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Across the United States a fire occurs every 90 seconds. It can take approximately 8 minutes for firefighters to arrive to the scene of a fire. Additionally, when Life Safety equipment is tampered with, a fire can become life threatening in just 2 minutes.
What Is Life Safety Equipment?
Some Effects of Damage to Life Safety Equipment:
If a sprinkler head or smoke detector is covered or damaged, the notification to get out during a fire will be delayed.
Without proper signage and fire evacuation maps, a person may not know how to exit safely.
There can be a lot of smoke during a fire. Damaged exit signs that are not illuminated through thick smoke can not give clear directions.
The Honeywell Smoke Detector incorporates a state-of-the-art optical sensing chamber and advanced microprocessor. It also helps eliminate nuisance alarms and virtually eliminates non-billable service calls and fines resulting from false alarms. The microprocessor allows the detector to automatically maintain proper operation at factory calibrated detection levels, even when sensitivity is altered due to the presence of contaminants settling into the unit’s smoke chamber. A removable detector cover and chamber top allows the technician to quickly and easily clean the detector chamber without disassembling the detector head.
2. 24/7 FIRE ALARM &
Honeywell Heat Detector
Early detection of fire and smoke is critical to protecting your home and your loved ones. Fire monitoring is more than just a smoke detector. Our monitoring center will alert both you and the fire department at the first warning signs of fire.
The detector consists of an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor assembly coupled with a wireless transmitter. The transmitter can send alarm, trouble, end-of-life, tamper and low battery condition messages to the alarm panel. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, tasteless and highly toxic gas that is produced when fuels such as wood, gasoline, charcoal and oil are burned with insufficient air. The majority of residential and commercial fatalities caused from these fuels come from heating systems, engine powered tools and charcoal grills. Carbon monoxide is harmful when inhaled because it displaces oxygen in the blood and deprives the heart, brain and other vital organs of oxygen. Large amounts of CO can overcome a person in minutes without warning—causing them to lose consciousness and suffocate.
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Honeywell CO Detector
Fire & Smoke Monitoring
How Fire & Smoke Monitoring Works
WE DON'T FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE.
WE TAKE THE FIGHT OUT OF IT EARLY.
1. FIRE ALARM
The Honeywell Heat Detector combines both rate-of-rise and fixed temperature sensors. Fires typically cause a rapid rise in temperature in the surrounding area. The Honeywell Heat Detectors rate-of-rise thermostat senses the rise in temperature and signals an alarm if the increase is 15° or more per minute. With a built-in fixed temperature sensor, it will also signal an alarm if the environmental temperature rises above 135°F. The Heat Detector is UL Listed (UL 521) and CSFM approved for commercial and residential applications.
3. FAST ASSISTANCE
Regulated By: Department of Arkansas State Police, 1 State Police Plaza Drive, Little Rock, AR 72209 501-618-8600
Serving all of Central Arkansas!
We can contact and dispatch emergency response services if your home or family are in danger.
If a sensor in your home is triggered we'll respond immediately.
Advanced Alarms of Arkansas, Inc. CMPY.0002345
Greenbrier, Arkansas 72058
Phone: (501) 607-0898
Honeywell Smoke Detector
Our monitoring centers provide you with the fast response around the clock.