Just as in real estate it’s all about location, the same can be said for heat detectors. Knowing the rules, best practices and insider tips to properly space these devices helps ensure they deliver system alerts as intended.
By Shane Clary · September 30, 2013
Though early fire detection is usually associated with smoke detectors, there are applications where a heat detector further enhances the preservation of property and life safety. Learn about the different types of heat detectors, and pick up some system design and installation pointers.
By Shane Clary · September 03, 2013
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the 5151 heat detector, a conventional, two-wire device.
SSI Staff · March 22, 2012
Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) of Springfield, Mo., unveils the 1183 Series wireless heat detector.
SSI Staff · November 16, 2011
Fire alarm systems are basically used in four different ways: to detect fires, respond to the manual activation of a fire alarm device, monitor signals from other fire-related systems and alert the building occupants to evacuate the building, and to alert off-site authorities so they may respond to the situation.
April 30, 2007