Staff members at Firetrace Ltd have again pulled out their Christmas jumpers from the festive clothing archive to support and raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice.

Woolly Pully Week is an annual festive fundraiser for St Elizabeth Hospice. The event sees many organisations such as businesses, schools and local groups come together to support the charity by simply wearing Christmas jumpers for the week and donating £2 to the hospice to take part.

In December 2017 the world’s busiest airport Atlanta suffered a weekend power outage brought about by a fire in an underground service tunnel.

Historically, in the UK bus and coaches were not required to have fire suppression systems fitted. It was at the discretion of the coach operators whether such systems were installed on their vehicles. This changed in July when an amendment of the European UNECE Regulation 107 became mandatory.

Firetrace Ltd was proud to achieve LPCB accreditation in 2017 for its direct low pressure NOVEC 1230 system.

Firetrace’s inhouse engineering and manufacturing team have been busy over the past few months developing and testing new products and systems. Some of these have already been implemented and others will be launched later this year.

 

The UK is the windiest country in Europe and the growth in offshore and inshore wind turbine capacity has seen wind power delivering a growing percentage of the energy of the country.