The Nittan Europe has been at the very forefront of the international fire protection industry since 1954 and has sales, R&D and manufacturing bases in Japan, China, Sweden and the UK. Throughout the world, Nittan has an enviable reputation for continuous innovation and exceptional quality. The group currently enjoys a £275m turnover worldwide and manufactures over four million detectors each year, while pursuing a commitment to total excellence in everything we do.
The Nittan Group was established in 1972 in the UK and has grown to become a major force in the EMEA fire protection industry. With the extensive support facilities of our Tokyo parent company, Nittan Europe now supplies in excess of 500,000 detectors per year, all of which are made to marine standard for exceptional quality.
Despite its position as a major global fire safety specialist company, Nittan always prides itself in providing a dedicated and personal service to its clients. When you look to Nittan to provide you with an optimum fire safety solution, you’ll enjoy all the major benefits of dealing with a world leader – while receiving a personal level of service and support that few large companies could ever hope to achieve.
There’s something very special about Nittan engineering, design and build quality. Unlike almost anyone else in the industry, he company has considerable specialist expertise in designing and supplying fire safety systems for some of the most demanding markets on earth. We have specialist divisions dedicated solely to engineering for oil refineries and marine applications for example. Both industries set safety standards well in excess of those demanded in most other fields.
Because we possess this expertise, we routinely apply it to everything we do, bringing the very highest standards of build quality, engineering excellence, high performance and unrivalled reliability into all areas of fire safety.
When you specify a Nittan system, you’ll directly benefit from this unrivalled expertise and commitment to standards far above the industry norm.