Press Releases

Patol Heat & Flame Fire Protection for Industrial Conveyor Systems

October 2016

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Patol Transit Heat Detector: A Patol mixed fuel Transit Heat Detector operating in a plant in Korea.

With thousands of roller conveyors in use in all kinds of industries around the world, Patol, the UK manufacturer of industrial fire detection systems and flame sensors, is advocating the installation of specialist fire protection above the conveyor systems. The day-to-day operation of many systems has the potential to transfer any fire from the belt into the whole processing plant - whatever the application.

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New Detectors Bring Improved Flexibility to Aspirating Smoke Detection

May 2016

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Patol will be exhibiting on Stand C125 at Firex International 2016 to introduce the latest developments in the Securiton SecuriRAS range of aspirating smoke detection (ASD) systems.  Patol will be returning to the global fire safety exhibition, having announced at the 2015 show that the company had been appointed as the official UK distributor for Securiton’s ASD. 

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Aspirating proves a cool solution for Lynas Foodservice

November 2015

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A new Food Outlet for the largest family-operated food service distributor in Ireland is demonstrating the versatility of the Securiton aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system to work in the harshest of environments.

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Patol to exhibit at Intersec 2016

November 2015

Patol Ltd, a privately owned British company that manufactures and supplies a range of fire detection products suitable for industrial and commercial applications, will be exhibiting at the Intersec 2016 exhibition from 17-19 January, 2016 in Dubai.

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Patol Protects Premier

October 2015

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Patol’s Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC) has been installed in a fish processing plant in Ireland to protect the facility from any fire event occurring in the three blast freezers which are central to its operation.  The digital cable was installed in the blast freezers of Premier Fish Products, each approximately 100 square metres, where temperatures are regularly set as low as -40°C to preserve the freshly caught pelagic fish. 

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Patol protecting residents and their vehicles in Dublin

September 2015

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Fire detection systems from Patol, a global leader in the design and manufacture of specialist products for industrial applications, are now providing protection in various residential car parks in Ireland.  Following the installation of systems utilising Patol’s analogue, resettable Linear Heat Detection Cable (LHDC) in two lots of apartments, residents in Dublin are now assured that they will receive early warning of any potential threat of fire emanating from the underground areas where they park their cars.

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