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Emergency Lighting Systems







            Emergency lighting systems are installed to provide assistance in evacuating a building in the
            event of loss of the supply to the general lighting circuits, through fire or power failure.


            Emergency routes and exits requiring illumination must be provided with emergency lighting
            of adequate intensity in case lighting fails. It is the responsibility of all employers to ensure that
            all these systems are suitably maintained and checked to ensure they are safe
            and compliant.


            Upon completion of the test, we will provide a report on any necessary repairs or
            improvements that may be required before issue of test certificate. On completion of testing,
            we will issue a Certification of Emergency Lighting Test
            and report along with maintenance records, emergency
            lighting logbook and requirements for in house.



            Design
            The Design stage of Emergency Lighting is also critical
            to any installation. If not carried out correctly, you could
            have a system that does not comply with regulations
            (I.S 3217: 2013+A1:2017).




            Smoke Ventilation Systems








            All our smoke ventilation systems comply with current fire
            and building regulations, and we can provide everything
            from single automatic opening vents, to multi zone
            installations interfaced with fire alarms and building
            management systems.
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