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Fire Alarms & Safety Equipment Howler Site Alarms


Simple to operate when there is a fire. • Designed primarily for locations where a conventional fire alarm system is inappropriate.


• Completely self-contained, these alarms can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications powered by a 9V PP9 battery (included).


• The durable polypropylene container is equipped with a 118 decibel siren. • Dimensions: 200x300x120mm (WxHxD). Available in 5 different styles (all switches are IP65 rated): • Push Button Switch (FSH01) – Simple 22mm (dia) switch. • Palm Push Button Switch (FSH02) – 50mm (dia). Push on/twist to switch off switch.


• Push On/Key Off Switch (FSH03) – Prevents unauthorised silencing of alarms. Switch supplied with 2 reset keys.


• Illuminated Switch (FSH04) – Switch illuminates once pushed on. • Resettable Call Point (FSHOCP) – Push to activate, supplied with 2 reset keys preventing authorised silencing of alarms.


Code Switch Style FSH01 Push FSH02 Palm Push FSH03 Push On/Key Off


Price £145.00 £165.00 £185.00


Code FSH04


Switch Style Illuminated


FSHOCP Resettable BAT29


Rotary Hand Bells Ideal for alerting employees and visitors of an emergency where there is no electrical


power or power sources fail. • Bell sounds at 60 decibels for up to 35 metres.


• Robust die-cast aluminium construction with pre-drilled flange for fast and easy installation. • Suitable for internal and external use.


Code Size (Dia x D) FSRHB 270x140mm


Price £79.99


Standard Smoke Alarms Provide early warning of fire with this economical


smoke alarm. • Battery powered - 9V battery included.


• 85 decibel alarm. • Low battery warning. • Easily installed - No wiring. • Tested to BS 5446 Part 1:2000. • One year guarantee.


Megaphones Ideal and efficient method of transmitting information to crowds in


emergency situations. • Easy-to-use 'pistol' style grip with volume control.


• Range of 250 metres dependent upon conditions.


• Incorporated siren helps increase awareness.


• Operated by 6 x C-Cell batteries (included). • Battery life approximately 6 hours. • 16 Watt Power.


Code Size (Dia x W)


SFS4 200x340 BAT27 Spare C Batteries


Emergency Gas Horns Ideal for building site applications and testing


Code Description BSA1


Alarm BAT29 Spare 9V Battery Life Hammer


When you need to get out fast! • Shatters windows quickly and easily for a safe and quick exit from any vehicle or window.


• A shielded cutter can be used to cut through seat belts.


• Easily located in the dark by a photoluminescent indicator.


• Comes supplied with a back plate which can be wall mounted. • Size: 175mm (L) x 68mm (W).


Code PS75Z


Price £15.20


Quantity & Price Each 1-4 5-14 15+


£8.99 £7.90 £4.15 £3.40


£7.50 £3.00


The safety products you need...


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Code Description


FSGHE Horn & Gas Canister FSGHR 1 Gas Refill FSGHC Wall Clip


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£23.50 £14.50 £5.90


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emergency procedures. • Horn sounds 110 decibels at a distance of up to two miles. • Uses non-flammable, CFC free gas. • 300ml can allows for multiple uses. • Optional Wall Clip is available to mount the horn on the wall.


Price £179.00


£4.89 / Pack of 2 Spare PP3 Battery


Price £205.00 £167.00 £4.15


FSH01


New & improved design


FSH02


FSH03


FSH04


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