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  • Terms & Conditions - Discount Fire Supplies
    the right to cancel if the Buyer is a Consumer Payment of the price plus VAT and delivery charges must be made in full before dispatch of the Goods RIGHTS OF SELLER The Seller reserves the right to periodically update prices on the Website which cannot be guaranteed for any period of time The Seller shall make every effort to ensure prices are correct at the point at which the Buyer places an order The Seller reserves the right to withdraw any Goods from the Website at any time The Seller shall not be liable to anyone for withdrawing any Goods from the Website or for refusing to process an order AGE OF CONSENT Where Goods may only be purchased by persons of a certain age the Buyer will be asked when placing an order to declare that they are of the appropriate legal age to purchase the Goods If the Seller discovers that the Buyer is not legally entitled to order certain Goods the Seller shall be entitled to cancel the order immediately without notice DELIVERY Goods supplied within the UK will normally be delivered within 2 working days of acceptance of order Goods supplied outside the UK will normally be delivered within 5 working days of acceptance of order Where a specific delivery date has been agreed and where this delivery date cannot be met the Buyer will be notified and given the opportunity to agree a new delivery date or receive a full refund The Seller shall use its reasonable endeavours to meet any date agreed for delivery In any event time of delivery shall not be of the essence and the Seller shall not be liable for any losses costs damages or expenses incurred by the Buyer or any third party arising directly or indirectly out of any failure to meet any estimated delivery date Delivery of the Goods shall be made to the Buyer s address specified in the order and the Buyer shall make all arrangements necessary to take delivery of the Goods whenever they are tendered for delivery Risk in the Goods shall pass to the Buyer upon delivery of the Goods or where the Buyer fails to take delivery at the agreed time at the time delivery was attempted Title in the Goods shall not pass to the Buyer until payment of the price has been made in full CANCELLATION AND RETURN The Buyer may cancel the order for any reason up to the point of dispatch and any payments made by the Buyer shall be refunded in full within 28 days The Buyer shall inspect the Goods immediately upon receipt and shall notify the Seller telephone or e mail within 7 days if the Goods are damaged or do not comply with any of the Contract If the Buyer fails to do so the Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted the Goods Where a claim of defect or damage is made the Goods shall be returned by the Buyer to

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  • BS5839 Fire Alarm Systems - Discount Fire Supplies
    workplace you are responsible for complying with fire regulations You must establish a suitable means of contacting the emergency services Your employeees must co operate to ensure the workplace is safe from fire and its effects System Zoning Information In order to aid identification of the source of a possible fire the protected building should be divided into zones When deciding on a suitable zoning scheme for a building consideration should be given to the size any existing fire routines escape routes zone accessibility and structural fire compartmentation The following guide lines should be observed If the total floor area of the building is less than 300m 2 then the building needs only one zone regardless of the number of storeys If the total floor area is greater than 300m 2 The maximum area for a zone is 2000m 2 If a stairwell or similar extends beyond one floor it should be a sperate zone If a zone covers more than one fire compartment then the zone boundaries should follow the compartment boundaries The search distance within the zone in order to ascertain the position of the fire should not exceed 60m Remember that the use of Remote Indicator lamps may help to reduce the distance travelled If a building is divided between occupiers zones must not be shared between them Manual Call Points A Manual Call Point is a device which enables personnel to raise an alarm in the event of a fire incident by pressing a frangible element to activate the alarm system Manual Call Point should be installed at a height of 1 2m above floor level at easily accessible conspicious positions on exit routes at the entry floor landings of staircases and at all exits to the open air Manual Call Points should be spaced so that one may always be found within a maximum distance of 45m apart or 25m for disabled person Automatic Detectors When deciding on the type of detector to be used in any area it is important to remember that the detector has to discriminate between a genuine fire and the normal conditions existing therin Detector Information Smoke Detectors In open spaces under flat horizontal ceilings every point should lie within 7 5m of a smoke detector Smoke dection should be generally avoided in the following areas to avoid unwanted alarms They should be protected by means of other detectors such as heat detectors Contamination in dusty areas may cause unwanted alarms and reduce the life of the detector Damp or humid conditions such as showers bathrooms and external areas should be avoided as the water vapour may cause unwanted alarms and reduce the life of the detector Detectors should never be used at low temperature where ice or condensation can affect detector sensitivity Kitchens garages welding shops and boiler houses should generally be avoided Heat Detectors General In open spaces under flat horizontal ceilings every point should lie within 5 3m of a heat detector Heat detectors are designed to

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  • Cigarette Smoke Detector & Alarm - Discount Fire Supplies
    3 beeps every 35 seconds synchronous with the LED blinking Smoke Alarm When Puff Alert detects small amounts of cigarette cigar or pipe tobaccos smoke and the concentration of smoke reaches the alarm threshold the detector then turns into alarm state There are two styles of alarm signals selected via the button see below one is quick one is slow In quick style the buzzer beeps once per second synchronous with the LED blinking in slow styles the buzzer beeps once every three second synchronous with the LED blinking Interconnection The Puff Alert cigarette smoke detector supplies an interconnection function which allows the alarm signal to be transferred from one to another When a detector is in interconnection alarm the buzzer emits 3 beeps then a obvious space then 3 beeps circularly The LED keeps off Multi function Button A Multi function button is located on the top cover which supplies operations bellow Manual Test When the cigarette detector is in monitoring state press the button for more than one second the detector will turn into test mode which is similar to the Smoke Alarm mode And after a short while the detector turns back to monitoring mode again Silence When the cigarette detector is in monitoring state press the button for less than half a second will change the sound style of the smoke alarm from quick to slow reversed Sound Style Selection When the cigarette detector is in monitoring state press the button for less than half a seocnd will change the second style of the smoke alarm from quick to slow reversed Remote Indicator A remote indicator is also available for easy of rmeote identification When The Puff Alert is in smoke alarm state the remote indicator operates similar to that of the LED and the Buzzer which is located on the detector Placement Location Should be mounted on the ceiling in areas selected for No smoking one device for every 65 cubic metres approximately The minimum requirement for large areas request advice from your product supplier For complicated or extensive properties please request advice from your product supplier Detector is optimised for a height of 2 8m 9 feet approximately however it will work at other heights The following locations shall be avoided Next to doors windows ventilators etc Where draughts can deviate smoke from the sensor In small or poorly ventilated garages or kitchens where waste gas or vapours may cause false alarms in areas where dust and dirt can interfere with the operation or cause false alarms In areas where insects or vermin may effect the integrity of the alarm in damp or humid areas e g in the bathrooms in areas where the temperature may often fall below 5 o C or exceed 38 o C Installation Drill to horizontal holes 5 diameter 22mm deep 58mm apart where is intended to install the detector Insert the enclosed plastic plugs into the holes Seperate the base plate and detector by rotating counter clockwise Place

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  • Emergency Lighting
    proceedings and large fines Ultimately you will be risking lives if you do not strictly adhere to all aspects of safety in the workplace Resources to consider include The Building Regulations 2000 2005 Edition The Fire Safety Order 2005 The Health Safety Safety Signs Signals Regulations 1996 Local authorities should also be consulted as they can often have safety licence requirements for certain types of premises e g places where the public convene such as pubs and cinemas Other types of premises e g schools and hospitals are required to have fire safety inspections Planning An Emergency Lighting System When planning an emergency lighting system there are several people who should be involved in the process These include the end user the local fire authority the building control officer the designer and the installer By inviting discussion and expertise from all sides the emergency lighting in the property is more likely to be fit for purpose and all aspects of day to day use and maintenance will be covered Any key advice taken on the design of the system should be from a competent and responsible person with experience designing emergency lighting systems Types of Emergency Lighting There are three main types of emergency lighting to consider for your premises click here to view the full range we stock Non Maintained Non maintained emergency lighting is only activated in the event of full power failure This lighting cannot be used when the mains power is fully available A mains chargeable battery pack will power non maintained lighting in an emergency Maintained Maintained emergency lighting can be set to stay on constantly and uses the mains power in normal conditions In an emergency a rechargeable battery pack provides power This type of lighting can be useful where a multi purpose lighting solution is required Sustained Sustained emergency lighting with two sets of lamps is an evolution of non maintained lighting One set of lamps is powered by the mains the other by batteries In the event of power failure the mains powered set will go out and the battery powered set will illuminate Emergency Light Placement Emergency lights are used to highlight certain areas of your building during a crisis Along with the escape routes out of your building these areas often include emergency equipment such as fire extinguishers and potential hazards like steps Fire safety legislation will help to explain where emergency lighting should be installed for your particular situation but generally it should cover Exits internal and external ensuring the method of opening the door is clearly visible Escape routes both inside and outside the building towards the assembly point Stairways so that each step can be seen in the light Corridors regularly spaced and at every intersection and change of direction Windowless rooms and rest rooms allowing personnel to find the room exit Fire equipment manual call points and fire extinguishers should be easy to locate and use First Aid posts allowing personnel to clearly see and use

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  • Fire Extinguisher Classifications - Discount Fire Supplies
    Fire Extinguishers Wheeled Fire Extinguishers Automatic Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguisher Protection Fire Extinguishers Stands Cabinets Fire Extinguisher Transport Brackets Fire Blankets Fire Extinguisher Wall Brackets Fire Extinguisher Training Fire Buckets Fire Extinguisher Accessories Service Free Fire Extinguishers Fire Signs Fire Action Signs Fire Door Signs Fire Equipment Signs Fire Extinguisher Signs First Aid Signs Emergency Exit Signs Assembly Point Signs Photoluminescent Fire Action Signs Photoluminescent Fire Door Signs Photoluminescent Fire Equipment Signs Photoluminescent Extinguisher Signs Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs Prestige Fire Signs Fixtures Fittings Home Fire Extinguisher Classifications What you can expect with us Same day dispatch Lowest price guaranteed Free UK Delivery on orders over 150 Secure online order processing Free technical support Fire Extinguisher Classifications Fire Extinguisher Classifications and Information There 6 different type of Extinguisher Classification 5 x Fire and 1 x Electrical Fires have been classified into six groups A B C D E and F Class A fires are fires involving organic solids Paper Wood etc Class B fires are fires involving flammable Liquids Petrol Oil Paints Class C fires are fires involving flammable Gasses Class D fires are fires involving Metals Class E Fires are fires involving Electrical Apparatus Class F Fires are fires involving Cooking Oil Fat Colour Coding All Fire Extinguishers are colour coded so you can see what type of extinguisher it is and what it contains Water Red Foam Cream Dry Powder Blue Carbon Dioxide Black Halon Green Illegal as of December 03 Fire Extinguisher Locations Fire extinguishers should be stored in accessible spots away from heat in places in which they are likely to be needed but where you will still be able to get to them but out of reach of children should a fire start with at least one at every level of the house Several good

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  • Water Detector & Alarm - Discount Fire Supplies
    bridge the contacts These are useful in a normally occupied area near any appliance that has the potential to leak water such as a washing machine refrigerator with icemaker dehumidifier air conditioner or water heater Key benefits of having a water leak detector protect your home assets and heirlooms peace of mind lower insurance premiums prevents loss of claims free insurance discounts and higher deductibles premiums in subsequent years due to water damage claim Common sources of residential water leaks Water heater Toilet tank crack Washing machine hose rupture Faulty or frozen plumbing lines Refrigerator icemakers Dishwashers Dehumidifiers Unnoticed plumbing pipe damage during renovations Flooding Advice Steps To Take Advice from the Environment Agency Keep a list of useful numbers to hand e g your local council the emergency services your insurance company and Floodline Have a few sandbags or floorboards prepared to block doorways and air bricks Make up a Flood Kit including a torch blankets waterproof clothing wellingtons a portable radio first aid kit rubber gloves and key personal documents Keep it upstairs if possible Talk about possible flooding with your family or those you live with Consider writing a Flood Plan and store these notes with your Flood Kit Make sure you know where to turn off your gas and electricity What about your pets Where will you move them to if a flood is on the way Think about your car Where could you move it to in the event of a Flood Warning Get into the habit of storing valuable or sentimental personal belongings upstairs or in a high place downstairs Think about medication In the event of a flood you will still need to take it Flooding Do s and Don ts Do s Do wash your hands with soap and clean water after going to the toilet before eating or preparing food and after being in contact with flood water Do wash down all hard surfaces with hot soapy water several times particularly in the kitchen until visually clean Now use a food safe disinfectant Do ensure that any cuts or sores are protected with waterproof dressing from flood water Do contact your Doctor if you become ill after accidentally swallowing mud or contaminated water Do ensure that flood water containing oil diesel etc is removed by washing down the affected area with a detergent solution Do remove any coverings on airbricks doors and windows as ventilation is essential to dry wall cavities and voids Do ensure that the house is properly aired to encourage drying and restrict mould growth Do hot wash clothing bedding and other soft fabric articles including children s toys etc 60 C or the highest temperature indicated on manufacturer s instructions Large soft furnishings need professional cleaning Do replace any manhole covers dislodged by the flood Do remove any sandbags to weighdown manhole covers and plugs to sinks and baths Do remove sandbag s from toilet bowl s Do remove all outlet pluggings to washing machine and dishwasher

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  • WEEE Compliance - Discount Fire Supplies
    Water Detectors Alarms Automatic External Defibrillators AED Cabinets First Aid Signs SpeechPOD Voice Warning System Evacuation Chairs Lone Worker Alarms Fire Extinguishers Blankets Water Fire Extinguishers Foam Fire Extinguishers CO2 Fire Extinguishers Powder Fire Extinguishers Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers Wheeled Fire Extinguishers Automatic Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguisher Protection Fire Extinguishers Stands Cabinets Fire Extinguisher Transport Brackets Fire Blankets Fire Extinguisher Wall Brackets Fire Extinguisher Training Fire Buckets Fire Extinguisher Accessories Service Free Fire Extinguishers Fire Signs Fire Action Signs Fire Door Signs Fire Equipment Signs Fire Extinguisher Signs First Aid Signs Emergency Exit Signs Assembly Point Signs Photoluminescent Fire Action Signs Photoluminescent Fire Door Signs Photoluminescent Fire Equipment Signs Photoluminescent Extinguisher Signs Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs Prestige Fire Signs Fixtures Fittings Home WEEE Compliance What you can expect with us Same day dispatch Lowest price guaranteed Free UK Delivery on orders over 150 Secure online order processing Free technical support WEEE Compliance The waste electrical and electronic equipment WEEE regulations came into force in January 2007 and encourage companies who produce or distribute electrical equipment to reduce the impact of the product on the environment This is achieved by obliging companies to pay recycling and or collection of the product at the end of its useful life based on their market share The amount of WEEE we throw away is increasing by around 5 each year making it the fastest growing waste stream in the UK Recycling reduces the environmental and health risks associated with sending electrical goods to landfill We are proud to be members of the WEEE Producer Compliance Scheme registration number WEE CA1696TV As part of this scheme we offer a free product take back service and will be responsible for the correct disposal of any products we take back Should you require this service please contact

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  • Twinflex Fire Alarm Systems - Fike Fire Alarms
    Chemical Fire Extinguishers Wheeled Fire Extinguishers Automatic Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguisher Protection Fire Extinguishers Stands Cabinets Fire Extinguisher Transport Brackets Fire Blankets Fire Extinguisher Wall Brackets Fire Extinguisher Training Fire Buckets Fire Extinguisher Accessories Service Free Fire Extinguishers Fire Signs Fire Action Signs Fire Door Signs Fire Equipment Signs Fire Extinguisher Signs First Aid Signs Emergency Exit Signs Assembly Point Signs Photoluminescent Fire Action Signs Photoluminescent Fire Door Signs Photoluminescent Fire Equipment Signs Photoluminescent Extinguisher Signs Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs Prestige Fire Signs Fixtures Fittings Home Fire Alarms Fire Alarm Systems Fike Twinflex 2 Wire Fire Alarm System What you can expect with us Same day dispatch Lowest price guaranteed Free UK Delivery on orders over 150 Secure online order processing Free technical support Categories Twinflex Kits Twinflex Panels Twinflex Detectors Twinflex Call Points Twinflex Sounders Flashers Twinflex Accessories Twinflex Spares Fike Twinflex 2 Wire Fire Alarm System Fike Twinflex fire alarm system s are now available from Discount Fire Supplies Twinflex fire alarm systems are installed using only one pair of wires and two types of devices Twinflex Multipoint detectors with optional sounder and Twinflex manual callpoints Making it a simple innovative and cost effective fire alarm system Why you should purchase your Fike Twinflex fire alarm system from us Qualified Fike Twinflex engineer available for technical support Free UK delivery Secure on line or telephone 01792 452 700 ordering Fike Twinflex Price Watch Fike Twinflex prices from all leading retailers checked matched daily Fike Twinflex fire alarms are considered to be more technologically advanced than the standard alarm For instance Twinflex fire alarms that have the multipoint detector contain all the features of conventional heat and smoke detectors Twinflex can operate in seven different modes to suit the environment where the detector is located Due to this level

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