Dec. 09, 2016

FFE: The Latest in Smoke and Flame Detection for Intersec

  • FFE's Fireray wide-area smoke detection seriesFFE's Fireray wide-area smoke detection series

Fire safety company FFE is bringing its Fireray wide-area smoke detection and Talentum flame detection technology to Intersec in Dubai in January 2017. The company will be located in the UK Pavilion (Booth 4-D32), where industry experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

With over half a million optical beam detectors installed worldwide, Fireray is a good choice for installers and engineers looking for smoke detection in large open areas. With its modern design aesthetic and minimal footprint, the Fireray is popular with architects and facilities managers who care about preserving the original design of buildings.

Visitors will also get to see Talentum flame detectors, the fastest fire detection system in the world. Talentum flame detectors are built with FFE Broadspectrum technology, which recognises a broad range of infra-red radiation from flames of any fuel source, through smoke, steam, dust and glass. They provide excellent protection for waste recycling sites where a mixture of materials can burn. High value equipment exposed to flammable environments, such as aircraft in hangars and hazardous chemical process equipment, are also safer when protected by Talentum’s fast flame detection. ATEX approved, explosion proof and intrinsically safe models are available.

“Our technology is relied on to protect some of the most iconic buildings in the world, from the White House and Buckingham Palace to Dubai Airport and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, as well as countless industrial installations worldwide,” stated FFE’s Managing Director Mark Osborne. “Talentum flame detectors have also been selected to protect the Bloodhound supersonic car, set to break the world land-speed record in the coming years.”


FFE Limited
9 Hunting Gate
SG4 0TJ Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Phone: +44 (0)1462 444 740

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