Early Warning with Bull’s Fire Alarms
In the event of an emergency, an early warning system is crucial and can mean the difference between life and death. Sadly, last year, according to HSE, there were over 15,000 fires in non-residential buildings and three people were killed in fires at work.
To ensure maximum safety for your site and workers, it’s important to have the correct fire alarm systems in place. Additionally, installing fire alarms can give fire marshals the opportunity to contain a small blaze before it spreads, limiting the potential for wide scale damage but more importantly, reducing the risk of serious injury or death.
At Bull, we’re always looking at ways to protect workers and sites to the highest health and safety standards possible, by providing customers with innovative safety solutions to meet their needs. Our fire alarms are suitable for use in the harshest environments, and provide the ideal solution to ensure workers are protected.
Site Evac Fire Alarm with Radio Link
This compact and multi-purpose alarm can be activated manually and can be used as a stand-alone product for smaller areas. Or, for complex buildings and sites, it can be connected wirelessly or by cable to a network of heat and smoke detectors, without the need for a control panel. When used in this way, the alarm becomes automatic and is triggered as soon as one of the detectors senses rapidly increasing heat or smoke.
Once activated, the Site Evac Fire Alarm emits a red flashing light and a warning noise with an output of 110 decibels.
Designed to handle even the harshest weather conditions, the Site Evac Fire Alarm with Radio Link is robust and resistant, making it the ideal alarm for construction sites.
Construction Site Fire Alarm with Large Push Button
This alarm has become a trailblazer in the construction industry due to its extremely robust casing that allows it to be used in outdoor or exposed locations.
Extremely durable as well as versatile, the Construction Site Fire Alarm with Large Push Button can be radio-linked to other fire, smoke, and heat alarms wirelessly. It can be attached to a mains supply or operated via batteries. Once activated, it features a flashing strobe light and a sound output of 115 decibels.
The main use for this type of system is in multi-story apartments or complex buildings where multiple exit routes may be used.
Specialist advice from the industry experts
At Bull, we supply the building and construction industry with purpose-made, reliable, specialist fire protection and safety equipment.
We pride ourselves on the expertise we give to help businesses meet their legal fire safety obligations. We are always happy to discuss the options available and how our products and services can help meet the needs of individual businesses.
For more information and advice about our building site fire alarms, as well as other safety products for the construction industry, talk to one of our team of knowledgeable and friendly advisors on 01432 806806 / firstname.lastname@example.org
May 26, 2021
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