Fire Alarms Procurement in the US
This report is intended to assist buyers of fire alarms. Fire alarms are noisemaking, computer-monitored products designed to alert people to fire hazards. Fire alarms operate as part of a fire alarm system that consists of the fire alarm itself, a control panel and triggering devices. When triggered, fire alarms use a siren, voice alert or strobe light to warn those around them. This report excludes other fire prevention equipment, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, flame detectors and control panels. Common buyers include construction firms and building operators. Common suppliers include safety and security product manufacturers and distributors.