Technical Alarm Systems Ltd

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Technical Alarm Systems Limited are based in Southampton, Hampshire and have been serving the community since 1999.

TAS specialise in the field of Fire Alarm Systems, PA/Voice Alarm Systems, Emergency Lighting, CCTV and Nurse Call Systems.

TAS also works in the field of Assisted Toilet Alarms, Loop Inductance Systems and Access Control Systems and our staff offer quality and reliable service you can count on. In addition, our friendly and professional staff are here to answer any questions you may have about our company or our services.

Whether you need TAS to Design, Supply, Install, or Commission your system, we have what you need at prices you can afford. At Technical Alarm Systems Limited, our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest calibre.

Browse our Web site for more information about Technical Alarm Systems Limited. If you have any questions or would like to speak with a Technical Alarm Systems Limited representative regarding our products or services, please e-mail us at contact@technicalalarmsystems.co.uk or call us on 0845 389 9449.

At Technical Alarm Systems Limited, the customer always comes first.
 

Fire Alarm Systems

Fire alarm systems are one of our­ highest selling products. We offer a fully comprehensive range of systems, so we will easily be able to meet even the most demanding requirements.

Fire alarm systems are a strongly recommended commodity - we believe no premises should be without the safety a fire alarm offers. Listed below are the different types of alarm systems available. Please feel free to discuss your needs with one of our trained specialist advisers.

Fire Extinquishers

Fire extinguishers are an intrinsic part of any business premises. There are different types of extinguisher for different types of fire and it is very important that the correct extinguisher is used. Below is a list of extinguishers and what type of fire they are to be used on:

Water – Used for wood, cloth, paper, plastics, coal and fires involving solids. This type of extinguisher works by cooling burning material. NOT FOR USE ON ELECTRICAL FIRES.

Foam – Used for wood, cloth, paper, plastics, coal and fires involving solids, liquids such as grease, fats, oil, paint or petrol. Dry Powder – Used for liquids such as grease, fats, oil, paint and petrol.
CO2 – Used for liquids such as grease, fats, oil paint and petrol.
Extinguishant Systems – Fixed systems designed for specific areas such as computer rooms or special equipment.
Fire Blankets – For fires involving both solids and liquids.

Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting is designed to come on when the power goes down in a building. These lights are essential to the safety of people during a power outage, when normal lighting fails. Emergency lighting must comply with the Code of Practise for the emergency lighting of premises: this outlines where lights should be positioned, minimum height and glare levels.

UPS

UPS stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply, a device which maintains a continuous supply of electricity to connected equipment by supplying power from a separate source when there is a power outage.
There are two different types of UPS device: off-line UPS and on-line UPS.

  • An off-line UPS remains idle until a power failure occurs, and then switches from utility power to its own power source
  • An on-line UPS continuously powers the protected load from its batteries, while simultaneously replenishing the reserves from the AC power.
     

DDA

With the Disability Discrimination Act in force it is essential that all relevant businesses ensure they are complying with the regulations. The required 'reasonable adjustments' to service providers’ premises (affecting companies offering goods, facilities or services) include the provision of auxiliary aids to help a person with hearing difficulties, and other means to supply the needs of people with disabilities.

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