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The Shard, London

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The Three Peaks Challenge

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We’re here to help

As part of our ongoing promise to provide outstanding customer service we’ve put together the following video guides to help explain two of the most discussed topics within our industry; How to reduce the chances of false alarms and the new EN54-23 standard.
 

The key to reducing the chances of a false alarm

 
It’s estimated that in the UK it costs on average over £4,000 for every false alarm that occurs. Not only that, they can disrupt your business, use valuable resources and even risk lives. The majority of false alarms, triggered by installed equipment, occur where the type of device or it’s location has been incorrectly installed.
 
We’re commitment to eliminating false alarms, that’s why we’ve put together this short, informative video to explain the why selecting the correct fire detection sensor, or combination of sensors can help reduce your chances of a costly false alarm.
 

 

 

 

Understand the new EN54-23 standard

 
There are many visual alarm solutions available on the market but comparing them has always been difficult. However, in January 2014 a new mandatory European standard, called EN54 part 23 was introduced, designed to create a clear benchmark for the performance of visual alarm devices (VADs) and a straightforward way to compare them across manufacturers.
 
At Clymac we understand the importance of keeping up-to-date on the latest industry standards. This short, informative video is designed to give you more details on why this new standard has been introduced and how it effects the installation of VADs.
 

 

 

 

We hope you find our video guides helpful, if you have any further questions or would like to find out more about how we can help improve the reliability and accuracy of your fire system give us a call on 01509 232651 or email sales@clymac.co.uk

 
 
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