Fire alarm systems are a necessary component of every business and organisation, but fire alarm system needs will be unique to each company. Harrison’s Fire and Security specialise in the design and installation of fire alarm systems, and with help from our experts, you will be able to tailor the perfect solution for your needs.

Choosing the Right Fire Alarm System

A few of the most critical elements of a fire alarm system include:

  • The control unit or control panel – This is a central part of the system which monitors the situation from all sensors.
  • Power Backup – If the central power goes out you still need to ensure a backup power source protects you. Our fire alarm systems are equipped with backup batteries for this purpose.
  • Notification System – This is the audible and visual part of the fire alarm system to let people know to evacuate. Options include live or pre-recorded instructions for evacuation.

Initiating Device

Automatic initiating devices are a more advanced but preferred system as they can automatically trigger fire control strategies such as turning on a sprinkler system and activating an audible alarm system. We can install and maintain all manner of detection systems, including:

  • Heat detectors
  • Smoke detectors
  • Flame detectors
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Water flow detectors
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Do You Have Any Enquiries?

We would love to hear from you, should you have any questions about our services please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Types of Available Fire Alarm Systems

Harrison’s Fire and Security have the full range of fire alarm systems available – from simple break glass detectors, right through to highly advanced smoke detection that will signal our 24-hour alarm receiving station, who will then send through an alert to the local Fire Brigade.

Hazardous Chemicals

Businesses involved in manufacturing using hazardous materials will require a specific fire alarm system which can suppress fires fuelled by toxic chemicals. Naturally, the regulations surrounding hazardous materials are strict, but they ensure that in the event of a fire there is minimal risk to employees and members of the public.

Harrison’s Fire and Security can, install, maintain and update fire systems to suit current regulations – full maintenance is also available under contract.


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