VESDA is an air-sampling early warning system.

Vesda systems continually draw in air from the protected area into its pipe network by an internal aspirator, which then passes through a filter to the detection chamber, which can detect the tiniest amounts of smoke in the air.

VESDA buys time to investigate an alarm and initiate an appropriate response to prevent injury, property damage or business disruption. And because VESDA has the industry’s widest sensitivity range and multi-level warnings, even minute levels of smoke can be detected before a fire has time to escalate.

Vesda systems are globally used by businesses to provide absolute protection to – data & telecoms, clean rooms, hotels, shops, offices, hospitals & healthcare etc.


Wireless/Radio Fire Alarm Systems

Radio systems provide all the features and benefits of a standard analogue addressable fire alarm system without the wiring.

It is especially preferable in historic buildings, stately homes, museums, National Trust buildings etc

It is aesthetically pleasing- No visible cabling

It is quicker to install and less disruptive.

Ideal for properties with outbuildingsIdea for temporary installations.


Inergen Gaseous Fire Fighting Systems

 Inergen is a mixture of 3 naturally occurring gases, 52% Nitrogen, 40% Argon and 8% Carbon Dioxide specially developed to provide fire protection (as a Halon replacement).

Inergen systems protect lives, properties and the environment.

It protects enclosed areas where there is a need for a quick reaction to a fire, where people may be present and where fire may strike either day or night.

Oxygen is reduced below the levels that support combustion (15%).

Human Life
A component of Inergen is Carbon Dioxide which allows the body to adapt to the reduced oxygen levels as the body makes more efficient use of the oxygen by taking deeper breaths.

Gas suppression systems are extensively used in electronic data protection and electrical system switch environments.

Typical applications would be in - Computer/Telecommunication rooms, Data Storage Rooms, Bank Vaults, Museums and Libraries, Laboratories, etc.

As inergen is derived from gases present in the earth's atmosphere, it exhibits no ozone depleting potential and therefore does not contribute to global warming.