The early detection of fire plays a critical role in protecting the safety of your occupants, staff and potential emergency response personnel as well as minimizing the loss, damage and downtime of your business.

A fire detection system is designed to detect fire and combustion products in an emergency situation and alert building occupants to initiate evacuation where necessary. The type of fire detection system used in your building should be based on your fire safety requirements, which can be determined through a risk assessment of your building or facility.

When selecting a fire safety system, you must also consider the ongoing cost and commitment that will be required over the life of the system. The Australian Fire Code mandates that regular Inspection, Testing, Repair and Maintenance on Fire Alarm and Emergency Voice Communication Systems be undertaken and completed by qualified technicians on an annual basis.

We offer a range of Fire Panels from:

  • Notifier
  • Ampac
  • Firenet (Hochiki)
  • Vigilant (Wormald)
  • Brooks
  • Simplex

Fire Panel Types:

  • Analogue
  • Conventional
  • Wireless

Smoke Detection devices, which we provide, include:

  • Photo
  • Ionisation
  • Carbon
  • High sensitivity Smoke Alarm (Vesda)
  • Beam detection

Heat Detection devices, which we provide, include:

  • A, B, C and E type Thermal
  • Heat Probes
  • Linear

Flame Detection devices, which we provide, include:

  • IR 3
  • Infrared
  • Ultra Violet
  • UV/IR

We also provide a comprehensive list of services including:

  • Inspections
  • Testing
  • Service & Maintenance
  • Remedial repair work to correct deficiencies in existing systems
  • 24/7 emergency service calls

Our technicians are members of the Fire Protection Association of Australia (FPAA) and follow their Code Of Practice. All are qualified to carry out inspection, testing, repairs and maintenance on fire safety systems and devices in accordance with AS 1851 and the relevant Australian Building Codes. We also provide internal training on a monthly basis to ensure that our technicians are up-to-date with any changes or additions to all relevant codes of practice relating to fire safety and protection.