Fire detection

The risk

Nearly 10,000 building fires occur every year in Belgium, caused either by accident, negligence, or malicious intent.

It’s often hard to imagine the danger involved in a fire because we identify it with those flames we think we can tackle more or less easily.

Wrong! The primary risk is smoke: thick, it will completely impede visibility; toxic, it will contain tiny particles that will harm the lungs. Not to mention it also produces carbon monoxide, an odourless and asphyxiating gas.

While you’re asleep, only an electronic detector can guarantee you and your loved ones a safe waking up.

The need to protect oneself from it

The heat produced by a fire is impressive. The temperature in a room can reach 600°C in a few minutes, i.e. 10 times the maximum a human body can endure.

The authorities have become aware that the risk of fire isn’t something to be underestimated. So they made the installation of smoke detectors in homes compulsory during 2006. Such detectors reduce the risk of deadly fire by 70%, and at a minimal cost.

Solutions

Whether it’s for you, your firm or your business, C&Cure possesses a true strength of analysis and competence enabling us to advise you and install the type of device that suits your needs, while complying with the general Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, the EN54 and NBN 21-100 regulations, and by solely using BOSEC approved equipment.

We will help you choose according to the size of the building, its layout and the number of rooms, and will also advise you on strategic points or the type of detector to be fitted in order to avoid untimely alarm triggering while at the same time providing you with faultless detection.

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