London residential block gets 10x faster protection with Hyfire Wireless

A landmark residential building close to The Angel Islington is now being protected by cutting-edge Taurus wireless fire devices from Hyfire, fitted and commissioned in around one-tenth of the time a traditional install would have taken.  Future Group installed almost…

REACH Wireless Trading Roadshow

Apollo is excited to be launching a new range of hybrid-wireless devices, REACH Wireless. REACH Wireless offers a range of wireless alternatives to many fire safety products, providing flexibility and convenience in system design. The easy-install wireless units that can…

Landmark Tyneside apartments get Hyfire wireless protection

A prominent residential development close to the iconic Tyne Bridge is now protected by over 600 cutting-edge wireless devices from Hyfire following a comprehensive overhaul of the fire system. Built in the early-2000s as part of the Gateshead Quays development,…

Hyfire rings the changes to drive wireless growth

Global wireless fire detection and alarm devices leader Hyfire has unveiled a raft of changes to its UK team as it seeks to build on unprecedented growth in the wireless sector due to evolving fire regulations, increased demand on installers…

Intelligent Fire Detection from Hochiki replaces waking watch scheme in North London borough high-rise apartments

Ekho, the newest hybrid wireless fire-detection solution from Hochiki, leading global life-safety manufacturer, has been installed in six blocks of apartment buildings for North London borough to help improve fire detection. EN54-25 approved and RED compliant, Ekho uses the latest…

Kentec’s new K-Mesh wireless technology wins praise for Chester Cathedral project

K-Mesh, a next-generation wireless fire detection technology from Kentec Electronics, a leading manufacturer of life-critical control solutions, is winning deserved praise from the installer of a new system protecting the historic Chester Cathedral. Brad Parker, founder of Charles Thomas Heritage…

Hochiki improve life safety at special educational setting with their flexible and easy-to-install range of fire-detection devices

Based in Norfolk, the Fred Nicholson school meets the educational needs of 162 pupils who have Educational Health and Care Plans identifying learning difficulties and a range of associated complex needs, including some children who receive specialist Autistic Spectrum Condition…

Over 2,000 Hyfire wireless devices commissioned in ultra-fast London high-rise installation

Four landmark London towers are now benefiting from cutting-edge fire protection thanks to Hyfire wireless devices, which were installed in record time thanks to a partnership between Hyfire, installers Gemini AMPM and FirstPort, the property management specialists. With up to…

Prime Secure launches wireless evacuation alarm technology, reducing burden on leaseholders paying for 24/7 waking watch by 82%

Prime Secure’s Fire Safety division, the Waking Watch Initiative, has launched the UK’s first affordable, wireless common fire alarm system, V-Fire,1 which removes the need for expensive waking watch fire marshals in high-rise buildings with flammable cladding. In the wake…

Kentec launches next generation wireless detection system

Kentec Electronics, a leading manufacturer of life-critical control systems, has launched K-Mesh, a next-generation wireless detection system that uses self-healing and configuring Mesh technology to deliver optimum levels of reliability.  Launched at Intersec 2022, K-Mesh is a new development and…

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