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What Are Low Voltage Systems?

Posted on: June 4, 2019

For Low Voltage Services, Call 901-531-6550! Low voltage systems are comprised of electrical equipment that uses 50 volts (V) of electricity or less. Common low voltages include 48 V, 24 V, and 12 V. Residential examples of low voltage systems include doorbells, garage door openers, home security sensors, thermostats, and landscape lighting. Commercial low voltage systems… Read More »

Does A Fire Alarm System Alert the Fire Department Automatically?

Posted on: May 9, 2019

Fire alarms are a critical part of any comprehensive fire protection system. When a smoke detector senses a fire, or a sprinkler head engages, the fire alarm sounds the alert. Manual pull stations also allow building occupants to announce an emergency if they spot flames before the sensors do. Fire alarms are effective for ensuring… Read More »

Recharging Your Fire Extinguishers: All You Need to Know

Posted on: April 4, 2019

It’s easy to take your fire extinguisher for granted, but many people don’t realize the cylinders require maintenance. In far too many instances, extinguishers are incapable of putting out a fire because they are not fully charged—even if they have never been used before. To prevent this scenario, every business owner should understand more about… Read More »

What Gases Are Used in Fire Suppression Systems?

Posted on: March 1, 2019

While fire sprinklers are appropriate for typical office and residential settings, you may have a business full of sensitive electronics or archives that could be damaged just as badly by water as fire and smoke. Additionally, dousing with water can cause some types of fires spread rather than going out. That’s why server rooms, data… Read More »

How Often Is Fire Extinguisher Training Required?

Posted on: February 28, 2019

You probably get peace of mind from the fire extinguisher mounted on the wall of your business. But consider that an extinguisher is only as effective as the person wielding it. Are you still confident the extinguisher could douse a fire when you need it most? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers… Read More »

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