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GEELONG FIRE SERVICES PTY. LTD.

54 Little Ryrie St,
Geelong, Vic, 3220
Phone: 1300 558 933

Fire Detection and Evacuation Systems

Geelong Fire Services skilled technicians that are able to promptly return your fire system to normal in the event of a fault that is reported to us....

A building's Fire and Smoke Alarm Equipment is an essential service within any building.

These systems are intended to detect fire and/or smoke in an emergency situation and alert building occupants to initiate evacuation and to notify the Fire Department that a fire situation either exists or potentially may exist within the building.

In general terms, these systems consist of Detection Devices such as Smoke Detectors, Heat Detectors and Pull Stations, plus Audible Alarm Devices such as Bells, Horns or Speakers in the case of Emergency Warning Systems.

The Australian Standards mandates that regular Inspection, Repair and Maintenance on the Fire Alarm & Emergency Warning Systems be completed by suitably qualified/trained personnel.

Our internal training and education program ensures that our field staff are constantly retrained and made aware of any changes or additions to the codes. All Technicians are equipped with all required Australian Standards for reference.

Geelong Fire Services offers the most technologically advanced systems available, including conventional fire and smoke detection, flame and water detection, high-sensitivity air sampling detectors, and the latest in analogue addressable detection technology.

Geelong Fire Services also provides complete annual Inspection & testing, as well as remedial repair work to correct deficiencies in existing fire and smoke alarm systems, plus 24/7 emergency service calls.

Emergency Warning and Evacuation Systems are a critical element of a building.

These systems are designed to facilitate the evacuation of a building in the event of an emergency. The system can be made of speakers, Warden Intercom Points (WIP’s) and break-glass alarms distributed throughout a building or site.

The evacuation system is triggered either by a connected fire alarm panel (having detected smoke), or by a person activating the break-glass alarm. An evacuation process will then proceed via warning sirens through the speakers connected.