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About Us

We deal in all kinds of security systems i.e.Fire Extinguishers water type, carbon dioxide type, Dry Chemical Powder type,Fire Hydrant ,Mechanical foam type fire extinguishers,CCTV fire alarm system and commercial fire alarm system.


We are an authorized dealer of Safex



Clients



We have been dealing with Government & Public Sector.

Our Product Range

» Fire Extinguisher
» Fire Extinguisher Accessories
» Automatic Fire Extinguisher
» Fire Fighting Accessories
» Sprinklers
» Fire Sensors / Smoke Detectors
» Fire Detection & Alarm Systems
» Safety Signages
» Non Glow Signages



Annual Maintenance Contract

Annual Contract for refilling, servicing and maintenance of Fire Extinguishers.



Categories of Fire Extinguishers

There are several types of fire extinguishers. They have been specially designed for determined types of burning material. Why? As we have gained more experience on this theme, we have learned that some extinguishing agents are better than others when you use them on wood, liquids or electrical equipment:

Class A

This type of extinguisher was created for combustible materials based on cellulose, like paper, wood or cardboard, or materials like cloth, styrofoam, trash or plastics. Its markings are a green triangle with an A inside and a black square with burning wood and a burning trashcan.

Class B

It involves flammable liquids and greases. Some examples are gasoline, kerosene, oil, paint, solvent and rubber cement. It is represented by a B within a red square and a black square with a burning gas can.

Class C

The Class C extinguishers are those made for electrical fires. Represented by a blue circle with a C inside and a square with a burning plug and socket, they were created for extinguishing fires created within a computer, an appliance or a fuse box.

Class D

This kind of extinguisher was designed for flammable metals, like sodium, magnesium or titanium. They have a yellow star with a D inside.

Class K

Although it’s also used for oils, this extinguisher was specially created for commercial kitchens. It’s a rare kind of extinguisher since it only has eight years in the market. Most restaurants still use the Class B extinguisher.

Product















  • ABC Type Fire Extinguisher
  • Water CO2 Type Fire Extinguisher
  • Dry Chemical Powder Type Fire Extinguisher
  • Carbon Dioxide Type Fire Extinguisher
  • Mechanical Foam (AFFF) Type Fire Extinguisher
  • Automatic Modular Fire Extinguisher
  • Hose Box & Hose Reel
  • Hydrant System Accessories

Services Offered

The company is a trusted service provider undertaking various large scale and small scale turnkey projects such as:

  • Installing Fire Alarm Systems
  • Commissioning Smoke Detection Systems
  • Installing CCTV
  • Installing Hydrant Systems,
  • Commissioning CO2/Hallon Flooding Systems, etc


Technician Team

We have technician team in all region.


Location of Fire Extinguishers

Be sure that everyone in the family knows where they are located and how to use them.




February 16, 2009

Supply and AMC

Fire Extinguishers: New and Refill and AMC
CCTV Cameras:
New and AMC
Fire Alarm Systems:New and AMC
Smoke Detectors:
New and AMC
Fire Hydrants Systems:New and AMC

Biggest Fires in History

















  • 1997- Brihadiswara temple fire by visitor using firecracker, at Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India, 60 killed, 200 injured on June 8
  • 1997 - Uphaar cinema fire, Green Park, New Delhi, 59 killed on June 13
  • 1997 - Pattaya Royal Resort Hotel fire, in Thailand, killing 88, on July 11
  • 1998 - Gothenburg nightclub fire in Gothenburg, Sweden, killing 63 on October 30
  • 2001 - Kyanguli Secondary school fire, Machakos, Eastern Province, Kenya, 68 killed on March 26
  • 2001 - Manor Hotel fire, Quezon City, Philippines, 75 killed on August 17
  • 2001 - Mesa Redonda shopping center fire, Lima, Peru, 291 killed on December 29
  • 2001 - Ramanathapuram Badasha mental Home fire, Erwadi, Tamil Nadu, India, 25 killed on August 13
  • 2001 - September 11 attacks - two planes deliberately flown into the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York City, sparked fires on multiple floors. The Twin Towers both completely collapsed 56 and 103 minutes later. Debris from the collapse of the North Tower sparked fires on multiple floors of World Trade Center Building 7, which also completely collapsed later in the day. A third plane crashed into the Pentagon, starting fires in that building.
  • 2002 - Shree Lee International footwear factory fire, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, 42 killed on June 26
  • 2004 - Ycuá Bolaños supermarket fire, Asuncion, Paraguay, kills 370, injures 500 on August 1.
  • 2005 - Arq Mosque fire in Teheran, Iran, fifty-nine killed on February 14
  • 2004 - Rangarajapuram wedding hall fire and kills fifty-five in Sri Rangam, Tamil Nadu, India on January 23.[citation needed]
  • 2004 - Sri Krishna Aided Higher Secondary School fire, Kumbakonam, Tamil-Nadu, India, killed 94 on July 16
  • 2006 - Kolkata leather factory fire kills at least nine people in India on November 22.
  • 2006 - Moscow hospital fire kills 45 drug addicts in a rehabilitation centre on December 9.
  • 2006 - Fire at store in Ormoc City, Philippines kills 24 [5]
  • 2007 - Nursing home fire at Kamyshevatskaya, Krasnodar, southern Russia, killed 63 on March 19
  • 2007 - Warehouse fire in Charleston, SC; 9 firefighters were killed battling the blaze.
  • 2007 - Warehouse fire in Atherstone-on-Stour, Warwickshire when four firefighters were killed
  • 2007 - Warehouse fire in Mexico City, Mexico where five people were killed
  • 2008 - 12-story retail and office building fire kills 3 firefighters in Ürümqi (China) on January 2 6
  • 2008 - Under constructing Korea 2000 refrigerated warehouse fire, Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, 40 killed, on January 7.

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