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1 Room, 564 Detectors!

Over 500 detectors in one room might seem a little excessive, however for the Test Labs onsite at our Hertfordshire base it is exactly what is needed!

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Meet the students: Yousuff Ansari

In August 2018 Yousuff joined Detectortesters as a Test Development Engineering Student, taking up the chance to gain valuable industry experience and support his studies towards a degree in Electronic Engineering.

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Any detector, any time – Testifire has it covered!

Faced with the challenge of testing a variety of different makes and model of detector and, with an increase in the number of multi-sensor detectors now requiring testing – more and more engineers are turning to Testifire as their preferred method of testing. Testifire has seen the fastest growth in…

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New appointments to the sales team

We’re delighted to confirm two new appointments to our sales team with the arrival of Marcel Zwarthoed as Business Development Manager and the promotion of Mustafa Yucebag to Business Development Executive.

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New online troubleshooting

We’ve recently updated the Support section of our website to allow on-line diagnosis of support queries related to Testifire and Solo 365.

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Try our new kit selector – find your ideal kit

With a variety of Solo and Testifire kits available, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you.  To help with this, we’ve developed our kit selector – designed to find your ideal solution!

Whatever fire detectors you’re testing – the kit selector will help you find the most suitable kit.

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What’s important when choosing a smoke aerosol?

Smoke aerosols offer a reliable and efficient way of functionally testing smoke detectors, they are the test method of choice for many fire professionals and are most commonly used within a Solo 330 dispenser. Our support team are occasionally asked for information on the contents of our aerosols as users seek assurances that the contents are safe to use on site and won’t cause harm to the detector itself.

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