Golf club get wireless fire safety upgrade after system failure

Working in partnership with Fire Action, Hyfire’s Taurus wireless fire devices have been installed at Crowborough Beacon Golf Club. Crowborough […] Read More

Nearly 2,000 wireless fire system devices installed in London apartment overhaul

A residential development near Canary Wharf now benefits from wireless fire protection including detectors, sounders and call points from Hyfire. Read More

Wireless fire protection installed to protect historic Timothy Taylor’s brewery

Timothy Taylor’s Brewery has had over 300 wireless fire devices installed as part of a significant upgrade to its fire safety system. Read More

Historic Cutlers’ Hall gets wireless fire protection

The home of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers, in the heart of the City of London, is now protected by wireless fire devices from Hyfire. Read More

Why advances in wireless technology should offer reassurance to high-rise dwellers

Why wireless fire devices could provide the fire safety answers building safety managers and their residents are looking for. Read More

Ramtech and Hyfire set to exhibit as Orama Group for first time at FIREX

Ramtech and Hyfire will both be exhibiting at FIREX 2023 at ExCeL London between 16-18 May as part of the Orama Group for the first time. Read More

HMS Victory uses wireless fire detection as part of £35m renovation project

As part of a £35 million project to conserve HMS Victory, Hyfire’s Taurus range has been installed to provide protection during works. Read More

How care homes can benefit from wireless fire safety technology

Tom Crane explains how wireless fire devices and solutions can improve the safety of care homes, residents and their staff. Read More

Wireless fire tech providers form ‘Orama Group’ collective partnership

Ramtech, Argus and Hyfire have announced the formation of a new ‘collective partnership’, to be called The Orama Group. Read More

Is wireless fire tech the answer that fire and building safety professionals are looking for?

With the fire industry facing unprecedented challenges, we hear how wireless technology could be the answer to many prayers. Read More

Curzon Place Tyneside apartments upgraded with wireless fire protection

A residential development close to the iconic Tyne Bridge is now protected by over 600 wireless devices from Hyfire. Read More

Over 2,000 Hyfire wireless devices installed in London high-rises

Four landmark London towers are now utilising Hyfire’s wireless fire protection devices, fitted in partnership with installers Gemini AMPM and FirstPort. Read More

Hyfire wireless devices used to safeguard fashion warehouse

Fashion retailer, Sock Snob, has selected Taurus wireless fire devices from Hyfire to protect its flagship warehouse in Leicestershire. Read More

Hyfire wireless systems replaces waking watch to protect London residents

Hyfire's Taurus wireless fire system has been installed in a London tower block currently awaiting the replacement of defective cladding. Read More

Hyfire wireless protection installed in historic Irish church

Hyfire wireless fire protection technology has been installed in a historic Irish church to preserve the building's structural interior. Read More

Housing association to save “£3m a year” after replacing Waking Watch with temporary fire system

1,400 wireless fire detection devices have been fitted in London residential properties, removing Waking Watch and saving £250,000 a month. Read More


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