Fire Alarm Company Yeovil – Make Gold industry approved LogiScan Fire and Security your choice
for fire alarm systems in the Yeovil area.
We have the knowledge and skill to ensure you have access to some of the best equipment and
technology currently available, from established worldwide manufacturers and suppliers needs.
Since the company was formed in 1995, LogiScan has built an enviable reputation for excellence and expertise across the widest possible range of fire alarm services, catering for clients in Somerset and a geographical area of operation that also covers neighbouring Avon, Dorset and Devon and Cornwall.
When you choose LogiScan you can trust in our ability to deliver the complete fire alarms service, from initial Risk Assessment to designing the right system for you and your infrastructure. We also offer competitively priced maintenance, service and repair contracts so you can work with just one fire alarms specialist covering all your requirements.
Respected clients from the industrial and commercial sectors, retail, hospitality, health and education are already taking advantage of our unrivalled and highly professional services. If you already have a system installed by another provider, we can still maintain and service it.
We can also offer you round the clock monitoring services too, from an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) which also has Gold standard accreditation from the NSI.
Conventional Fire Alarms
Detectors are allocated to certain zones of a building and wired into a centralised control panel. When fire breaks out detectors are activated and the panel will enable to user to identify which area of the building has been affected. Offers an efficient and cost effective solution.
Analogue Addressable Systems
Unlike the zonal system of a conventional fire alarm, each detector has its own power source and raises the alarm by sending a signal to a central panel. As each detector is self-contained it is possible to pinpoint the exact location faster and with greater accuracy. Also called intelligent systems, they are ideal solution for bigger commercial operations and large factory premises.
A real growth area in fire protection, wireless systems are fast and simple to install and don’t need complex wiring or a mains power source. This makes wireless technology the perfect solution for remote/vacant buildings or where a temporary protection solution is required. All our systems comply with EN54-25 standard.
Air Aspiration Detection Systems
Highly sensitive and the perfect way to stop a fire taking hold, Air Aspiration technology is able to detect the minutest particle of smoke given off when a fire smoulders, for example, when electric cables overload. Detection devices are housed in a pipe system through which air is drawn by a fan. The perfect early warning system
Public Address/Voice Alarm Systems
You want people to stay calm in an emergency and studies have shown that they are more likely to do this when asked to follow broadcast instructions. We offer bespoke PA/VA solutions that complement the particular environment of your premises, with special consideration given to the acoustics.
Gas Extinguishing Systems
You can’t tackle fires in and sensitive equipment, such as IT systems, with conventional fire extinguishing products that use water, foam or dry powder. That’s where Gas Extinguishing Systems come in. Gases cause the displacement of oxygen to enable you to both supress and extinguish a fire without causing damage to expensive equipment.
Emergency Lighting Systems
Safe evacuation of premises in the event of a fire can be hampered if the mains power is compromised. Our emergency lighting solutions enable you to effectively illuminate safe areas and escape routes. We can also provide you with standby systems which can be powered by battery in one of two ways:
Self-Contained and Central Batteries
With a self-contained battery each individual lighting unit (luminaire) has its own power source. An ideal solution for illuminating smaller areas, each battery lasts between two and four years and only needs testing periodically. It is simple to add further lighting units too.
A battery life of five to 25 years makes this solution far more suitable for industrial/commercial businesses operating from large sites. Although a requirement for fire resistant cabling make this a costlier option, maintenance and testing is easier to carry out thanks to a central power source.
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