Advanced recognised by BSI for decade of standards excellence in fire systems sector

Global fire safety systems developer Advanced has received an award from BSI, the business standards company, in recognition of ten years of standards excellence in the field of fire systems.

The award recognises Advanced’s role in driving higher standards in the fire industry and its ongoing role in relevant fire standards committees. For example, Advanced was one of the first to adopt EN54-13, the European standard that ensures optimal fire system performance at all times through rigorous third party testing.

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Dave Wilson, who’s responsible for standards and compliance at Advanced, commented: “Our ethos is that our products set the standard in fire systems. We work closely with quality, standards and industry bodies around the world to ensure we remain at the forefront of the market. We’ve worked very closely with BSI for many years now, and it’s a real pleasure to receive this award for our work and the partnership we’ve developed in terms of fire systems and BSI Kitemark-licensed product approvals.”

As a business, Advanced designs intelligent fire systems approved to key international, regional and local standards including UL 864 and EN54. Its products are used in prestigious and challenging locations all over the world, from single panel installations through to large multi-site networks.

Advanced’s products include complete fire detection systems, multi-protocol fire panels, extinguishing control and fire paging systems.

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