Have you customised your own firepoint?

Whatever your requirements, whatever your specific needs, we can help you create a bespoke product that will meet these. Our fire point trolleys are durable and robust. Add your own company name and logo, with coloured boards, and your choice of equipment whatever the requirement is.

You can create and design not only a fire point in this way, but an assembly point, a first aid point, a spill control centre or an information point for construction sites. This stand can be mobile or static.

Follow these 6 easy steps to customise your own fire point.

STEP 1

Select your fire trolley that will best suit the requirement. (bearing in mind the width & height). Will it have to fit through a doorway?

STEP2

Select your signage type, customised with your company name or logo, or off the shelf designs. Will you need health & safety notices or posters? Will you require snap frames or plan holders for site plans and escape route plans?

STEP3

Select your alarm type; do you require a means of sounding an alarm? If so we have a range of products such as the CYGNUS alarm system, BULL Stand Alone Alarm, BULL Radio Link Alarm etc. Do you require smoke or heat detection?

STEP 4

Do you require an extinguisher cabinet, fire bucket or spill kit? What ever the situation, oil/chemical spill risk, fire risk, first aid requirements, add it on!

STEP 5

Select fire extinguisher types. There are various types of fire extinguishers for various different types of fires. Choose the types suitable, if unsure ask our sales team.

STEP 6

Send us your plans/ a list or a photo of what you require, to enquiries@bullproducts.co.uk or phone in on 0844 669 1111 and speak to our friendly sales team

Click on the link below to take you to our ‘Customise Your Own Fire Point’ webpage.

http://www.bullproducts.co.uk/fire-safety/customise-your-own-fire-point.php


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