Johnson Controls to show advanced fire protection at NFPA

Las Vegas, Nv

Johnson Controls will unveil a new lineup of fire detection and suppression products at the 2018 NFPA Expo, June 11-13 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

These industry-leading solutions have been designed to offer greater efficiency and effectiveness to help keep people and environments safe and protected. Amongst the products featured at the expo include systems for the fire detection and fire suppression markets. 

The Autocall fire detection systems feature some of the latest and most advanced technology available today. With a full range of control panels and the industry’s latest addressable technology, Autocall systems are flexible enough to meet the unique challenges of nearly any project.

The Simplex ES Net IP-Based Life Safety Network greatly increases the speed and ease at which fire detection and life safety systems communicate and operate. Harnessing the power of IP technology, it offers data rates up to 100MB per second and a range of network connection choices including ethernet, DSL and fibre.

The Detect 360 Area of Refuge Communications System provides a reliable and effective code-compliant solution that enables occupants to remain safe and stay informed while delivering information rescuers need to get occupants evacuated quickly.

In the fire suppression arena the Ansul Acoustic Nozzle, in combination with the Inergen clean-agent fire suppression system, is designed for use in server rooms and data centres where sound levels may affect sensitive hard disk drives. The Ansul Acoustic Nozzle recently received UL Verification for sound performance and the company will be presented with its award at the show.

UL will present a Verification award to Johnson Controls at 1:30 p.m. on June 12 at the UL booth #1531. UL and Johnson Controls representatives will be available for interviews following the ceremony.

“Johnson Controls is constantly developing new products and technologies for our customers in the fire protection industry,” said Bill Jackson, president, Global Products, Johnson Controls. “We are finding and testing better ways to protect environments and save lives with our innovations in fire detection and suppression systems.”


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