to evacuate the building long before they smell smoke or see flames.

 

COMPONENTS OF A FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

When you picture a fire alarm, you probably think of strobe lights and sirens, but many other parts are required to make everything work properly

  1. Smoke and heat detectors
  2. Duct detectors
  3. Sprinkler water flow switches
  4. Manual pull stations
  5. Horns, bells, and chimes
  6. Integrated intercom and paging systems
  7. Strobe lights
  8. Electronic signs
  9. Fire alarm control panels
  10. Annunciator panels
  11. Booster panels
  12. Fire alarm monitoring devices
  13. Backup batteries

Networked fire alarm systems in your building ensures total code compliance, but more importantly, it saves lives. The blaring sirens and flashing lights of a fire alarm tell occupants to evacuate the building long before they smell smoke or see flames.