Fire Alarms and Fire Detection Installation

Intelligent Security and Fire design, install, maintain, repair and takeover Fire Alarms and Fire Detection systems for both domestic and commercial customers.

In England and Wales there were 321 fatalities in 2010-2011 due to fire, this is a frightening statistic with obviously irreversible effects. What is not so obvious is the devastating effect a fire can have on a commercial enterprise. 90% of businesses that suffer a serious fire at their premises never recover and ends up in liquidation.
"Early intervention is the key to protection from fire, detection followed by an appropriate action with minimise the risk and loss".
Under the Regulatory Reform Order 2006, it is your responsibility as an employer to assess Fire Safety risks, implement measures to fight, detect and give warning of fire, plan exit routes and keep those routes clear of obstructions in order to ensure the safe evacuation of the building. Intelligent Security and Fire can help make your property a safer place by installing and maintaining Fire Alarms and Fire Detection Systems with complex smoke control and phased evacuation of public and staff.

We can provide a full fire risk assessment and tailor a solution to meet your needs. All you need to do is speak to our Customer Service Team on 01895 200 200.
  • “Fantastic service from start to finish. Your engineers were great guys.”
    Muriel Fisher, Ickenham

Fire Alarms and Fire Detection Systems that ISF Install

Intelligent Security and Fire provide fire detection systems for the smallest kiosk to the largest shopping centre with complex smoke control and phased evacuation of public and staff. We can provide a full fire risk assessment and tailor a solution to meet your needs. We install various Fire Alarms and Fire Detection Systems:

Initiating Devices
  • Initiating Devices are manual or automatic devices that are used to operate notification devices. An automatic initiating device will respond automatically to an element of fire such as heat or smoke, whereas a manual device, such as a Break Glass Station, relies on somebody noticing the fire.
  • Smoke Detection- an automatic device that uses optical detection via a beam of light that is distorted by smoke, ionization using a radioisotope, or both.
  • Heat Detection- an automatic device that detects rises in heat and activates the notification system to a fixed temperature of heat, a rate of heat rise, or both.
  • Flame Detection- an automatic device that uses optical sensors to detect flames.
  • Aspirating Systems- an automatic device that draws air through a system of pipes and processes it using a laser-based detection unit. This automatic device can detect smoke before it is visible to the human eye.
Notification Devices
  • Voice Evacuation Systems - This is a system that, upon receiving notification of a fire from one of the above devices, plays a pre-recorded message alerting anybody in the building to evacuate. These can also be used by staff to provide relevant information and instructions as the situation unfolds.
  • Public Address Systems - Public Address Systems are used for personnel to address occupants of a building over a speaker system, providing them with information and instructions.
Other Systems
  • Radio Systems - These are systems that bypass the need to wire your devices together, meaning that you can move them to where they are most needed. This is especially useful in construction sites, where the layout of the site changes frequently.
  • Networked Systems - In a networked system, two or more control panels can be linked together, forming a system of devices. This is particularly useful where one panel is insufficient, or on a site with several buildings.
  • Fire Alarm Graphic Annunciators - These are displays that give a graphic indicator of the location in which an initiating device has been triggered. These are useful in order for respondents to rapidly isolate the cause of a fire.
  • Fixed Extinguishing Systems - These systems are used to protect sensitive areas such as server rooms, archives, and control rooms. They fill an area with an agent in order to quickly extinguish a fire, and can be used for various types of possible fires depending on their chosen agent.
  • Remote Monitored Systems - These are used in order to alert a Fire Response Service when one of your initiation devices registers a fire. A signal is passed to an Alarm Receiving Centre, which is then in turn relayed to the Fire Response Service.
  • “We were very pleased with the installation and pleasantly surprised at how neat and tidy everything was left.”
    Mr and Mrs Bushell, Harrow
Intelligent Security and Fire offer a 12-month Maintenance Contract that gives you access to our 24/7 call out facility. Should you need any advice or attention to the systems, we are just a phone call away. We aim to respond to every call within 4 hours, and will ensure that your systems are running smoothly.
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