VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detecting Apparatus) is the world’s leading aspirating smoke detection brand. Combined with a Novec 1230 or FM200 fire suppression system, VESDA detection provides a robust, reliable fire safety system for your business.
VESDA aspirating smoke detection solutions with continuous air sampling provide the earliest possible warning of an impending fire. VESDA aspirating smoke detectors give the critical time necessary to investigate an alarm and initiate the appropriate response to prevent injury, property damage or business disruption. Because VESDA detectors have a wide range of sensitivity and multi-level warnings, even minute levels of smoke can be detected before a fire has time to take hold. In addition, VESDA systems are manufactured using targeted Six Sigma techniques and ISO 9000 standards and have been certified by regulatory bodies worldwide.
VESDA early warning detectors are suitable for use in any environment – whether small or large open spaces. They can also be used in clean or dirty environments. Because the level of sensitivity can be adjusted, it is suitable for environments where dust and dirt may be factors.
VESDA ASDs provide reliable, high-sensitivity protection across a wide range of industries and applications:
Hotels & Other Accommodation
Hospitals & Healthcare Sites
Portable Switch Rooms
Power Generation Sites
Prisons & Warehousing
The first step would be a free onsite survey by one of our fire suppression consultants. A room integrity test would also need to be done, to ensure the area to be protected is suitable for a suppression application.
If you’re thinking of installing a new gas fire suppression system or are looking for servicing and maintenance of an existing suppression system, then call us on 0330 094 7404 to speak with one of our suppression specialists.
We have two guides available completely free of charge to help ensure your business is fire safe.
Will answer all your questions on the process of installing a fire alarm system, guiding you down the right path to protecting your business and employees, and complying with fire safety legislation.
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