SSY Guarding will be supplying the security at the The Norfolk Showground – Sat 27th & Sun 28th April 2013. Come and visit us at our stand
SSY have been appointed as the approved provider of all security solutions to the NFRN Mutual and its members, nationally. This is a great endorsement of the services we already provide locally and will continue to do so across all regions.
Fire alarms can potentially save lives and are often a legal requirement for security systems in large commercial buildings, schools and hospitals to name a few. Over the years we have garnered a reputation as a leader in fire alarm installations throughout Norfolk and the surrounding areas.
As well as intruder alarms, we also install all types of smoke detectors including ionisation alarms and optical alarms - battery or mains powered with an emergency light.
Providing the right fire extinguisher to suit your needs. Water, Foam and dry powder extinguishers are amongst the most popular and can be used in most environments.
We also provide a maintenance service for your existing fire and security alarms, regardless of whether or not they were installed by Security Solutions Yes Ltd.
Emergency lighting is a lighting device that has an independent power source which will automatically be activated should there be a power outage in the building. We supply and install both maintained and non-maintained emergency lighting systems throughout Suffolk and the surrounding areas.
Having emergency lighting installed is often a legal requirement for commercial properties and is essential to help with evacuation should the situation arise.
Emergency lighting can come in a variety of shapes and sizes including free standing lights that can be viewed form all angles (see above) or lights that are designed to be fixed above emergency exits.
Choosing Your Fire Alarm System
As well as installing home alarms, we also supply and install fire alarm systems. When it comes to choosing the right fire alarm system, there are a whole host of factors that need to be taken into account.
The size of the building and the number of occupants can determine whether you install manual fire alarms (M-type) or an automatic detection system. Manual systems comprise of call points situated in various locations throughout a building, normally staircases and hallways, which will sound an alarm when someone manually raises it.
L-Type Fire Alarm Systems
L-type fire alarm systems can be divided into sub-categories (L1 down to L5) and denote the level of detection by the automatic sensors. These systems are designed purely to alert the occupants of the building of the dangers, and do not necessarily automatically call the emergency services.
P-Type Fire Alarm Systems
P-type systems are similar to L-types, with the addition of automatically calling the emergency services meaning that your property will be protected even when the building is unoccupied. Having a monitored CCTV Installation on the premises alongside your fire alarm system can often aid the emergency services and help them to locate danger zones within the building.