Posts Tagged ‘Kentec’

Kentec safeguards Serbian telecoms from fire

Kentec helps safeguard Serbian telecoms

Kentec safeguards Serbian telecoms from fire Twenty-six new Telekom Srbija telecommunication facilities, designed to extend the range and quality of the company’s telecom services across Serbia, are being protected by fire safety systems that use Kentec fire alarm control panels. Telekom Srbija is the leading Serbian telecommunications company headquartered in Belgrade. The company offers a…

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Kentec showcasing at Int Firex 2015

Firex 2015

International Firex 2015 at London’s ExCel Centre (Stand E120, 16-18 June 2015) provides the perfect opportunity for leading fire detection and alarm control product manufacturer Kentec Electronics to showcase its products. Kentec will showcase its extensive EN, UL & FM, Marine, Analogue, Conventional & Extinguishant ranges of Fire Control Panel Solutions, including its market-leading Syncro, Sigma and Elite ranges of EN and UL listed products – designed for the widest, most demanding…

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Bank of Albania Museum

Bank of Albania Museum

Kentec protects newly rebuilt Bank of Albania Museum A major renovation and restoration of the historic Central Bank of Albania in Tirana, that includes the construction of a new building to house a new Numismatic Museum, is being protected by a new fire safety system that includes a Kentec fire alarm control panel. Housed in the ground and first floors of the…

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Kentec’s ‘top gear’ on show at leading motor museum

The prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum, the UK’s largest motor museum and home to the country’s most comprehensive collection of the World’s greatest cars, is being protected by a new fire safety system that includes a Kentec fire alarm control panel. Following a recent £5m refurbishment, the prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum, at Sparkford in Somerset, now allows its more than 400 classic cars and motorbikes, dating from 1885…

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Kentec vigilant at National Memorial to the Few

national memorial to the few

An iconic new visitor and education facility being added to the National Memorial to the Few at Capel-le-Ferne, on the famous white cliffs between Dover and Folkestone in Kent, is being protected by a new fire safety system that includes a Kentec fire alarm control panel. From early 2015 the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust’s iconic new Wing visitor and education centre will be helping visitors find…

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