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Lambert Electrical Service Area

Lambert Electrical Service Area

Fire Alarm System Installation

Fire Alarm Systems detect the signs of smoke or heat, and notifies the people in the building of a Fire Safety hazard. Pull Stations are also used to notify everyone in a building that a fire has started. In many cases, a Fire System is required just to meet the compliance standards of Ireland’s Safety Laws. We keep to a strict schedule of inspections, so your system will work flawless if you ever need it to.

Fire Alarm Installation Methods

When you partner with Lambert Electrical, you benefit from over 3 decades of electrical experience and the best equipment available. Our installations are done with discipline, standardization, and kept strictly to code. We work closely with the local Fire Regulators to ensure that you can trust your Fire Alarms are within all statutory guidlines.

We might cost a little more than other companies, but our systems last longer and are more reliable. When it comes to Fire Safety, Human life is involved. So, it makes sense to cover your ethical and liability obligations and make sure your Fire Alarm system is installed by an expert.

Fire Alarm System Equipment

We put a great deal of research into the Fire Safety equipment we choose to adopt. Here are the primary devices used for Detection, Notification and Control:

Heat / Smoke Detector
These devices detect the signs of a fire, in the forms of smoke or heat. If a fire is detected, the device will signal the control panel.
Pull Station
People are usually quick to notice a fire, and pull stations allow for a mass notification in that event.
Fire Wire
Special wire is used with Fire Systems. On this wire, the coating is quick to melt, which causes the conductors to touch. This shorts the system, and a signal is detected.
Siren Strobe
In the event of a fire, it is very important to notify everyone. A Siren Strobe sends visual and auditory cues of the impending danger.
Control Panel
All detection devices send signals to the control panel, which can send signals to the Fire Authorities and the notification devices.

Much scrutiny goes into the equipment we choose to install, it must be durable, long lasting and the technology must be up to date.