Detection Systems in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas

Detection systems play an integral role in the prevention of fire-related emergencies. Common types of detectors include the thermo couple and the electro-pneumatic, both of which are temperature sensitive and react to any changes in its surroundings. An alarm signal is then triggered once the temperature has exceeded a set threshold.

We at American Defense Systems Fire Alarm utilize high quality detection devices, such as the 1151 and 2151 System Sensors. Both models offer superior performance in detecting temperature changes and have been recognized as reliable detection devices by industry standards. They also pass the strictest standards set by UL 268 and ULL, and feature a profile of just 1.66”or 42mm.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

We also make use of the BG-12 Series of carbon monoxide detectors to detect traces of any this toxic gas in the air. Carbon monoxide (CO) is dangerous in that it is a colorless and odorless compound that can be lethal in high concentrations. This is why it is necessary to install the proper detection systems to avoid any accidents or possible loss of life.

The BG-12 Series uses an innovative yet simple design, which allows for easy mounting installation while providing durability and stability. It can easily detect high levels of CO in the air and alert everyone in the vicinity, giving them ample time to ventilate the area or relocate to a safer area.

Please be advised that CO detectors should not be substituted for smoke detectors and vice versa. However, there are certain models that can detect both smoke and carbon monoxide. This is especially useful since CO detectors can alert people of any faulty fuel burning devices when there is incomplete combustion involved during the burning process.

Homeowners can also benefit from such devices since CO can build up in blocked chimneys, space heaters or running a car inside a closed garage. Being able to detect toxic gases in the area before it can accumulate can save your life, as well as those living with you.

If you experience any symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, vomiting or headaches, then you may be experiencing CO poisoning. This can lead to suffocation or other serious health risks if left unaddressed. In cases such as this, it’s best to evacuate the area and call an emergency number.

Looking for a company that can install carbon monoxide detectors in your home or your office? ADS Fire Alarm has years of experience when it comes to the installation, maintenance and repair of all types of detection systems in the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas area. For more information, please visit our Contact Us page or call us at 469-203-4347.

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