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New Technology is Helping Defeat False Fire Alarms

False fire alarms are a huge issue in fire safety. They're costly and can put occupant safety at risk. The latest innovations in false alarm management have made a huge difference in minimising this global issue.

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The Crucial Role of Fire Systems in Data Centre Design

The European data centre sector alone is predicted to grow 20% by 2020. The challenge for FMs is to keep all this critical infrastructure running as problems can have very serious consequences.

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World-Famous National Theatre Selects High Performance MxPro 5

Intelligent fire panels from industry-leading manufacturer Advanced have been chosen to protect the National Theatre in London after an £89m redevelopment.

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Ongoing Investment in Lux Intelligent sees Appointment of UK Sales Manager

As part of ongoing investment in its Lux Intelligent emergency lighting testing system, global fire and life safety company Advanced has appointed a dedicated UK sales manager, Robin Kemp.

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Leading Kosovo Bank Selects Advanced Protection for New HQ

One of the leading banks in Europe’s newest nation has selected industry-leading Advanced fire systems to protect its new headquarters.

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Lux Intelligent shortlisted for Lux Awards 2016

Lux Intelligent, the leading emergency lighting testing system from global fire and life safety company Advanced, has has been nominated for this year’s prestigious Lux Awards.

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Advanced Recognised by BSI for 10 Years of Standards Excellence in Fire Systems

Global fire systems leader Advanced is delighted to announce that it has received an award from BSI, the business standards company, for 10 years of standards excellence in fire systems.

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Advanced Adds More Zones to its QuickZone Fire Panels

Global fire systems leader Advanced has extended the range of its QuickZone range of conventional and twin-wire fire panels by adding a 16-32 zone option. This complements the existing 2-4 and 4-12 zone options and significantly enhances the versatility of the panel range.

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