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Bespoke Gent Vigilon system for exclusive student accomodation in Nottingham

Clymac has successfully handed over a comprehensive Gent Vigilon fire alarm system for Global Point, a new, purpose-built 450-bed student accommodation building in the heart of Nottingham City Centre. 
 
We were chosen for this prestigious project in recognition of our LPS1014 certification status, a rigorous design approach and competitive pricing.
 
The Gent Vigilon system was selected for the 15-storey building, including basement car park and ground floor retail area, due to its large loop capacity that reduces the number of control panels required when compared to traditional 127 address loop systems. Also its robustness to common causes of false alarms within a student accommodation environment was a key factor.
 
The new system was installed utilising five number four loop networked control panels connected to over 1,100 analogue addressable field devices.
 
A challenging but key part of the system handover was the successful completion and testing of an extensive cause and effect programme. We implemented a system that would operate differently depending on which flat cluster, communal space or block activated the alarm and integrated it with the AOV system on each floor, together with interfaces for the hotel and retail areas.
 
To complement the fire alarm system we were also asked to design and provide the building’s disabled alarm and site security systems. This included disabled refuge points, fire telephones, vibrating pillows, toilet alarms, induction loops, CCTV, intercom and intruder alarm systems.
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