Steam engine museum gets Solid State fire alarm
Leading specialist fire and security company, Solid State, has completed a major fire alarm installation at a spectacular new steam engine museum in Lancashire.
Today the 2,500 horse-power engine fascinates visitors from all over the world but once fuelled the machinery when the museum was a working cotton mill. Tourists can watch the engine itself running at the museum before learning all about the industrial revolution in the adjoining theatre.
A network of three 32-zone XFPs safeguards not only the irreplaceable antique machinery in the museum but also The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts Theatre which hosts live theatre, training workshops, acoustic music nights and children’s theatre.
Paul Turner, Senior Engineer at the rapidly expanding company said, “It was a privilege to be asked to protect such an important piece of our heritage. As an NSI Gold and BAFE SP203 accredited company, we pride ourselves on installing only the best equipment and I am confident the XFP system will provide the museum with the highest levels of fire protection for many years to come.”
With over 30 years’ experience in the installation and maintenance of fire detection, security systems, voice alarm and public address systems, Solid State is one of the UK’s leading specialist electrical installation companies. The company is BAFE SP203 accredited, an affiliated member of the NICEIC (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting) and a member of the Fire Industry Association.
For more information, contact Solid State on 01257 463018.