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innovation, intuitive operation and reliability. The Axis EN system was selected thanks to its auto- learn feature and straight-forward programming of multiple zones and outputs according to the requirements of each retail unit.”


ADVANCED TO PROTECT


MUMBAI MALL Fire panels from Advanced have been installed in one of India’s premier shopping destinations.


Inorbit has emerged as one of Mumbai’s most popular shopping destinations with its diverse and exceptional offerings in food, fashion and entertainment. Over the last 15 years of being in business, the mall has gained a huge fan following because of the unique shopping experience one can enjoy there.


The Axis EN system, which has recently received globally recognised


BULL TAKES SAFETY TO NEW HEIGHTS


WITH SITEHUB Bull Products, a manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, has introduced a new product which will heighten site safety on construction sites.


Developed specifically for the construction industry, SiteHub is an all-in-one meeting point, notice board and emergency station for fire, first aid and health and safety equipment for any site.


Built to last, SiteHub is weatherproof due to the anti-corrosive coating. It is self-supporting and has a highly visible red finish to ensure all workers can quickly locate and access equipment in an emergency. The Sitehub is double


08 | TOMORROW’S FM


FM APPROVED accreditation, was installed by Advanced Partners, Abhay Fire and Security Engineers, who were tasked with replacing the entire system including full re- configuration, programming and commissioning. The installation, covering the entire shopping mall including all public areas and retail units, is comprised of two networked 8-loop panels linked to the building management system and exhaust and pressurisation fans for the building’s smoke control function.


Hiren M. Shah, Proprietor at Abhay Fire and Security Engineers, said: “Advanced are our first choice of panel every time, combining


Available for European, Middle East and South East Asian markets, Axis EN is Advanced’s highest performance analogue panel range, combining 1-8 loop, fire panels configurable up to 200 panel networks with a complete range of wired and wireless loop devices and powerful peripherals. Axis EN, which is part of Advanced’s Axis range of systems, holds global approvals, including EN54, UL864 and AS1670. It is designed to go anywhere where high quality, reliable and easy to use fire detection and control is required.


Bharat Sharma, Division General Manager for Fire Safety Solutions in India, said: “Due to their complexity, great consideration must go into the fire protection for retail developments, with the Inorbit Mall being no different. Advanced is renowned for making things easy, even on more complex installations, and its products enjoy a reputation for real quality and performance making them the fire systems of choice.”


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It can be equipped with a lockable metal cabinet for secure storage of assets as well as castor wheels that enable the unit to be moved easily around site by hand if required.


Bradley Markham, Director at Bull Products, said: “Here at Bull, our ambition is to develop products that will protect workers when they come face-to-face with potential hazards on site.


sided for maximum functionality and can be moved around site by a forklift or telehandler.


“We believe that SiteHub will save time, take site safety to the next level, and most importantly, ensure workers are protected around the clock. We are looking forward to seeing our latest innovation take off in the market.”


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