Design, Supply, Install and Commission Fire Alarm Systems
Logic Security Fire Detection systems provide the earliest possible warning of a developing emergency situation.
Fire can devastate your business by putting lives and livelihoods at risk. Every second saved through early warning facilities can greatly reduce casualties in the event of an emergency by allowing the swift evacuation of people from your premises.
Our systems save lives, greatly reduce the damage and disruption fire and smoke can cause to your business premises, and help you meet your legislative responsibilities.
Logic Security design, supply, install and commission Fire Alarm systems. We also and service and maintain all brands fire alarm systems. All of our Fire engineers are trained to install and maintain your fire alarm according to the latest standard IS3218:2013″]
We offer a fully tailored service from Design, Installation and Commissioning through to Certification, Staff Training, Demonstrations, and Planned Preventative Maintenance which offers cover and support 24-7
TYPES OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Conventional fire alarms are typically found in small to medium size developments. Conventional systems tend to be cheaper to install than that of Addressable systems. However, they lack the many important features that addressable system has. A Conventional system will indicate the location of a fire, by indicating on the fire control panel the “Zone” that has activated. This zone may only be named as the “First Floor” with no other detail as to the specific location of the fire. The search area in fact could be as large as 2,000 metres in accordance with the standard.
Addressable systems are typically found in larger Buildings or Developments where locating a fire would be very difficult, so the purpose of an addressable system is to provide the exact location and as much detail as to the seat of the fire. Addressable systems are quite capable of providing the zone name i.e. “First Floor”, the device name i.e. 001, and also the exact device location e.g. Apartment number 15.
Wireless fire alarm systems carry all the benefits of a wired addressable fire alarm but without the hassle of cabling, These type of alarms are ideal for protecting decorative areas in period buildings, churches, etc where installing wiring is problematic. Although there is a considerable saving on wiring the wireless devices are costly compared to standard addressable devices given the additional radio transmitting elements. However the best of both worlds can be achieved with a hybrid system.