Fire Alarms & Extinguishers
When do I need a Fire Alarm?
Your Fire Risk Assessment will determine if you require one and what type and complexity it should be.
Your insurer or landlord might have an input or requirement of you. Accreditation bodies for your industry might take a view.
Whatever the starting point is, we can clarify this with you, Brodman designers are fully trained to help you with this.
Single zone fire alarms
Those sites with a small number of staff and typically 300M2 or less, can be installed with a small and simple fire alarm. This might include automatic detectors and call points dependent on the risk profile. - let our team advise you.
Multi zone fire alarms
Those small to medium sites with staff, maybe spread over different floors or segregated spaces within a building. This might be a small factory and offices, place of worship, community hall or shops. A location where a simple system is needed to draw attention to a fire developing unnoticed.
Addressable loop based systems
Medium to larger premises, or those where persons may sleep. These addressable systems (wired or wireless) provide the user with pinpoint location information as to the location of a fire or fault. Programmed by our engineers, these system can include for special shutting down of building management and day/night features.
The right system for you can be identified by an assessment of the risk during one of our surveys.
Portable fire extinguishers, mainly red in appearance now, but pretty stainless steel and chromed ones can be purchased.
Water - Foam - Powder - CO2 - Wet Chemical all available.
Simple installations, normally to wall hooks. A range of stands both red plastic and chrome ones for front of house are available, as are all the signage you need.