Fire Alarm Systems

Access Integrated Systems design, install & maintain Fire Detection & Emergency Lighting systems. Our experts hold accreditations in working under the UK’s strict fire safety legislation and can advise you every step of the way to ensure you have a robust fire alarm and strategy for your site specific requirements.

Conventional Fire alarm system installation kit
Conventional Fire Alarm

Conventional fire alarms are ideal for small buildings, such as individual offices or retail shops. They go off individually when they detect smoke or heat and will help everyone escape from your building safely and quickly.

fire alarm system control panel installation
Addressable Fire Alarm

Analogue addressable devices are individually identified with an address (number) on a loop of wiring. The control panel communicates with each device in turn and each device reports back with an analogue value based upon how much smoke or heat is present.

Wireless Fire Alarm

Wireless fire alarm system installations do not have wires.  Instead, a radio signal is transmitted from the call points, smoke and heat detectors to the fire alarm control panel (the call point is the box on the wall where you can raise the alarm if you spot a fire).

Fire Alarm Call Points

A manual call point is a device which enables personnel to raise an alarm in the event of a fire incident by pressing a frangible element to activate the alarm system..

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Fire Alarm System Installers

Having a Fire Alarm system installation is very critical for any business. Eventualy, it protects the life of staff and public as well as the property and business in case of an unlikely event. In addition, any negligence in the fire and safety measures may
cause total damage of the business. At the same time, Fire alarms detect the presence of smoke, heat and fire and alarms so that people can be evacuated and measures to prevent the fire can be taken.


Factors to decide on when choosing A Fire Alarm System Installation

Interested in an Fire Alarm System Installation?

  • Ultimately, Identifying potential risks by doing a thorough risk analysis of the business and premises will be beneficial.
  • Identify the areas of higher risks, like ware house area, potential electrical short circuit threats etc.
  • In addition, use smoke sensors and heat sensors to identify the potential areas of risks.
  • Depending on the size of the premise , business can be small, large and huge. Smaller commercial properties tend to be more suited to conventional fire alarms, which will consist of detectors and call points that can be activated manually or automatically to raise the alarm.Larger buildings with multiple floors will require at least one fire detector to be placed on every level and in some cases each room.In huge buildings exact location of fire can be found by using addressable fire alarm systems which are programmed so that each device has its own specific location. This can be programmed as required. For example shut down the equipments, activate fire suppression equipment and recall elevators to ground level.
  • Do you need a communication system with the FIRE ALARM? If there are a number of people on your premises, you may need a way of communicating directly with them. It allows you to give specific evacuation instructions.