The new Haes Catalogue, issue 9.0 is now available.
Haes are delighted to introduce Ambient System to the UK market. From public address & voice alarm system design to plug and play devices we cover it all with this innovative product offering for multi-industry use. The product range includes: Public Address & Voice Alarm System (including control units, microphones, exchangeable modules & system configuration) […]
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Apollo Fire Detectors have announced the upcoming launch of their new range of Intelligent Interfaces designed to complement their full range of fire detection devices, due for general release on 9th November 2016.
To protect workers during aircraft spray-painting, Cambridge International Airport have installed nine Talentum flame detectors and one Fireray beam detector. “Because of the explosive nature of the paint used in the hangar, explosion-proof flame detectors were necessary,” commented Brian Myall, Fire Safety Officer for Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, the company which manages the airport. […]
Forty years ago Haes began a quest to help aid fire detection with the creation of manufactured alarm control panels. Today we have taken that journey from the land to sea with the development of a range of MED approved and Lloyds Registered fire alarm control panels which are revolutionising the marine market. Our Esento Marine range […]
STI have now replaced their popular Stopper range of call point covers with the new and improved, Universal Stopper.
The new Lockdown Alarm switch from Haes has been developed to assist with the lock down policy of any school, hospital or other public building.
Apollo Fire Detectors have announced the launch of their brand new Intelligent Auto-Aligning Beam Detector. The new Beam Detector is compatible with CoreProtocol, Apollo’s new digital communication protocol as well as with existing XP95 and Discovery protocols.
Haes Excel, the UK’s leading brand of conventional fire control panels now include networking features.