• Smoke Detector: A smoke detector also called a smoke alarm is a device that detects smoke, typically as an indicator of fire and issues a signal to a fire alarm system.
  • Heat Detector: A heat detector is a fire alarm device designed to respond when the convicted thermal energy of a fire increases the temperature of a heat sensitive element. The thermal mass and conductivity of the element regulate the rate flow of heat into the element. All heat detectors have this thermal lag. Heat detectors have two main classifications of operation, “rate-of-rise” and “fixed temperature.”
  • Multisensor Detector : Multisensor Detector comprises of both optical smoke and thermistor temperature sensors which give both a combined signal as well as a separate heat signal for improved false alarm management.
  • Duct Detector: The Conventional Duct Smoke Detector provides early detection of smoke in the air moving through heating and ventilation (HVAC) ducts in commercial and industrial premises. Its purpose is to prevent the re-circulation of smoke from an area on fire to areas unaffected by the fire.
  • Beam Detector : An optical beam smoke detector is a device that uses a projected beam of light to detect smoke across large areas, typically as an indicator of fire. They are used to detect fires in buildings where standard point smoke detectors would either be uneconomical or restricted for use by the height of the building. Optical beam smoke detectors are often installed in warehouses as a cost effective means of protecting large open spaces.
  • Gas Leak Detector: Gas leak detection is the process of identifying potentially hazardous gas leaks. These sensors usually employ an audible alarm to alert people when a dangerous gas has been detected.
  • Flame Detector : Flame detection is the technology for detecting flames, using a flame detector. Flame detectors are optical equipment for the detection of flame phenomena of a fire. There are two categories of flame detection:
    • Flame detector for the detection of a fire in a fire alarm system
    • Flame scanner for monitoring the condition of a flame in a burner