Sonitrol Fire Detection, Protection, and Monitoring

Protecting your business against damage and loss from fire is an essential part of any security plan.

Installing, inspecting, and maintaining the correct fire detection equipment to provide full coverage at your facility helps keep your building protected and your team safe.

Is Your Facilty Complete Protected?

Sonitrol offers comprehensive solutions to protect your business that can be easily integrated with your existing Sonitrol intrusionvideo, and access control systems.

Schools, distribution centers, and multi-tenant office buildings all have different fire protection requirements, and Sonitrol is able to equip your facility with complete coverage. Our team of Security Consultants is ready to design a fire detection system that meets the specific needs of your industry. Sonitrol’s broad suite of services includes:

  • Smoke & Heat Protection
  • Waterflow & Sprinkler Monitoring
  • Temperature Monitoring
  • Elevator Recall
  • Voice Evacuation System
  • Duct Detection
  • System Inspections

Having the right equipment is only one part of a complete protection package; you need the right people in place to monitor your system. Our 24-hour Central Station is on the job to interpret alarm signals and promptly dispatch the appropriate emergency response team to your facility.

Common Internal Fire Threats
While Sonitrol is outfitting your facility with a complete fire detection system, take the time to train your team on simple fire prevention measures. We’ve outlined below two of the most common fire-related ‘internal threats’ we see this time of year and steps to prevent damage, injury, and loss.

Bringing in leftovers from holiday feasts can be a great lunchtime treat, but reheating those tasty meals can cause damage if not done properly. Do not leave microwaves, ovens, and stoves unattended while in use; this simple fire protection tip can prevent false alarms from burnt food and can prevent costly fire-related damage at your facility.

Space heaters and other portable heating equipment are potential fire hazards, especially during this time of year. If your employees us these devices, keep all objects at least three feet away from heaters and do not use them without supervision. Never use portable heating units with a power strip or extension cord – always plug directly into a secure wall outlet.

Give our team a call at 317-261-2600 or fill out the online contact form to review your current system or design a plan that provides complete protection for your facility.