Fire alarm & detection system

Along with the addressable & conventional systems other developed systems are available

Along with normal heat & smoke detectors also available:
Wireless detectors
Beam smoke detectors
Multi-criteria detectors
Flame detection
Gas detection units
Linear heat detections
Aspirating smoke detection

Paging alarm system

are effective, cost and time saving devices used to alert designated wardens to the specific location of a blaze. making building-wide evacuations unnecessary.

Wireless Detector

wireless intelligent fire detector range, designed for use where electrical wiring installations are restricted or difficult.

Beam Detector

Are addressable reflector-type linear optical beam smoke detectors, designed to operate as a component of an intelligent fire alarm system. They operate primarily on the principle of light obscuration utilizing an infra-red beam. Optical beam smoke detectors are particularly appropriate for protecting buildings with large open spaces such as warehouses, atriums, etc.


Analogue detectors are designed around a fully digital protocol. Multicriteria Detector combines photoelectric and thermal sensing.


Flame Detector detects fires by monitoring in both the ultraviolet and infrared (UV & IR) spectral ranges making it highly immune to false alarms caused by lightning, arc welding, hot objects and other sources of radiation.


Designed to detect flammable gas or vapor, the gas sensors offer a cost-effective way to detect hazards in the air.


Aspirating Smoke Detection (ASD), consists of a central detection unit. The unit sucks air using a fan through a network of sampling pipes and sampling holes. These detect smoke, generating warning signals when appropriate. Aspirating Smoke Detectors are highly sensitive. They can detect smoke before it is even visible to the human eye


Linear Heat Detector is a paradigm shift in fire and heat detection. Its linear stainless-steel detection tube utilizes state-of-the-art pneumatic and electronic technologies to sensitively analyze the Rate of temperature Rise (RoR), providing real-time and reliable alerts to fire or overheating.