Chain Bridge Honey Farm fortifies its fire safety with LogiFire solution

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Upgrade in fire safety system at a prominent honey farm

Chain Bridge Honey Farm, recognised for its honey production and visitor experience, has enhanced its fire safety systems with the installation of Comelit-PACs LogiFire solution.

Nestled in the scenic countryside of Horncliffe, the farm has been a thriving family enterprise since William Selby Robson, a beekeeping advisor, established it in 1948.

Today, the farm comprises three honey houses, over 2,000 hives, and a visitor centre.

LogiFire system fortifies fire safety

Aiming to bolster fire safety measures primarily in the Farm’s Visitor Centre, the farm’s team collaborated with local experts, SPARC Fire and Security.

The latter was brought onboard to design and install a compliant fire safety system.

Relying on previous experiences, SPARC Fire and Security recommended the LogiFire system, renowned for its self-addressing solution and ability to integrate cloud-based monitoring and management.

Frances Robson of Chain Bridge Honey Farm said: “Our farm draws thousands of visitors annually. We needed to ensure the safety and security of our visitor centre and our observation hive, a key attraction.”

She added : “SPARC Fire and Security worked closely with us to upgrade our existing fire safety system. They suggested LogiFire for its customised capabilities and cutting-edge features, ensuring we are compliant with the latest regulations.”

LogiFire system assures safety at Chain Bridge Honey Farm

The LogiFire system, compliant with EN Approvals, is paired with a series of detectors, blending effortlessly with the surroundings.

Andrew Harris, Director at Sparc Fire and Security, commented: “Chain Bridge Honey Farm needed to modernise their existing fire safety infrastructure to meet evolving safety regulations. They required a system that would provide early detection and reliable fire alarms.”

He also mentioned that LogiFire checked all the boxes, being a self-addressing, cloud-based system offering remote monitoring capabilities.

Mandy Bowden, Fire Manager at Comelit-PAC, said: “Chain Bridge Honey Farm illustrates the true potential of LogiFire. The system can accommodate any site without compromising on compliance, style, or capabilities.

“It allows the farm to concentrate on its core operations of producing high-quality honey products, safe in the knowledge that its premises and visitors are protected by a state-of-the-art fire safety system.”

IFSJ Comment

The upgrade of Chain Bridge Honey Farm’s fire safety systems underscores the importance of incorporating advanced technologies such as cloud-based systems like LogiFire, that enable remote monitoring and management, in mitigating fire risks and ensuring compliance.

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