Unified Technology Solutions,
71 Amien Street,
T 353 1 8647400
F 353 1 8647401
Our fire panels and systems are known all over the world for their leading performance, flexibility and ease of installation and use. We hold global approvals including EN54 and UL 864 and offer the leading multiprotocol panel-only system available.
Unified Advanced Panels
The result of decades of fire alarm and detection experience and a research and development involving installers, specifiers, consultants and end users across the world.
MxPro 5 has been designed to offer more power and performance in a user-friendly enclosure. It packs more configuration, display, status and control options into its interface as standard than any other Advanced fire panel, which means less time and expense customising a system with peripherals.
Axis AX’s loop device range is high performance, easily installed and maintained and offers a range of features and benefits suitable for almost any configuration.
Unified offers a complete line of industrial, commercial and for home use fire extinguishers. Our goal is to provide our customers with quality product at a great value. Extinguishers are made from heavy duty materials and components typically found in the higher priced units from many manufacturers.
A fire extinguisher is a storage container for an agent like water or chemicals. They can be labelled with classes A, B, C or D. Always ensure that you use the right extinguisher for the appropriate type of fire.
Ordinary Combustibles – Fires started with paper, wood, drapes and upholstery require a Class A type extinguisher.
Flammable and Combustible Liquids – Fires originating from fuel oil, gasoline, paint, grease in a frying pan, solvents and other flammable liquids require a Class B type extinguisher.
Electrical Equipment – Fires started with wiring, overheated fuse boxes, conductors, and other electrical sources require a Class C type extinguisher.
Metals – Certain metals such as magnesium and sodium require a special dry powder Class D type extinguisher.
There are numerous types and sizes of fire extinguishers, below you can find links to each category available in our range.
Whether you already have a testing and maintenance programme in place or are starting from scratch, we are able to help you fulfill your safety obligations by providing a reliable and cost effective testing service for your Fire Alarm System. Insurance companies are now demanding that periodic testing be carried out on important life saving safety systems. Poor maintenance can lead to the failure of these systems with catastrophic consequences. It is the responsibility of all employers to ensure that these systems are suitably maintained and checked to ensure they are safe and compliant. All fire alarms and detection systems should now be installed, tested and inspected in accordance with I.S. 3218:2009.
By putting your Fire Alarm System through a series of tests, we can ensure that all devices are functioning properly and will alert all occupants in the event of a fire giving enough warning to save lives and limit damage to your property. Periodic inspections will identify any faults which can then be cleared. Fire Protection Ireland can carry out maintenance and remedial work on all types of manufactured Fire System in accordance with I.S. 3218:2009.
Regular testing will ensure that you meet the requirements of Fire Inspectors and your Insurance Carrier.
Insurance claims following a fire may be rejected if you do not have proof of complete annual inspections.
Following agreement of Contract, Fire Protection Ireland will carry out a full survey of your Fire Alarm System. We will complete a full device check throughout.
Over time, Smoke Detectors may become less sensitive or may become contaminated. Batteries in Control Panels will need to be changed and general faults can develop on the system. These faults may only be detected through periodic testing.
On completion of testing, we will issue a Certificate of Fire Alarm Test and report within 7 days of completion of test along with maintenance records, log book and requirements for in-house weekly, monthly and quarterly tests to be carried out. Faults and recommendations will be reported to you along with results of tests recorded in a Log Book. Customers will be notified of each quarterly test two weeks prior to commencement.
No remedial work will be carried out without prior agreement with you the customer.