MORE NEW SAFETY PRODUCTS FROM BULL
At this year’s Safety & Health show, Bull Products will be launching a new PIR option to its successful range of Cygnus wireless fire and first aid alarm systems.
Amongst other new products on show from Bull Products will be its range of First Responder Stations developed to improve health and safety provision at construction sites, factories and warehouses. Three types of First Responder Stations are available and comprise a Fire Point Centre, a Spill Control Centre and a First Aid Centre, all of which are trolley based mobile units. These new stations contain everything needed in a compact and attractive package instantly improving the user’s health and safety image on site.
Also on display will be the newly launched protective cages for the Cygnus alarm units, which have been developed to prevent vandalism, accidental damage, misuse and even theft, and have been designed for the harsh environment of construction sites.
The CE marked Cygnus wireless fire and first aid alarm system has raised the bar in the industry for performance and reliability and has impressive capability linking together 480 units in 15 zones around construction sites, each zone having a capacity for 32 units. There is a choice of units with the system, all battery operated, and include fire alarm call points, smoke detectors, heat detectors, first aid call points and interface units for integration to other fire systems and turnstile gate entry systems. The system operates on a Category 1 radio frequency and open air tests prove Cygnus system range can exceed 1.5km. It also has an optional control panel which provides very sophisticated capability for system use.
Visitors to the Safety and Health show at Excel will see all of these new products and many more on Bull Products Stand N2050 and further information is available
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April 19, 2022
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