Hyfire Strengthens UK sales team with Gemma Hand appointment

Global wireless fire detection and alarm devices leader, Hyfire has appointed Gemma Hand as Field Sales Manager (South East), responsible for overseeing the rapid growth of the business in the crucial South East of England region, which includes London.  Gemma,…

Hyfire unveils express delivery pledge for all wireless fire devices

Despite the global supply chain crisis and the ensuing shortage of electronics components, wireless fire device leader Hyfire has pledged to fulfil all customer orders within one to two days, including smoke detectors, call points and other devices from its…

Hyfire’s Taurus takes wireless to the next level

Wireless fire systems leader Hyfire is revolutionising the fire industry with Taurus, a completely new range of high-performance wireless detection, control and alarm devices, based on a new protocol that offers unprecedented capabilities, quality and reliability. Combining unrivalled performance with…

Hyfire appoints Tom Crane as Business Unit Director

Global wireless fire-detection and alarm devices leader, Hyfire, a Halma plc company, has appointed Tom Crane as Business Unit Director, responsible for overseeing future growth of the business and managing its nationwide sales team in the UK and Ireland. Tom,…

Notting Hill Genesis choose Hyfire wireless devices for fire system renewals

Leading wireless fire detection and alarms manufacturer Hyfire has supplied over 550 cutting-edge detectors and other devices to ABCA Systems for installation in social housing developments across London, protecting the residents of five landmark tower blocks. Notting Hill Genesis, one…

Hyfire’s EvacWireless offers a rapid and efficient solution to BS8629 requirements

With high-rise residential building owners and managers under pressure to be ready for the new BS8629 evacuation-control regulations, global wireless fire-detection and alarm devices leader Hyfire has launched EvacWireless, offering rapid installation, simplified maintenance and minimal installation disruption. The British…

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