Fire Detectors

Fire Detectors in Tucson, Vail, and Oro Valley, AZ

Fire safety is a fundamental requirement for every organization of every industry; whether it is a fitness center, retail shop, or daycare centers. Even community service centers like Party halls or churches are also abided by some kind of fire safety standards. Why wouldn't it be when so many lives and thousands of dollars worth of properties will be at stake?

That is why installing a proper fire detection system is so important. Fire detection means everything from components—sensors, initiating devices, annunciators, and control panels—to integrated systems. Fire safety begins with fire detection.

Connect Security is a leader in providing the best fire detectors and fire alarm systems to both homes and businesses in Tucson, Vail, Oro Valley, Wilcox, and other greater Tucson areas. We design, install, maintain, monitor, replace, repair all kinds of fire detectors and also give free consultation and estimates.

So if you are looking for the highest quality and state-of-the-art fire detectors and an experienced, trained, professional, full-time security service provider, call us today at 520-317-6465.

Different Types of Fire Detectors Available For Vail

There are a number of different types of detectors available, including smoke, flame, heat, and gas detectors.

Smoke Detector

Smoke Detector

A smoke detector is a device that senses smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial security devices issue a signal to a fire alarm control panel as part of a fire alarm system. Smoke is commonly detected either optically (photoelectric) or by physical process (ionization); detectors may use either, or both, methods.

Flame Detector

Flame Detector

Flame detectors protect areas where anticipated fires will develop quickly, with little or no incipient or smoldering stages, or where ignition is almost instantaneous (i.e., flammable liquids and combustible gas fires, explosions, and flash fires). A flame detector optically senses radiation given off by flames or glowing embers.

Types of flame detectors include:

  • Infrared (IR) Flame Detectors
  • Ultraviolet (UV) Light Detectors
  • Combination Flame Detectors
  • Spark Detectors
Heat Detectorsg

Heat Detectors

Heat detectors respond to the thermal energy of fire. They are generally located at or near the ceiling of a building and are best suited for fire detection in small confined spaces were rapidly growing, high-heat output fires may be expected.

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Gas Detectors

Gas detectors operate by sensing gases produced by a fire. The presence of certain gases, or aerosols, causes a reduction in the surface resistance of the sensor, resulting in an increased current flow that is used to trigger an alarm.

Gases commonly detected include:

  • oxygen (O2)
  • flammable gases or vapors (LEL)
  • hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
  • carbon monoxide (CO).

Why Choose Connect Security Fire Detector Service in Tucson, Vail, and Oro Valley

  • Licensed, insured, a local professional full-service security company.
  • All kinds of fire safety services under one roof.
  • 24/7 emergency response and monitoring service in all over Southern Arizona
  • Certified and trained technicians
  • Products and services of the highest brands (such as Alarm.com, Ring Doorbell, and others)
  • Also, offer home security and home automation services.

To learn more about our services and fire detection packages call us today at 520-317-6465 or contact online. Our staff will be more than happy to help you with any requirements.

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Capital Connect is fantastic! Sean from Capital Connect set up their alarm system for my office yesterday and was very impressed with his skill and professionalism. He took the time to show me how to view and utilize the website so I could manage my account online at any time. Very user-friendly system. I highly recommend Capital Connect to anyone looking to protect their business or home.

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