Intersec 2018 – new products and record visitors!
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Last week’s Intersec Expo provided the perfect opportunity to present our latest range of test solutions to the fire industry. It was great to be part of the show and to have the opportunity to discuss how our range of solutions can help transform the testing and maintenance of fire detectors.
Our stand was packed with innovation, leading with Solo 365 – our new cartridge based smoke detector testers that enables faster, simpler and cleaner functional testing. Also on show were our new Urban Kits – designed for engineers on the go working on large site or in built-up areas. Our new range of technical smoke aerosols, Solo A10 and Solo A5, which offer a direct replacement for our industry-leading Solo A3 aerosol, also received plenty of positive feedback. Offering all the features and performance levels of Solo A3, the new Solo aerosol range is approved by world’s leading detector manufacturers – many of whom featured the products on their stand.
Feedback on all our products was really positive and, if you attended the show, we hope you had the chance to see our products on various other stands including Apollo, Xtralis, Notifier, NSC and Siemens.
If you were one of the many visitors we welcomed to our stand – thank you for your interest, we are in the process of following up and will be in touch with a specific response to your enquiry shortly.
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