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Fire Detection & Alarm

MaFaZa Electrical Services

Peace of Mind

Protecting Family & Employees

Providing professional and compliant installation, maintenance and repair of fire alarm systems

By choosing Mafaza Electrical Services you can be safe in the knowledge that you are choosing a competent accredited team to install your Fire Detection and Alarm system.

Reliable Fire Detection Services

We are fully versed with the requirements of BS5839-1 & 6:2013.for the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Fire Detection & Alarm systems for non-domestic and domestic properties.

We combine our experience with the latest manufacturers’ technology and design standards. Our team will ensure that your systems are designed, installed, commissioned, and maintained to the highest level of standards whether it be a new installation or adding to an existing system

What we Provide:

Types of Systems We Install

Conventional Systems

Conventional Systems

Ideal for Small Buildings
Wireless systems

Wireless Systems

Lots of Flexibility
System categories M, L1 to L5. P1 & P2

System Categories

M, L1 to L5. P1 & P2

Common Questions & Answers

A properly maintained fire alarm will last about 10 – 12 years. Once your alarms start getting older than that, you should have them replaced – even if they’re working fine. Older fire alarms tend to run into more problems than newer ones, and you may not know if yours has a problem until it’s too late.

There are two main types of smoke detectors: ionization and photoelectric.

  1. Ionization detectors are more sensitive to smoke from fast clean burning fires.
  2. Photoelectric detectors have fast response to slow burning or smouldering fires.

Heat detectors for environments where the ambient conditions have high levels of dust or fumes. They operate on rate of rise or fixed heat.

The beep is there to alert you of a condition.

  • The batteries need to be replaced
  • The device needs to be cleaned
  • There is an error occurring within your device

If you are experiencing abnormalities or are concerned about the functionality of your smoke alarm, get in touch with us today. We can inspect your device and offer advice.

Smoke detectors should be fitted where they give the best early warning for the occupants. In a typical dwelling they must be positioned in exit routs, areas leading to exit routs and areas where the likelihood of a cause of fire is

Current BS 5839-6 Code of Practice states that all fire alarms in the dwelling should be interlinked. This is because you can be alerted of smoke or fires much earlier than if they were not linked. For example, a heat alarm can go off in the kitchen and trigger the smoke alarm upstairs in the bedroom to go off as well.

An interlinked fire alarm system installed in the dwelling must be supplied from the dwelling’s main electricity supply. Interlinked or radio linked alarms should all still have a battery back up, which can supply up to 72 hours power in the event of any power cuts.

Multi sensor alarms are able to detect smoke and heat from a fire.

Heat alarms can be installed in kitchens prone to false alarms and also into roof spaces. Keep in mind these are fitted in addition to smoke detectors and not an alternative.

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