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PROJECT LOCATION: Upper Dicker, Near Hailsham, East Sussex
PROJECT SIZE: Approximately 90 detection devices with approximately 30 sounders.
MARKET SECTOR: Heritage
SYSTEM TYPE: Wireless
PROTOCOL: Argus Vega
CONTROL EQUIPMENT: Two Loop Advanced Panel with 5 Translator Modules and 3 Expander Modules
Parts of Michelham Priory house date back to 1229. As a heritage site open to the public it was very important that any impact on the building, both structurally and visually, was kept to a minimum whilst still providing the high level of protection required. The wireless system provided the perfect solution for us. The installation team worked with us to ensure the new system met our needs and we have been very happy with it since the installation. – Jonathan Creasey, Site Operations Manager.
Michelham Priory is a family friendly museum with Grade I & II listed buildings, administered by the Sussex Archaeological Society. The main house required a Fire Alarm System that provided comprehensive coverage, yet had minimal structural impact on the building during the installation and once installed, fit well aesthetically with the building itself.
REASONING FOR WIRELESS USE:
We chose Hyfire as the ideal system for this installation due to it being for a building with a complex structure within a heritage site. The decision to use wireless was made as it was key to keep any cabling to a minimum and have a system that was aesthetically pleasing to the museum’s many visitors each year. It also meant we could carry out the installation over a greatly reduced time, meaning disruption to visitors during the installation was negligible.
– John Fletcher (Surveyor, Fire Action Ltd)
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