Resettable element with alarm flag
The "alarm flag" is a yellow indicator which makes it easier to identify which call point has been pushed.
Radio-interlinked smoke and heat alarms allow multiple alarms to be connected without wires between the individual alarm units. In the case of fire, a message is passed from unit to unit and all alarms sound together. This ensures that all parts of a building are notified of a fire alarm situation.
The interlink is created through radio-frequency signals. Our radio-interlinked smoke and heat alarms pass a digitally coded message between units that ensures that only units within the intended circuit go off together. Neighbouring circuits or other radio-frequency devices can therefore not interfere or cause false alarms.
Radio-interlinked smoke alarms are sometimes also called RF (radio-frequency) or wireless smoke alarms.
Rate of Rise Heat Detectors
Real CPR HelpÂ®
The Real CPR Help® feedback tool provides the first aider with audio and visual prompts as a step-by-step guide. The tool is able to monitor the actions of the first aider and provides feedback to ensure that CPR is performed effectively.
A channelled groove, recess or step that is cut along the edge or face of a timber structure, e.g. a door or door jamb, in order to receive another part, such as a fire door seal.
Refurbished CO2 Extinguishers - Environmental Impact
Because the cylinders are being re-used and not manufactured, the impact on the environment is considerably lower. The raw materials and energy consumption used during the refurbishment process is just a fraction of that used during the manufacture of a new cylinder.
Refurbished CO2 Extinguishers
Our refurbished CO2 fire extinguishers are subjected to intensive testing during the refurbishment process. The 20 step process involves stress and pressure tests to ensure the integrity of the cylinder, sand-blasting, re-painting and labelling, and finally the installation of a brand new head valve assembly.
Reverse Polarity Monitoring
Sounders are voltage polarity conscious and will only operate in the correct polarity. To monitor the sounder circuit, the polarity is reversed so as not to operate the sounders but still monitor the sounder circuit.
A rim device is the easiest and most common form of exit or panic hardware. The device is fitted to the interior face of a door and latches to the rim of the door frame. When used on a double door assembly on the first opening leaf it is necessary to use a “double door strike” which replaces the rim of the door.