TAG: Firetrace

  • "This is a job really well done" - Firetrace Complete Fume Cupboard Installation Project

    Fume Cabinets

    The success of any Firetrace automatic fire suppression system installation is measured not only by its effectiveness but also by customer satisfaction. Firetrace's team of skilled and knowledgeable engineers consistently exceed expectations, earning praise from satisfied customers.

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  • Coming To A Trade Show Near You

    Over the next six months members of the Firetrace team will be popping up at events across the country. 

  • Exciting new things are coming!

     

    On Friday 4th May Firetrace Ltd held an exciting toolbox talk to discuss further developments and new products within our portfolio. Over 30 members of the team attended the event at our Ipswich premises from all departments including installation, servicing and manufacturing.

  • Fire Protection for Airports

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

  • Fire Suppressed At University In South West

    In August 2021, Firetrace Ltd were contacted due to a Firetrace system discharging at a University in the South West, UK.

  • Firetrace and The 52 Express Project Update

     Over the last few years we have been privileged to be involved with the 52 Express project. The objective of the project is to bring the Motorcycle World Land Speed Record to the UK.

  • Firetrace Return From MACH 2018

    Ipswich based manufacturer Firetrace Ltd positively speaks upon their return from the 2018 MACH exhibition at Birmingham NEC. With a dedicated stand to automatic fire suppression systems, Firetrace also showcased their systems live on various machinery on STAR Micronics GB Stand.

  • Firetrace Returns to Mach 2018 To Showcase Its Cutting Edge Fire Suppression Systems

    The Firetrace team are excited to be attending MACH 2018 exhibition from 9th-13th April at the NEC in Birmingham.

  • Firetrace to Exhibit at BIBA (2019)

    Logo of BIBA (2019) with Firetrace's stand number

    Firetrace will be exhibiting for the first time at BIBA 2019. 

  • IOSH Food and Drink 2019.

    As in previous years , we exhibited at The Food and Drink Manufacturing Health and Safety Conference organised by IOSH the global organisation for health and safety professionals. The event was held over two days in Broughton, Scunthorpe and two members of the Firetrace team attended.

  • New Fire Requirements for Coaches and Buses

    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.

  • Protecting Data Centres

    The UK data centre market is the largest in Europe, worth over £70bn pa to the economy.

  • Reasons to Install an Automatic Fire Suppression System

     

    Fires are a leading cause of industrial disasters. A fire in the workplace can result in major damage to buildings, disruption to day-to-day operations and risk to human life. Fitting a fire suppression system is therefore essential and there are many to choose from.

  • SMAS Contractor Registration Approved 2020

    Firetrace Ltd are pleased to announce that they have been awarded a Worksafe Contractor Membership Certificate in a Contractor position by Safety Management Advisory Services Limited (SMAS).

  • Stop Press - New System Developments

    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 Original Fire Suppression Company At Firex 2019

    From 18th-20th June 2019, Firetrace Ltd will be exhibiting at Firex International, the leading event for the fire protection and detection industry. With over thousands of fire safety professionals from around the world, it is the place for learning about the future of the industry. 

  • Tim Melton - A Tragic Loss

    Dear Firetrace friend,

    It is with deep sadness that we inform you Tim Melton was tragically taken from us on Wednesday 16th February 2022.

  • UKCA - Firetrace Ltd

    All aspects of the Firetrace business are covered by the UKCA quality management system including design, manufacturing, installation & servicing.

  • USHA Estates Seminar 2018

    For the second year, we looking forward to attending the USHA Estates Seminar next week in Nottingham. University Safety and Health Association (USHA) promotes safety and well-being in higher education. Membership is open to higher education organisations from the UK and abroad.