Fire, Smoke & C02 Detectors

An essential and potentially life-saving device that should be in every home and in some cases are a legal requirement. Fire, Smoke and C02 detectors indicate the detection of fire, smoke and c02 by audible alarm giving occupants additional time to react and evacuate the building.

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Fire Detector
Sense one or more of the products or phenomena resulting from fire, such as smoke, heat, infrared and/or ultraviolet light radiation, or gas.

Smoke Detector
A smoke detector senses smoke, usually as a sign of fire. Domestic smoke detectors, also known as smoke alarms, generally issue an audible or visual alarm from the detector itself.

C02 Detector
Carbon monoxide (CO2) has been called the “silent killer” since it doesn’t have an odour, colour, or taste. Carbon monoxide carbon monoxide is released into the air whenever something is burned, this is generally not a hazard as the co2 is released in a space large enough to dissipate the gas however if the gas is released in your home it may build up to a level which causes harm to you and your family. Co2 detectors can provide an early warning give you and your family enough time to evacuate your home before co2 gas causes any harm.

New Scottish legislation for fire and smoke alarms are you compliant?

A new law has come into force requiring every home in Scotland to have interlinked smoke alarms.

Every home must now have:

•  Smoke alarm in the room you spend most of the day, usually your living room.
•  Smoke alarm in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways and landings.
•  Heat alarm in the kitchen.

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