With IFC’s fire engineering knowhow we will be able to incorporate the most appropriate methods of detection for your building whether it be heat, smoke or gas detectors, aspirators, wireless systems or the latest beam detection.
How important is early detection?
Fire detection systems are a critical element of any building design as they serve to identify when and where a fire is occurring by pinpointing heat, smoke or flames, before triggering a warning to building occupants through an audible alarm or control panel.
Early detection is a vital component of any life safety/fire protection scheme. It is equally critical that the type of active fire protection system designed is best suited for the environment that it is protecting to ensure it will perform as required and intended.
How IFC can help
IFC have the unique capability and experience to offer bespoke detection system design services and comprehensive inspections to ensure your existing system will perform properly if a fire breaks out, providing peace of mind and should the case arise, a robust legal stand point.
Our extensive knowledge of the latest standards such as BS EN 54 and BS 5839-1:2019 and the practical applications of all residential and commercial fire detection systems means we can help you identify and solve any potential risks that may arise during the life of the building.
Types of Detection systems
IFC will be able to incorporate the most appropriate methods of detection whether it be heat, smoke or gas detectors, aspirators, wireless or the latest beam detection systems.
Air Aspirating Detection
Video Smoke Detection
UV / IR Flame Detection