FIRE ALARMS AND EMERGENCY LIGHTING

FIRE ALARMS

Fire Alarm panel

Commercial fire alarms should be serviced at a minimum of every 6 months. Our qualified engineers at Fireline service to the British Standard BS5839-1:2013. As fire safety specialists, we also supply and install a wide range of fire alarm systems, from wireless devices to more conventional systems. We also supply replacement keys for your call points. Not sure which key you need? Refer to our Call Point Replacement Key Brochure.

Fire alarm systems are covered by BS5389, which sets out a recommended programme of fire alarm testing and inspection, including weekly testing of a single manual call point to ensure the system activates, and full, periodic testing every 3 or 6 months with a stimulus such as smoke or heat by a competent company.

Fire Alarm panel

FIRE ALARMS

Commercial fire alarms should be serviced at a minimum of every 6 months. Our qualified engineers at Fireline service to the British Standard BS5839-1:2013. As fire safety specialists, we also supply and install a wide range of fire alarm systems, from wireless devices to more conventional systems. We also supply replacement keys for your call points. Not sure which key you need? Refer to our Call Point Replacement Key Brochure.

Fire alarm systems are covered by BS5389, which sets out a recommended programme of fire alarm testing and inspection, including weekly testing of a single manual call point to ensure the system activates, and full, periodic testing every 3 or 6 months with a stimulus such as smoke or heat by a competent company.

EMERGENCY LIGHTS

Emergency Lighting is lighting for an emergency situation when the main power supply is cut and any normal illumination fails due to a fire or power cut. Emergency lighting will provide light to allow occupants to evacuate in the case of fire or from panic or tripping over and subsequent injury. Emergency Lighting is covered by BS5266 and daily, monthly and annual programmes of maintenance and checks should be carried out by simulating a failure and documenting that the system is maintained and meets British Standards.

Photograph of a fire escape with a emergency exit sign

EMERGENCY LIGHTS

Photograph of a fire escape with a emergency exit sign

Emergency Lighting is lighting for an emergency situation when the main power supply is cut and any normal illumination fails due to a fire or power cut. Emergency lighting will provide light to allow occupants to evacuate in the case of fire or from panic or tripping over and subsequent injury. Emergency Lighting is covered by BS5266 and daily, monthly and annual programmes of maintenance and checks should be carried out by simulating a failure and documenting that the system is maintained and meets British Standards.