HOUSE BUILDERS: ARE YOU NEW BUILDS PROTECTED FROM FIRE?

As an experienced provider of fire protection to the house building industry, we recommend that a basic fire point station is situated every 30m or 6 for every 6 houses that are under construction.

For example, a site which will eventually have 100 units built may only be building 6-8 units at any given time, therefore they will only ever need 1 fire point trolley which can be moved from area to area as the site progresses.

We have especially priced fire point kits suitable for house builders, that can be moved easily around site as required.

Fire Point Station Option 1 includes:

Double Fire Extinguisher Trolley – Code: TRLY02
Rotary Alarm Bell (bolts to back of trolley) – Code: ALM01
9 Litre Foam Fire Extinguisher – Code: FOEX9
2kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher – Code: COEX2
Kit Price: £128
Original Price: £150

Fire Point Station Option 2 includes:

Double Construction Trolley – Code: TRLY05
Site Evac Alarm – Code: ALM04
9 Litre Foam Fire Extinguisher – Code: FOEX9
2kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher – Code: COEX2
Fire Point Sign – Code: 21026G
Fire Action Sign – Code: 21423E
Foam ID Sign – Code: 21234D
CO2 ID Sign – Code: 21235D
Kit Price: £185
Original Price: £218

What about a bespoke solution?
The above options are just guidelines but we can provide bespoke fire point stations to suit your requirements. Contact us on 01432 806806 or email sales@bullproducts.co.uk with your requirements.


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