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Security & tenant safety; Smoke & fire protection Danlers range just got better!


DANLERSOutdoor Security Switch range are neat and compact and now benefit from an IP66 rated polycarbonate enclosure and therefore can be installed across a greater range of challenging environments. The product range includes: IP66 Compact Person Detector with both improved time lag options and upgraded photocell range of 10-1000 lux together with a new photocell inactive feature; IP66 Twilight Switch turns lights ON from Dusk to Dawn; New IP66 Twilight Switch featuring DANLERS ‘Intelligent’ Photocell which reduces risk of hunting and over illumination; IP66 Dusk Switch with new ‘Intelligent photocell’ and LED feedback for determining time on duration from 2-16 hrs.


01249 443377 www.danlers.co.uk Upgrade sheltered housing with Aico


The Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT) has completed the first phase of an upgrade of the Fire Alarm systems in one of its retirement communities using Aico’s range of advanced alarms and accessories. Built to national standard ‘Lifetime Homes’, Hartrigg Oaks empowers people to remain independent by enabling aids and adaptations to be easily fitted. Aico’s RadioLINK+ based Fire Alarm systems fit well with this philosophy, being simple and cost-effective to adapt to meet the differing needs of residents. Aico’s Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm is particularly beneficial in this setting due to its fast response time, which provides residents with more time to evacuate.


enquiries@aico.co.uk Top category protection with Aico


Watford Community Housing has completed the installation of Grade D, LD1 fire detection systems in two 16 storey tower blocks using Aico Multi-Sensor Fire Alarms and accessories, wirelessly interconnected with Aico’s award winning RadioLINK+ RF technology. Aico’s Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm uses two sensor types, optical and heat, to constantly monitor smoke and heat levels which are processed through intelligent detection software to provide the best response to all fire types, as well as reducing potential false alarms; the latter is enhanced through a dust compensation feature. David Wright, Surveying Manager at Watford Community Housing comments: “Aico are great!”


enquiries@aico.co.uk Warden call systems for maximum safety


South Cambridgeshire District Council is upgrading its 1400 sheltered housing properties with new warden call systems connected to Aico mains powered Multi-Sensor, Heat and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms. South Cambridgeshire District Council is pleased with the outcome of this latest project, as Eddie comments: “The service provided by Aico is impeccable. The stock provision and minimal failure rate has ensured that this project is running smoothly and to time. We have also integrated an online monitoring trial into the project and the ongoing support from Aico has been really useful and has made the system work for us.”


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www.housingmmonline.co.uk | HMM September 2018 | 49


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