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Apollo Fire Detectors

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Apollo launches Aspirating Smoke Detector 30 July 2014

Apollo Fire Detectors, the world-leading independent fire detector manufacturer, has added an EN54-20 approved Point Based ASD to its range of specialist detection products.  The Aspirating Smoke Detector (ASD) is an essential tool when it is impractical to place the detector head in situ....

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Fire detection in high hazard environments 30 September 2013

Providing fire detection solutions is a complex task at any time, but in high hazard applications, there are additional risks and challenges to address. Here Simon Flavell, Global Business Development Manager at Apollo Fire Detectors, examines the challenges in high-risk environments such as the marine, oil & gas and nuclear sectors, and provides an implementation case study at a hydro power facility in Wales....

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Base-mounted flame detectors 20 September 2010

Apollo Fire Detectors is bringing a range of eight new base-mounted flame detectors to the market, combining high performance with a compact design....

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Intrinsically safe fire detection protects major defence manufacturer 21 January 2010

Apollo intrinsically safe (IS) fire detection technology has been specified to protect a new manufacturing facility at Wallop Defence Systems Ltd site near Stockbridge, Hampshire. A division of Esterline Technologies, Wallop Defence Systems is a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of defence pyrotechnics for air, sea and land applications....

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Fire detection on the move 17 November 2009

Travellers on First Great Western trains from Penzance to Paddington can sleep safely knowing that they are being protected by world class fire detection technology from Apollo. The sleeper service runs six days per week throughout the year, so reliability is a critical factor....

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Fire detection on electric mountain 26 July 2009

It isn’t every day you need to specify a fire detection system for an industrial complex inside a mountain – but that was the challenge facing International Power, owners of Dinorwig Power Station near Snowdonia National Park in North Wales....