A fire alarm system consists of a number of devices in the same network that function to detect emergencies such as smoke, fire and carbon monoxide, among others, and produce auditory and visual signs of distress to notify appropriate parties as a response to such emergencies. These devices are usually smoke, heat and carbon monoxide detectors that can either be activated automatically during an event or manually via activation devices like pull stations.
Reed Brothers Security specializes in providing alarm system solutions tailor made to each installation site, commercial and residential. Various combinations of available alarm components can be integrated to provide you a peace of mind.
We work on various types of commercial fire alarm systems.
We provide test and inspection services on a quarterly, semi-annual and annual bases, as required by law, for commercial fire alarm systems.
As an electronic fire-protection device, a smoke detector automatically sense the presence of smoke, within a specified radius, and produces auditory and visual cues.
A carbon monoxide detector is an electronic device that detects the presence of the carbon monoxide gas and produces visual and auditory cues to alert appropriate parties.
A heat detector is a fire alarm device that has a heat sensitive sensor which responds to convected thermal energy. Heat detector is triggered by a temperature increase.