Fire safety products

To comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2003, The responsible person, where necessary, must ensure that the premises are equipped with appropriate fire-fighting equipment in order to safeguard the safety of relevant persons


Portable fire extinguishers form an important part of the fire protection provision of a building. They are especially valuable in the early stages of a fire, as they are portable and immediately available to assist in evacuation, the protection of a building and its contents. In recent surveys, more than 80% of fires are successfully extinguished using hand held portable extinguishers.Fire extinguishers have a vital role to play in the first aid response to fire.



For use on Class A fires – such as: wood, paper and fabric fires.
Water extinguishers are a popular choice for Class A fires by cooling, preventing re-ignition, providing low cost maintenance, refilling and an environmentally friendly end of life disposal


For use on Class A & B fires, such as: wood, paper, fabric, and flammable liquid fires.
Foam extinguishers are an excellent choice for multi risk areas such as shops and offices with a high fire knockdown rate and safe inadvertent contact with live electrical equipment.



For use on Class B fires – such as: fires involving flammable liquid and electrical equipment. CO2 extinguishers having a non-conductive extinguishing media are the perfect choice for all live electrical equipment risks


For use on Class A, B & C fires – such as: wood, paper, fabric, flammable liquids, gaseous fires and fires involving electrical equipment.
​Powder extinguishers are an excellent choice for multi risk, all weather external situations; However, powder discharge can cause a sudden reduction in visibility and impair breathing, thus they are not recommended for use indoors.

wet chemical


For use on Class A & F fires – such as: wood, paper, fabric, cooking oil and deep fat fryer fires.
Wet Chemical extinguishers when applied to hot oil cools the burning oil and chemically reacts to form a soap-like solution; sealing the surface and preventing re-ignition. They are the only choice for fires involving deep fat fryers.


For use on Class D fires – such as: lithium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, titanium or aluminium.
Fires involving combustible metals in the form of swarf or powder can reach extreme temperatures. The L2 and M28 Powder Fire Extinguishers are equipped with a low velocity applicator to ensure the specialist powder is applied gently and effectively to the burning metal.


A Fire Blanket is designed to extinguish small fires involving cooking oils (Class F), clothing fires and other small contained fires.
They are usually made of woven fibreglass or nylon with a silicone fire retardant coating, supplied in quick release containers, and should be wall mounted in a suitable location where they can be accessed easily in an emergency.
​They are single use and cannot be cleaned or repaired after use.


Detectors And Alarms



It is recommended that all homes have AT LEAST one smoke alarm on each level, but ideally smoke alarms should be in all bedrooms, living areas and landings. A working smoke alarm can increase your chances of escaping from a house fire by up to 90%. Kidde’s range of battery smoke alarms has been designed to combine ease-of-use with added features such as hush features, escape lights, long-life.


Our new range of FIREX smoke and heat alarms are hard-wired and can be interconnected throughout the home. Three different sensing technologies (ionization, optical and heat) as well as a standard 9V, long life lithium or rechargeable back-up battery options provide a complete range of hard-wired alarms.


Our premium Kidde ‘Slick’ range of smoke and heat alarms provide a fast-fitting solution and can be interconnected with other Kidde and Firex alarms. There is also an optional wireless capability when used with the Wireless Alarm Base, RF-SFTP.


Carbon monoxide is a colourless, tasteless and odourless gas that is highly poisonous. A CO2 alarm is designed to detect this poisonous gas and alert you to the danger. Kidde has a range of battery operated CO2 alarms for use in the home

Addressable Fire Alarm

An addressable fire alarm system is made up of a series of fire detectors and devices that are connected back to a central control panel. With addressable systems, each device has an address or location, enabling the exact detector that was triggered to be quickly identified. Programmable features within the addressable fire control panel makes for an intelligent and powerful system for public buildings, offices and large buildings. Features include sensitivity adjustment of smoke detectors, full integration with building management systems, cause and effect options, pre-alarm activations, remote diagnostics. Furthermore, An optional printer module can be supplied to the addressable control panel for a full print-out of events.

Linear Heat Detection (LHD)

Linear Heat Detection (LHD) provides early detection of fire conditions or overheating of equipment., plant or the surrounding areas. Signaline linear heat detection cables are conventional heat detectors in linear form. They sense heat anywhere along their length and are designed to be used in commercial and industrial applications