Most fires at home start accidentally and the effects can be devastating.Smoke alarms will warn you of a possible fire day or night and allow you to evacuate in time, allowing you to quickly check the nature of the problem and hopefully prevent any damage. When placed in the correct location, smoke alarms can also help firefighters quickly locate a fire in a home, allowing them to better focus.
What do smoke alarms measure?
Smoke alarms determine whether a fire occurs by detecting smoke particles in the air. In addition, fires are often accompanied by many mixed gases such as carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Therefore, smoke alarms can also be used to indirectly measure carbon monoxide.
Why choose us?
Ionizing Sensors: Our smoke alarms feature ionizing sensors, when smoke enters the chamber and the level of ions in the air changes, the current drops and the alarm sounds. Different from photoelectric sensors, photoelectric sensors rely more on light. When there is no light at night, even if there is a fire, it may not be able to issue an alarm at the first time. Therefore, ionization sensors are more safe and reliable.
120-volt AC inter-connectable: The alarm can be interconnected with up to 12 other compatible smoke alarms and six compatible devices like bells, horns, repeaters and door closers. If one unit triggers an alarm, all smoke alarms in the series will sound. Power indicators show which unit in the series initiated the alarm.
10-Year Warranty: We offer a 60-day money-back and 10-year warranty with a 24-hour response time. Even if the product fails in the 9th year, we can replace it for free.