Fire & Life Safety Solutions

Fire Alarm Systems

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 A properly designed and installed fire alarm is a foundational component of your fire protection equipment.  The presence of a reliable fire alarm in your building ensures total code compliance, but more importantly, it saves lives. The blaring sirens and flashing lights of a fire alarm tell occupants to evacuate the building long before they smell smoke or see flames. 

Fire Alarm Components

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  • Smoke & Heat Detectors
  • Duct Detectors
  • Sprinkler System Switches
  • Manual Pull Stations
  • Horns, Strobes, Bells
  • Beam Detectors
  • Annunciator Panels


Voice Evacuation & Mass Notification

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 Our integrated Mass Notification systems are capable of delivering voice notification to a single  location, multiple zones or every public address point. So whether you are sending out a routine PA announcement or an emergency alert, you can  have confidence knowing your message will be received loud and clear. 

Sprinkler Integration

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Associated Security Corporation can integrate your wet or dry sprinkler system switches with our fire alarm control panels, so that upon activation of the sprinkler system, an electrical signal activates an audible or visible alarm as well as send a signal to the monitoring facility to notify the proper authorities.

Hazardous Gas Detection

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Whether there's a need to monitor carbon monoxide from vehicular exhaust in parking structures, carbon dioxide levels in auditoriums or  conference rooms, ozone-depleting refrigerant gas leaks in mechanical rooms, toxic off-gassing from equipment or flammable gas leaks in pipes  and equipment, we offer a total gas monitoring solution for you.  Solutions range from standalone units to fully engineered multi-point systems, all offering cost effective regulatory compliance. 

Fire & Life Safety Inspections

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 Fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested and maintained frequently to comply with the local and state codes and regulations. The codes and standards set forth by the National Fire  Protection Agency (NFPA) are followed to ensure life and property are  protected in the event of a fire. Our licensed inspectors will test and inspect your system in accordance with these codes and ordinances to ensure fire alarm components are properly functioning. 

Our Fire & Life Safety Partners

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