Installation and maintenance of conventional and addressable fire alarm systems as well as fire suppression systems.
– Installation of conventional fire alarm systems:
Conventional fire alarm systems are widely used for smaller buildings. Their advantages are primarily associated with their reliability and lower costs for purchase, installation, and operation.
-Installation of addressable fire alarm systems:
The advantages of this type of system include continuous monitoring of the fire alarm panel for device functionality, the use of fewer cables during installation, providing detailed information to users regarding the system’s status, and maintaining an archive of events or occurring faults. Addressable systems are more expensive for installation and operation and are recommended for larger buildings, warehouses, hotels, and other similar structures.