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Fireco and Detection Supplies, part of Norbain, have partnered up in order to supply and carry out site surveys for the Fireco Pro Range.
The Fireco team is buzzing as we prepare for a welcome return of fire safety-related events! We’re looking ...
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Following a challenging 2 years distinguished by expanding profits and sustained growth, we're excited to announce the appointment of James Wheeler as CEO.
We interviewed Martin Pearce, our resident fire door expert, inspector and installer, to answer some common questions about fire doors and how to keep them compliant.
It’s not easy to write about actual fires. Where lives have actually been lost. It’s a sensitive subject, after ...
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been used for commercial applications for some time now and is quickly becoming a ...
The end of the year provides time to reflect on all the highs and lows experienced! We've summed up what we've been up to this year and what's to come in 2022!
It’s been a long time since we’ve been able to get out and about and socialise with friends and business contacts. ...
Part 3 of our interview with Steve Emery, Fire Officer at Oxford Uni! We discuss fireproofing heritage doors and fire safety in historic buildings.
Part 2 of our interview with Steve Emery, Fire Officer at Oxford Uni! We discuss fire safety in historic buildings and the complexities of heritage fire doors.
According to figures from Historic England, in the UK alone, 355 old buildings caught fire in the UK in ...
Smart tech products can now be found in most homes, but how can this digital progression help to modernise the fire industry?