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Evolution Launches Life Safety Systems Division

Evolution has launched a new dedicated Life Safety Systems division that builds on almost three decades of fire safety systems’ expertise in the UK.

Services to be provided by the new division include the design, installation and maintenance of critical safety systems including sprinklers, fire hydrants, automatic opening vents (AOVs) and gas suppression systems, as well as the provision of portable extinguishers.

It will also design and deliver Disabled Refuge solutions and Public Address/Voice Alarm (PA/VA) technologies in scenarios where the safe evacuation of large numbers of employees, residents, patients or guests (e.g in hospitals and hotels) is key.

The Life Safety Systems division will also provide new technical services including fire risk assessments and strategic risk assessments, as well as ongoing inspections and repairs of fire door systems and passive fire protection services.

Sam Burgess, Fire and Life Safety Systems Account Manager at Evolution, says: “There was a clear logic in extending our services from fire systems into the wider Life Safety Systems environment.

“The move means we can now provide new and existing clients with an expanded portfolio of services that help to ensure protection of people, property and assets, as well as supporting compliance.”

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