The Benefits Of A Wireless Fire Alarm System
Minimising disruption to your site ...
When you need a new fire alarm system, but can't disrupt your site for an extended period of time whilst it is installed, it is certainly worth considering a wireless fire alarm instead ...
The wireless fire alarm systems we supply meet all UK fire safety regulations!
Installation of a complete wireless fire alarm system normally takes my engineers just a day, which minimises disruption to your daily business activities. Of course, for the largest of sites, it could take a couple of days at most.
"We always work with you to plan the best dates and times to get the project completed with the minimal interruption!"
Costs for the latest wireless fire alarm systems are normally no more than a conventional one and so any manager or business owner should consider them a perfectly logical alternative for sites where disruption to business must be minimised.
All the systems Picaw install meet current regulations and, as we have found from our extensive experience with them, are as reliable as conventional systems, though they can be affected by changes in the environment such as moving equipment, racking or walls. A quick call to us and we can organise a survey and relocation if needed.
Apart from any faults displayed on the control panel, it also shows any batteries that have prematurely run down, but we routinely replace them every three years as part of your normal maintenance contract with us.
"Maintenance and testing is always carried out in accordance with current legal fire regulations!"
If you think a wireless fire alarm system would be suitable for your site, or maybe you're thinking of replacing your old wired system now it's getting to end of life, then do call me on 0845 287 3622 or click here to send me an email enquiry and let's arrange a site survey to see how Picaw can help you.
Until next time ...
While working with Volvo in the late 70’s I realised the way forward in international component distribution was computing. I created a company distributing components for several international manufacturers using the 'new' computers of the day. I quickly realised we needed our own programs so started writing distribution software. I grew the company by developing the software until I eventually sold my shares 20 years later, but retaining the rights to the software. I continued developing the software and supplied it to several similar companies where the software is still used today.
During 1999, I was asked by a friend to develop a facility to video the live sea conditions on the south coast accessible on the internet. Working with a Linux software developer I created our first remote video application. The internet boom of 2000 allowed me to develop a commercial application forming the basis of our systems today.