Stand Alone Detection Devices; intended to provide early warning to occupants in a building during the early stages of a fire. Allowing them to evacuate before the escape route becomes unsafe due to the effects of smoke and heat. Stand Alone Detection Devices are popular worldwide and proved to be a highly cost-effective means to reduce losses from fire. The installation of standalone battery-powered fire detectors is straightforward. Owners can perform their own tests, and no special maintenance skills required.

The Fire Services Department encourages residents to install SDD in their homes. To improve building fire safety and protect lives and property in the event of a fire.

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