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Safety

FIRETEX FX9502 Cellulosic Fireproofing Coating

Sept. 8, 2021
Sherwin-Williams' FIRETEX FX9502 Cellulosic Fireproofing Coating combines lasting corrosion and fire protection with design possibilities.
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Buildings

TrueSite Workstation BISU

July 2, 2021
The TrueSite Workstation (TSW) Building System Information Unit (BSIU) allows for easier control of facility fire and life safety networks from a single location while improving...
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Safety

Foam Concentrate for Class B Fuel Fire Suppression

April 15, 2021
Chemguard NFF 3x3 UL201 Foam Concentrate is a patent-pending, Non-Fluorinated Foam (NFF) technology that provides fast, effective fire suppression on most Class B hydrocarbon...
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Explosion Suppression

Fire Suppression Remote Monitoring

Oct. 2, 2020
A first-of-its-kind remote monitoring solution for gaseous fire suppression systems, the IntelliSite remote monitoring system allows users to monitor the status of a...
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Detectors & Alarms

Advanced Smoke Sensors

Sept. 17, 2020
The latest updates to UL 268, Standard for Safety of Smoke Detectors for Fire Alarm Systems, call for significant improvements to smoke detection technology. Set to take effect...
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Fire Protection

Shave Seconds, Even Minutes

Oct. 8, 2019
As a public safety leader, you strive to provide the best and most cost-effective service to your community. And you know that when it comes to saving lives and property, seconds...
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Fire Protection

Combustion Measurement Cameras

Oct. 7, 2019
Pyroscan-U is specifically designed to perform thermal monitoring and mapping of any object inside a kiln, furnace, boiler or reactor, while looking at the area of interest...
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Fire Protection

Design Envelope Self-Regulating Fire Pump

Aug. 28, 2019
Armstrong Fluid Technology has unveiled its industry-leading, self-regulating variable speed fire pump which, in addition to new safety benefits, also holds the distinction...
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Sensors

IR Sensor Elminates Potential Fire Hazards

Jan. 18, 2019
Industry expert Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to potential fire hazards.