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Saving Lives & Energy


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New Range - New Features The latest generation of Firex®





hard-wired, interconnectable smoke and heat alarms


offers substantial energy savings and outstanding reliability. •


Low energy - costs less than £1 per year to operate based on current energy tariffs.*


Product reliability - with dust compensation and bug screen on all optical alarms, minimising nuisance alarms and call-backs.


• Alarm Memory Function - Identifi es which alarm has triggered. • Greater choice - with Standard, Long-life and Rechargeable battery back-up versions in each sensing technology.


• Range of Accessories - including wired Remote Test and Hush switch, and relay pattress to operate other devices.


* March 2016 average kWh cost from the UK’s top suppliers of between £0.099/kWh and £0.109/kWh. Firex®


is manufactured and supplied exclusively by Kidde, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation.


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Tel: +44 (0)1753 766392 Email: sales@kiddesafety.co.uk Web: kiddesafetyeurope.co.uk


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