2 Hunter Road, Duchess Industrial Estate
Rutherglen, Glasgow, G73 1LB
t: 0141 647 2121 e: info@m-s-fireprotection.co.uk

Fire Detection

At M&S Fire Protection Ltd, we are able to offer new and existing clients a full range of expertise in the Design, Installation, Commissioning & Servicing, all to the appropriate BS requirements of :-

  • Fire Detection Systems Conventional & Analogue Addressable.
  • Emergency Lighting.
  • Call Systems.
  • Security Lighting.
  • CCTV.
  • Door Entry Systems.
  • Access Control.


It is essential that the system is subject to periodic inspection and servicing so that unrevealed faults are identified, preventive measures can be taken to ensure the continued reliability of the system, false alarm problems are identified and suitably addressed, and that the user is made aware of any changes to the building that affect the protection afforded by the system. Periodic inspection and servicing needs to be carried out by a competent person with specialist knowledge of fire detection and alarm systems, including knowledge of the causes of false alarms, sufficient information regarding the system, and adequate to spares. This will normally be an outside fire alarm servicing organisation: care needs to be taken to ensure that, if for example, in-house employees are used for this task, they have the equivalent competence to the technicians of a typical fire alarm servicing organisation. Competence of a fire alarm servicing organisation can be assured by the use of organisations that third-party certificated, by a UKAS-certificated certification body, to carry out inspection and servicing of fire alarm systems.

Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting provides the lighting required for the use when the supply to the normal lighting fails to enable the safe exit from the building. In the event of mains failure, the luminaries provide instant lighting for a minimum of three hours

Emergency Lighting

A range of emergency luminaries in compliance to BSEN 60598-1, BSEN 4533-10, BSEN 60924 and suitable to be used in BS5266 system. Typically, testing would include:

  • A daily visual check of any central controls
  • A monthly function test be operating the test facility for a period sufficient to ensure that each emergency lamp illuminates and
  • An annual full discharge test

Contact us for further information or to arrange a free quotation.