Press release

03 February 2015

30 James Street, Liverpool’s magnificent new Titanic-themed hotel, is being protected by one of C-TEC’s state-of-the-art ZFP touchscreen controlled addressable fire alarm panels.

With 64 cabin-style bedrooms, a spa pool, wedding suite and champagne bar/restaurant, all inspired by the legendary tale of the doomed ship, the luxurious hotel has been cleverly designed to recreate the magic of the block-busting film.

Providing the building with complete protection is a ZFP touchscreen controlled fire panel programmed and commissioned by SPL Fire Safety, the Cheshire-based consultancy that oversaw the project. The ZFP’s brightly-lit touchscreen interface displays all system information and, in the event of fire, will indicate its exact location. One of the C-TEC’s SigTEL disabled refuge systems has also been installed. In an emergency, the system will provide two-way communication between disabled people waiting in the hotel’s ‘refuge’ areas and rescue teams.

David Lenagan of SPL Fire Safety said: “30 James Street – home of the Titanic – is one of Liverpool’s most exciting new tourist spots and we were delighted to secure the project. The iconic Grade II listed building required a bespoke fire alarm system and we had no hesitation in utilising C-TEC’s new ZFP panel. C-TEC’s sales and technical support was also a key factor as the company provides excellent backup and after sales services.”

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