Fire Alarm Company Tiverton – Multiple services from one trusted provider – LogiScan Fire and
Security is the number one choice for fire alarm services for companies and organisations based
Our fully qualified and high experienced engineers work with globally respected technology and products offering the very latest specifications to deliver a system that’s right for you.
Customers across Somerset and Avon, Devon and Cornwall and Dorset are already enjoying the peace of mind of working with a single trusted fire and security specialist for all their fire alarm requirements.
Accredited Gold by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), LogiScan is a highly respected and dedicated company launched in 1995 and currently works with commercial and industry clients, as well as numerous retail, education, hospitality and healthcare customers.
Since then, we have established a reputable and client focussed service that is second to none with a team of talented and experienced engineers trained to the highest industry standards.
We offer the complete fire alarms package. Carrying out initial Risk Assessments and designing a system that is tailored to your needs and perfect for your environment. We can also give you access to comprehensive, cost effective contracts for maintaining, servicing and repairing your system.
If you have an existing system installed by another provider, you can still use LogiScan for all your service and maintenance needs. If you require monitoring services, we have got that covered as well. Our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) with Gold accreditation from the NSI protects your business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Conventional Fire Alarms
Our conventional alarm technology offers one of the best solutions for protecting smaller premises. A highly cost effective system, a centralised control panel is linked to detectors covering specific zoned areas. In the event of a fire, the detector is activated and the panel shows where the activation has come from.
Analogue addressable systems
Working via individual detectors rather than zones, Analogue addressable technology – also known as Intelligent Systems – is a speedier and more accurate method of pinpointing exactly where fire has broken out as each detector transmits its own signal to the central control panel This makes it a perfect solution for larger organisations and commercial settings.
Wireless Alarm Systems
Customers are increasingly turning to wireless technology for their fire protection needs. Particularly suitable for remote and outlying buildings where mains power isn’t available, wireless systems offer the same level of fire protection but via a battery. Flexibility and affordability are also key benefits of wireless technology which is quick and easy to install.
Air Aspiration Detection Systems
You want to stop a fire before it has a chance to get out of control. That’s where Air Aspiration technology is really effective. A highly effective early warning system, its highly sensitive detection devices working via a pipe systems and fan can identify the tiniest of smoke particles present as fire smoulders.
Gas Extinguishing Systems
When fire breaks out among computer servers or other sensitive equipment conventional extinguishers using water, foam or powder could do serious damage. Gas Extinguishing Systems are the solution. Gas is displaced by oxygen to both put out and supress a blaze while protecting sensitive equipment.
Public Address/Voice Alarm Systems (PA/VA)
In the event of a fire, you want to evacuate your premises fast and safely. That’s where our range of PA/VA systems can help. Utilising clear broadcast technology, we can tailor a system specific to your environment and acoustics so your escape message is always broadcast loud and clear. Systems offer flexibility too, covering either the whole building or specific areas.
Emergency Lighting Systems
Guide people to safety in an emergency situation with our lighting systems that illuminate escape routes when a mains electrical supply fails. We offer emergency escape and route lighting, as well as standby system which come with the following two battery options:
Self-Contained and Central Battery
With quick installation and an affordable price tag, self-contained batteries means each individual lights, commonly known as a luminaire, works independently. The perfect solution for small scale projects, batteries will last two to four years and only require testing on a periodic basis.
Central battery solutions offer greater longevity with each one lasting from five to 25 year. The preferred option for large scale premises, there is a need for fire resistant cabling but ongoing maintenance and system testing is more simple as the power comes from one central source.
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