631Security.com offers quality products and services to ensure your fire system operates correctly and meets current fire codes. Quarterly tests and scheduled inspections are necessary to comply with fire code as well as many insurance policy requirements. 631Security.com uses conventional as well as addressable fire systems to meet our customer needs, and uses only the best peripheral sensors and a/v devices.
Don't trust your building's required fire or sprinkler monitoring system to an out-of-town or "mega" security company. As a locally owned and operated Long Island based company, we stress the importance of quality service, responsiveness and technical knowledge. Your system is not "just a number" to our staff, but instead you are a neighbor. Call us for more information!
Design & Installation Methods
When you partner with 631Security.com, you benefit
from over two decades of
Fire Alarm System
design experience and the
best equipment available.
Our installations are done
standardization, and kept
strictly to code. We work
closely with the fire
Marshal on all Fire Alarm
Installations, in order to
insure that the system will
be pass inspection.
Our Fire Alarm systems last longer and are more reliable. When it comes to Life Safety and a fire alarm system installation, Human life is involved. So, it makes sense to cover your ethical and liability obligations and make sure your Fire Alarm system is installed by an expert.
Fire Alarm System Equipment
We put a great deal of
research into the Fire
Safety equipment we choose
to adopt. Here are the
primary devices used for
Detection, Notification and
Control in each of our fire
alarm system installations:
Heat / Smoke Detector – These devices detect the signs of a fire, in the forms of smoke or heat. If a fire is detected, the device will signal the control panel.
Pull Station – People are usually quick to notice a fire, and pull stations allow for a mass notification in that event.
Fire Wire – Special wire is used with Fire Systems. On this wire, the coating is quick to melt, which causes the conductors to touch. This shorts the system, and a signal is detected.
Siren Strobe – In the event of a fire, it is very important to notify everyone. A Siren Strobe sends visual and auditory cues of the impending danger.
Control Panel – All detection devices send signals to the control panel, which sends signals to the Fire Department and the notification devices.
Much scrutiny goes into the equipment we choose to install, it must be durable, long lasting and the technology must be up to date.
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