Fixfire® offers enhanced Access Control for entry/exit points in secure environments.
We will engineer the door interlock requirements for your main entrance area to suit your exact requirements.
KeyCall® is a revolutionary patent-pending Key Operated Fire Alarm Activation Device which has been developed specifically for ‘approved’ applications where standard fire alarm call points would be vulnerable to abuse. Developed by Fixfire® in response to growing demand from the Mental Health Care sector, KeyCall® is a revolutionary one-piece analogue addressable key operated manual call point.
Compatible with a wide range of Conventional and Addressable Fire Alarm Systems.
KeyCall® accepts a Euro-Profile style cylinder
Typically suited/keyed-alike cylinders are fitted so that authorised persons can activate KeyCall® using their standard door key.
Key ‘Click-latch’ mechanism ensures key ‘latches’ in correct position to activate Fire Alarm System.
Anti-ligature low-profile flush-mounting design.
Neat minimalistic one piece construction incorporating Fire Alarm interface module.
Red fire indicator illuminates when KeyCall® is activated.
Compatible with a wide range of Conventional and Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
- Mental Healthcare
- Special Educational Needs (SEN) School
British Standard Design requirements...
- Install AFD to voids greater than 800mm
- Treat downward projections exceeding 10% of the void depth as wall
BS5839-Part 1:2013 states:
22.2d) If the system Category is such that automatic fire detection should be provided in any area that contains a horizontal void of 800 mm or more in height, automatic fire detection should also be provided in the void.
22.3j) Ceiling obstructions, such as structural beams, deeper than 10% of the overall ceiling height should be treated as walls [see Figure 10a)]. NOTE 10 Within horizontal voids, beams or obstructions that are deeper than 10% of the overall depth of the void regardless of whether the void is above the ceiling or below the floor, ought to be treated as walls that subdivide the void.