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09 September 2014
Security Essen, the world’s largest fire and security show, being held in Germany from 23rd to 26th September, is the latest trade show to feature new aspiration detection technologies from Honeywell.
The FAAST portfolio, including a preview of the new high sensitivity four-inlet XT device, will be showcased at the Honeywell Booth 211 in Hall 3. Amongst the activities will be live demonstrations of FAAST achieving false alarm immunity in industrial conditions and hands-on FAAST LT and Pipe IQ design sessions.
Frank Dam, Honeywell Sales Manager, has been announced as one of the keynote speakers in the Security Forum on 25 September in Hall 7 from 14:00. He will outline the importance of next generation detection in challenging environments.
Frank Dam said: “FAAST offers class-leading leading levels of false alarm immunity, extensive coverage and integrated communications and is being specified in an increasingly wide range of applications. Security Essen provides a great opportunity to communicate new product developments and to outline how the latest technologies can overcome some of the most challenging environmental conditions and provide increased levels of protection.”
Gintare Budriunaite, Honeywell’s Marketing Manager for speciality fire detection products, added: “The market for aspiration detection is changing. Once the remit of clean rooms and data centres, it is now becoming the technology of choice for industrial locations, airports, warehouses, shopping developments and even power generation and nuclear facilities.
"This is thanks to sophisticated filtration and optics technologies which deliver high sensitivity detection with the highest levels of false alarm immunity, opening the door to many other applications where smoke detection was difficult or impossible. We are looking forward to showcasing the extended FAAST portfolio at the largest trade show in the fire and security calendar.”
FAAST is part of the Honeywell booth which will be featuring the latest innovations in fire alarm, management and notification systems as well as access control, intruder detection, video surveillance and integrated security solutions on more than 1,200 m².
For more details and to register for the show go to the Security Essen website.