Kentec Electronics appoints Mike Estall as senior specification development manager


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Mike Estall joins Kentec Electronics

Kentec Electronics, a manufacturer of life safety solutions, has appointed Mike Estall as Senior Specification Development Manager, as reported by Kentec.

Mike Estall has over 25 years of experience in building solutions, fire systems, and integration with other building platforms.

He will be sharing his knowledge through a series of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for Kentec customers and partners.

The first session will be delivered at the NAHFO conference in June.

Extensive industry experience

Prior to joining Kentec, Estall worked as the Director of Fire Engineering at the TenBroeke Engineering Company and Specification Development Director at BBC Fire — Marlow Fire & Security.

His extensive experience includes designing fire alarm and safety systems, developing detailed site surveys, writing comprehensive specifications in line with UK standards, and conducting fire risk assessments.

He is also a member of the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) and the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM).

Kentec Electronics’ expectations

Derrick Hall, Director of Sales & Marketing at Kentec Electronics, expressed his anticipation of Estall’s contributions: “Mike’s appointment comes at a time of increased complexity within the industry, so his insights will be invaluable to our specifiers, consultants, partners and end-users.”

Estall shared his enthusiasm for his new role: “I am delighted to be joining Kentec Electronics at a key point in its growth, to share my knowledge of fire safety and Current British Standards with consultants and end-users who are using Kentec Electronic Solutions.”

Upcoming CPD session at NAHFO conference

Estall will be delivering a CPD session on BS7273-4 at the NAHFO conference from June 3-5.

This session is part of Kentec’s initiative to enhance industry knowledge and compliance with fire safety standards.

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