Business Fire Alarm
Protect Your Business With A Customized Commercial Fire Alarm System In Indianapolis
When it comes to fire protection, response time is critical to protect your business. Detecting a fire early can mean the difference between losing everything to keeping the damage to a minimum. While having an Indianapolis commercial fire alarm in place can help preserve life and safety when you are open, it’s essential when your facility is closed and unoccupied.
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Firelite Fire Alarms
Offers a simple and reliable life safety system for your fire protection needs. With the fastest possible device response times, it helps reduce for any business or commercial building. It also offers property damage and saves lives.
Addressable fire alarm control panels that vary in size and capability to meet a wide range of needs, while offering superior value and flexibility. Offering from 50-point to 318-point addressable fire alarm control panels that offer built-in dual path communications.
Honeywell Fire Alarms
A proven and highly reliable solution for fire protection for any business or commercial building. It also offers hybrid solutions to cover fire and burglary needs maximizing installation flexibility.
Their UL Listed fire and burglary control panels support up to eight partitions and up to 250 zones/points using hardwired, wireless and V-Plex® addressable technologies. A diverse line of Resideo initiating devices, notification circuits, communication devices, keypads, RF receivers and relays are also supported
Why Choose Monitored Commercial Fire Alarms In Indianapolis?
A commercial monitored fire alarm system can protect your Indianapolis business from a fire emergency far better than conventional smoke detectors. Here’s what you’ll get:
Provides life-saving warnings and alerts the fire department immediately. With enhanced optical sensing chambers engineered to sense smoke produced by a wide range of combustion sources in accordance with more stringent code standards. Photoelectric smoke detector that also offers 135°F fixed temperature thermal sensing.
Used in harsh environments such as mechanical rooms and warehouses. Models include the fixed, rate-of-rise, and high temperature heat detectors. Fixed temperature model is factory preset to 135°F, rate-of-rise model is 15°F per minute and the high-temperature model factory preset to 190°F.
Carbon Monoxide / Smoke Detector
World-class fire and carbon monoxide (CO) detection combined in a single device provides a practical and reliable solution for today’s market. For fire, the detector combines four separate sensing elements in one unit (smoke, CO, light/flame, and heat) to sense multiple components of a fire. For CO, the detector’s electrochemical sensing cell creates a separate signal for life safety CO detection.
CO is a colorless, odorless, and deadly gas that is virtually impossible to detect with the human senses. It is released whenever carbon-based fuels burn without enough oxygen to form CO2. Because the potential exists for dangerous levels of CO to accumulate in almost any building, legislation mandating the use of CO detection in commercial spaces continues to increase across the U.S.
A fire alarm pull station is a fire protection device, wall-mounted, that, when activated, initiates an alarm on a fire alarm system. These devices are installed by every individual exit. In its simplest form, the user activates the alarm by pulling the handle down, which completes a circuit and locks the handle in the activated position, sending an alarm to the fire alarm control panel. After operation, most fire alarm pull stations must be restored to the ready position using a special tool or key in order for the panel to be reset.
Sounds off and flashes to notify occupants to evacuate the building. Used for full building notification, they produce a loud sound to notify occupants to evacuate the building while the strobe is intended to notify those that may be hearing impaired. With 7 field-selectable candela settings for wall and ceiling mount devices, and rotary switches to select horn tone and volume settings.
Fire alarm strobes provide synchronized flashes for visual alert to all but very beneficial for the hearing-impaired occupants to evacuate the premises. Typically installed on the walls or ceilings, each strobe device has a candela rating, which is a base unit of luminous intensity. The higher the candela rating of a strobe, the larger its coverage area.
Dual Path Communicator
Takeover Existing Fire Alarms with ease by using a Honeywell dual path communicator that will work with any fire alarm control panel with built-in dialers. Offers contact ID reporting with any fire alarm control panel (FACP) with a built in dialer. These easy to install communicators offer three selectable reporting paths which include LTE Cellular only, IP only, or IP primary/LTE cellular backup. Eliminates the need and cost of two dedicated phone lines. Also includes primary power and battery supervison
Communication paths are used for signal forwarding so the monitoring station can respond properly to the fire alarms received. The dual-path communicators that report over Ethernet and cellular paths are perfect for monitoring fire alarm systems.
UL approved dual technology fire alarm communicators offer contact ID reporting with select Honeywell control panels. They offer three selectable reporting paths which include: cellular only, IP only, or IP primary/cellular backup. It uses transmission via Contact ID for routing the signals to the central station receiver.
24/7 Fire Monitoring Service
Provides a watchman for fire & life safety signals so the appropriate authorities can be dispatched quickly. We use NFPA 72 guidelines to ensure we follow the best practices. We also provide a reliable and redundant monitoring service with state-of-the-art technology to give you peace of mind.
Your Fire Safety Deserves A Ground-Up Design
To fit the comprehensive needs of your business, our experts start designing your commercial fire alarm system from the ground up. Starting with the blueprints and a walk around your facility, our NICET certified technicians will find the best place for your fire alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. We work closely with the local fire marshals to ensure our systems not only meet the needs of the facility but also meet regional regulations and the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code (NFPA72). After install, you have a fully monitored fire alarm system perfect for your facility, budget, and code requirement.