1- What types of firefighting equipment do Fire Systems Ltd. sell?
admin2023-02-28T15:46:53+00:00Fire Systems Ltd. deals in the sale and servicing of all types of firefighting equipment, including fire extinguishers, fire alarm systems, smoke detectors, emergency lighting systems, and more.
2- What type of fire extinguisher is best for my business?
admin2023-02-28T15:47:12+00:00The type of fire extinguisher you need will depend on the type of fire risk in your business. For example, a Class A extinguisher is suitable for fires involving wood, paper, or textiles, while a Class B extinguisher is needed for flammable liquids. Fire Systems Ltd. can advise you on the best type of extinguisher for your needs.
3- Do Fire Systems Ltd. offer installation and maintenance services?
admin2023-02-28T15:50:58+00:00Yes, Fire Systems Ltd. offer installation and maintenance services for all types of firefighting equipment. They can also advise you on how to maintain your equipment between servicing visits.
4- Does Fire Systems Ltd offer installation services for their equipment?
admin2023-02-28T15:53:44+00:00Yes, Fire Systems Ltd offers installation services for all the equipment they sell. Their team of expert technicians ensures that the equipment is installed properly and meets all safety regulations.
5- Do Fire Systems Ltd. offer training on how to use firefighting equipment?
admin2023-02-28T15:48:02+00:00Yes, Fire Systems Ltd. can provide training on how to use firefighting equipment safely and effectively. They can also advise you on how to develop a fire safety plan for your business.
6- What is a CAFS system?
admin2023-02-28T15:48:15+00:00CAFS stands for Compressed Air Foam System. It is a firefighting technology that uses compressed air to create a foam solution that can extinguish fires more quickly and efficiently than traditional methods.
7- What is an addressable emergency light?
admin2023-02-28T15:48:28+00:00An addressable emergency light is a type of emergency lighting system that can be monitored remotely. It can be programmed to turn on automatically in the event of a power failure or fire.