Gas Detectors by Peak Alarm

Gas Detectors

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 Larry@peakalarm.com www.peakalarm.com for pricing for any type of gas, smoke or flame detectors

To protect life and property there are several different kinds of detectors, Smoke detectors both beam and spot and they come in different flavors such as ION or photoelectric or even multicriteria.

Carbon Monoxide CO detectors – Known as the silent killer which is the leading cause of accidental poisening (See AMA) Caused by fuels not burning completely.
Carbon Dioxide CO2 detectors – also oderless and very dangerous
Nitrogen Dioxide NO2 detectors – by project of burning bydrocarbons
Natural gas detectors

Example some systems are set up in a garage area to detect gas and then turn on large fans to evacuate the gas making it safe to breath inside again. Call for quote.

Utah requires fire alarm tests at businesses

Fire and Security Alarms

Hire NICET certified techs for your fire alarm jobs.

Utah law requires that business fire alarm systems be tested at least once a year and that a tag be hung on the system signed by someone that meets the qualifications to test fire alarm systems in the state as adopted by the State Fire Marshal’s office.

Peak Alarm has several NICET technicians that can test your system, tag it and present you with the required paperwork that is needed. Peak Alarm has factory trained techs that are also certified through the State Fire Marshal’s office and NICET certified.

Call Larry Love to set up inspections at your facility at (801) 428 1384 Larry@PeakAlarm.com and you can visit our web site at Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love

If you have questions about what needs to be tested we would be happy to answer any of your questions and concerns. We can come to your place of business and go over the procedure and the cost of the testing. Often there are more systems and items connected to the fire alarm than you are aware of. Many times your insurance company will require that additional tests as per the National Fire Alarm code be done. NFPA 72.

Fire Alarm Panels
Voice Evacuation Panels and microphones
Mass Notification Panels
Fire Alarm communicators, radios, cellular communicators and dialers
Elevator Recall
Pull Stations
Smoke Detectors
CO Detectors
Heat Detectors
Automatic Dampers that shut upon fire alarm
Duct Detectors
Flow valves that indicate water is moving through the fire sprinkler system
Tamper valves that electronically monitor if the water has been shut off
PIV Valves
OS&Y valves
Remote Test switches
CM modules / relays
Ansul Systems and hood systems for fire suppression notification
Strobes
Horns
Horn/Strobes
Speakers
Power Supplies
Batteries in all the panels (Batteries should be changed every 3 to 5 years)
Door holders (magnets that drop doors upon fire alarm)
Access Control should release the doors upon fire alarm
Addressable modules

Peak Alarm has been in business for 47 years since 1969 serving the public by installing systems and monitoring them. Peak has a pull Guard and Patrol Division as well as our UL listed Monitoring Center where every employee is 5 Diamond Certified. We have an AV Division and our Alarm Division is top of the line. Peak can take care of your Fire Alarm System inspections and repairs. Call Larry Love to set up an appointment (801) 428 1384

CO Detectors expire

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This is real fish just not crab. It is quick and with rice and some butter or a sauce it’s great. Also in soup or stir fry

You would not eat expired fish knowing you might get very sick, on the same note you would be best served to replace your smokes and COs before they no longer function as effectively.

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Did you know that CO detectors expire normally in 5 or 7 years?

Smoke Detectors should also be replaced every 10 years, with the new technology it is prudent to replace them anyway.

Also there is a new low frequency horn out (520mhz) that wakes people up better that you will soon see on the market that is now part of the new NFPA 72 code.

Call Larry Love at Peak Alarm (801) 428 1384 or email Larry@PeakAlarm.com for Utah and Idaho