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FireAngel helping to prepare for latest EN 50291-2:2018 standard.

FireAngel is supporting electrical contractors in achieving the highest levels of CO protection with its new range of battery powered CO alarms, which comply with the latest EN 50291-2:2018 standard. Featuring 10 year sealed for life lithium batteries and supplied with five year warranty, the FireAngel FA3328 and FA3820 battery powered CO alarms contain electrochemical […]

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FireAngel supports Gas Safety Week 2022

FireAngel is supporting this year’s Gas Safety Week. Held between 12th – 18th September, Gas Safety Week will raise awareness of the dangers of CO poisoning and the importance of achieving the highest standards of safety. This year has seen significant changes regarding CO protection, including amendments to the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) […]

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FireAngel supports proposed amendments to Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm regulations

FireAngel is backing the government’s response regarding the findings of its Domestic smoke and carbon monoxide alarm consultation. Aiming to achieve greater consistency with regard to the level of protection provided throughout rental properties, the amendments to the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015 and Approved Document J will now also include socially […]

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FireAngel launches new Specification range

FireAngel Safety Technology Limited is continuing to position itself at the forefront of the industry’s connected home developments with the launch of its new Specification range. Designed to provide smarter control to smoke, heat and carbon monoxide detection, this innovative, cost effective system now features Smart RF technology. It provides greater flexibility to future-proof properties […]

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Students get carbon monoxide advice in housing search

A recent survey carried out among Warwick University students searching for new rented accommodation has highlighted a lack of awareness of symptoms that could be a sign of potentially fatal carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. The survey was carried out by local home safety products specialist, Sprue Safety Products, at the University’s annual Housing Day, where […]

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