Fire alarm security systems

Each business building must comply with various fire safety regulations set forth by national and international laws. In order to safeguard people and property, fire alarms must operate quickly and precisely. A properly functioning fire alarm security system will also prevents false alarms and will lower your insurance premium.

On commercial premises, we install and maintain fire alarms and detection systems to meet all regulations. Our goal is to maintain a high level of safety while accurately designing and installing the system. Smoke detectors and heat detectors are a part of our fire alarm systems as standard equipment to protect your company and employees.

Fire Alarm security systems are made to automatically go off in response to heat or smoke detectors. Additionally, alarms might be manually set off via manual call points or pull stations. Alarms are also created in a way that voice evacuation instructions warn occupants not to use the elevators and direct them to a safe exit. In order to guarantee safety and security, alarm systems are getting more and more advanced every day.

To ensure the highest level of safety, our skilled engineers can advise you, maintain, and check your fire detector system. While maintaining quality, we can provide affordable solutions. We can come up with a strategy that will keep your company secure and fit inside your spending limits.

Gas detection and alarm system (GDS)

The human senses are unable to detect several hazards, including combustible gases, low oxygen levels, toxic gases, and vapours. All of these issues pose a serious threat to plant safety and human lives in numerous industrial sectors. By giving an early warning, portable gas detectors improve worker safety. Al Atkaal can provide a variety of gas detection equipment and alarm systems, For both indoor and outdoor environments.

Gas detection system for detecting poisonous or combustible gases are created to give an early warning sign of their potential presence. One or more gas detectors, a central controller with a user interface, and nearby or distant warning strobe lights or warning horns are the components of basic systems.

According to the type of hazard or potential leak source, wireless gas detection systems minimize costly field wiring and enable the gas detectors to be moved to various locations. Wireless controllers must manage the wireless data lines in addition to doing all the tasks necessary for a wired controller and keeping an eye on each detector for communications interference.