NORTHFORD, Conn.—The Minnesota Humane Society has received a fire alarm and installation donation from Silent Knight and Mankato, Minn.-based security and life safety integrator Spectrum Systems to help protect animals at its regional pet center.
The two have donated an addressable IntelliKnight 5700 fire alarm, System Sensor detection devices and complete system installation for the newly constructed Riverside Regional Pet Center.
The 6,266-square-foot facility, which is expected to open in January, comprises a variety of rooms, including a garage, surgical/exam room, office space and separate kennel areas to house nearly 80 animals. The IntelliKnight 5700 addressable fire alarm system has an enhanced drift compensation feature to control detector sensitivities and reduce false alarms.
“We want to thank Silent Knight for gifting the shelter this wonderful system,” says Susan Kroon, board of directors’ president for the Blue Earth Nicollet County Humane Society. “The dogs and cats are so fortunate to have caring people reach out to them.”