Practical guide to fire-safety design

Honeywell, fire detection, fire alarms

Notifier by Honeywell, which specialises in fire-detection and alarm systems, has published a free ‘Little black book’ on fire-safety design. It is intended as a helpful tool for those involved in the design or specification of a fire-detection system.

This convenient guide details the common elements that should be considered when installing or upgrading a fire-safety system. It includes practical information on legislation and guidelines such as BS 5839, Part 1. It also details the various tactics to be considered to avoid the potential for false alarms, whilst maintaining the fastest detection of real fires.

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