Nittan fire detection system protects historic steam mill in Slovakia

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Espat/Maxit Contracting has recently installed a Nittan Fire Detection System in a former steam mill building in Dolné Saliby, Slovakia, which was restored and preserved by the Trnava self-governing region.

The 100-year-old building is a crucial monument in the village and is now managed by the Heritage Museum in Galant, featuring an exhibition on the history of steam mills in the region and a depository for some of the museum’s collection of historic items.

The Nittan Evolution Series Detectors were primarily used for this project, including the Nittan EV-PYS Optical Detectors that come with a fully integrated sounder instead of a separate sounder base. These detectors are installed throughout the steam mill building to protect it from fire.

The sensor of the detector also drives and controls the EV-PYSVAD beacon base, and the entire Smoke/Sounder/Beacon assembly takes only one address for maximum system efficiency.

The installation of the Nittan Fire Detection System was conducted by Espat/Maxit Contracting. The systems is designed to provide quick and simple installation, saving time and money while remaining competitively priced. Additionally, it features a low profile and unobtrusive appearance.

For more information on the Nittan Fire Detection System and its installation, interested parties can contact Nittan by phone at 01483 769 555 or by email at [email protected].

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