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Smoke Alarms

Smoke alarms - also called smoke detectors - play a most important role in private dwellings such as houses, units and even caravans. They detect fires in an early stage, give alarm and protect primarily people at night when being asleep.

Safety Check offers different types of smoke alarm solutions:

  • Ionisation smoke alarms indicate flaming fires with little visible smoke by detecting invisible particles of combustion, eg from a burning toaster.
  • Photoelectric smoke alarms work on visible particles of combustion, eg smouldering cigarette smoke. They respond particularly to the smoke of smouldering fires.
  • Carbon Monoxide alarms detects dangerous CO build-up in rooms and houses with an electrochemical sensor.

The power for the smoke detectors is either supplied via batteries. Some alarms can also be attached to the main power supply as well as interconnected with other detectors in the same building to ensure simultaneous sound.

All smoke alarms must comply to the Australian Standard AS 3786.

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