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Hochiki Europe brings its unique range of specialist products to FIREX 2019

Hochiki Europe, the leading manufacturer of life safety systems, is returning to FIREX at ExCeL London to showcase its most recent technological advancements and discuss best practice when it comes to safety in specialist environments.

A comprehensive array of Hochiki Europe’s fire safety technology will be on display at this year’s event including its CDX Conventional and ESP Intelligent ranges. The manufacturer’s SIL approved products will also be on show, designed meet the demands of various hazardous environments, making them ideal for marine, transport and petrochemical applications.

A number of other Hochiki Europe innovations are also being showcased on stand: LEAKalarm, the company’s recently released moisture detection system is one solution making waves in the market. The product helps reduce the risk of costly downtime in organisations which rely heavily on electrical equipment using its extensive network of water detection probes and cables.

FIREscape+,  a combined fire detection and emergency lighting system, which offers revolutionary ‘wayfinding technology’ to ensure the safety of building occupants. At the same time, the technology is designed to be cost effective and suitable for a range of large environments, such as hospitals, schools and retail spaces.

[email protected], an analogue addressable life safety platform which is both easy to operate and install will be demonstrated at the event. Its modular system makes allocating, examining and solving any incidents easy with a combination of graphical images and intelligent system controls.

New to the market, [email protected], takes this technology one step further with real time updates and analytics, sending emergency SMS messages and emails to engineers, helping them visualise their projects. The new system will be initially previewed at Hochiki Europe’s stand.

Paul Adams, marketing manager, Hochiki Europe, commented: ‘‘The importance of life safety has never been more prevalent than in the wake of the incident at Notre-Dame – one of the world’s most iconic landmarks. While, thankfully, fire safety isn’t a regular feature in national headlines, here, at Hochiki Europe, it is an everyday priority. For this reason, we have dedicated ourselves over the past century to staying ahead of the curve when it comes to improving product design, investing in innovation and boosting our manufacturing capabilities.”

About Hochiki Europe

For 100 years Hochiki has led the way in the design and manufacturer of innovative life safety solutions. Its leading edge commercial and industrial fire detection and emergency lighting products have acquired global acceptance as the benchmark for high-integrity and long-term reliability.

With global group sales turnover exceeding £400m, Hochiki is a wholly independent, multinational, publicly listed company with over 1,500 employees working across five manufacturing plants, 32 sales offices and 18 subsidiaries.

Its ongoing commitment to manufacturing innovation ensures customer satisfaction and its production facilities in Japan, the USA and Europe offer international continuity in quality, service and supply.

Hochiki Europe is exhibiting at FIREX International 2019, Europe’s leading fire safety event, taking place 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London (stand FX840). Book your free ticket now.

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