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A data centre is a building, or a dedicated area within a building, or a group of buildings that are used to house computer systems and associated components such as telecommunications and storage systems. IT operations are crucial to business continuity. Therefore, data centres usually include redundant or backup components and infrastructure for power supply, […]

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FyreLine is Eurofyre’s own linear heat detection system. It is available in both analogue or digital variations and provides reliable and cost-effective heat detection for most commercial applications. FyreLine Digital is a fixed temperature linear heat detection system available at rated temperatures of 68°C, 88°C, 105°C or 185°C. A FyreLine Digital heat detection system can […]

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The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, more commonly known as The National Trust, is an independent charity and membership organisation for environmental and heritage conservation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The trust was founded in 1985 and now looks after more than 500 places of historic interest or natural […]

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Photovoltaic solar panels absorb sunlight as a source of energy to generate electricity. Solar panels are used in commercial and residential applications to provide a source of carbon-free, renewable energy. The use of solar energy is becoming increasingly popular and solar power systems now range from small residential outfits, that combine a handful of panels […]

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The term “animal housing facility” refers to any housing facility where animals are kept for any purpose, including barns, stables, kennels, animal shelters, veterinary facilities, zoos, laboratories and racetracks. The welfare of the animals kept in the facilities is important and, as such, a suitable fire alarm must be present to protect them from fire. […]

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