Fires can spread very quickly and the most important part of a fire is to quickly detect where and how it burns and act accordingly.
Fire alarms are today commonplace in most homes and workplaces, but not everyone knows that there are different types of fire alarms. Below you have the four most common types of fire alarms:
The most common type of smoke detector is the one that warns of glowing / burning fires. This category of smoke detectors warns when it detects the smoke smoke particles. Fire and smoke detectors can be used in homes, holiday homes, office environments etc.
Temperature warning warns when the temperature goes above 58 ° C. Temperature alarms are advantageously placed in spaces where ordinary fire alarms can produce false alarms. Examples of such spaces are damp, cold or dusty spaces such as winds, storage, basement, garage etc. Temperature alarms can be used as a complement to traditional fire alarms.
Carbon monoxide alarms warn of toxic gas without color, odor or taste that is formed during a fire. Carbon monoxide detectors can be used as a supplement to traditional fire and smoke detectors, but never replace them.
Gas detectors warn of leakage of various combustible gases such as LPG, propane, butane, natural gas, etc. Gas detectors are placed in environments where gas leaks can occur, for example. kitchens, caravans, boats etc.
In addition to the abovementioned fire alarms, you will also find water warning devices in our range. Water alarms warn of water leakage from eg. dishwashers, washing machines and other wet rooms. A practical complement that can help protect your home and office.