Kentec reaches new heights in Bulgaria
Kentec fire control panels are protecting two new prestigious buildings in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia; the Bulgaria Tower and the twin towers of the Karol Finance Building.
Both buildings have been designed and built to the highest modern standards, with each projecting a unique architectural footprint. And such high technological standards are reflected in the specification of Kentec fire control panels by SECTRON Security & Communication Systems Ltd, a leading and widely respected Bulgarian Fire and Security System Integrator.
A Kentec 6-loop Syncro analogue addressable fire control panel with two additional repeaters has been installed in the Bulgaria Tower. The system being supported by Hochiki open protocol fire data communications, and integrated to inputs such as lifts and the sprinkler system via Hochiki interface modules.
Similarly, the Karol Finance towers are protected by a Kentec 2-loop Syncro analogue addressable fire control panel with the system integrated via Hochiki interface modules to inputs including lifts, fire doors, and smoke exhaust systems with Hochiki smoke and multi sensors installed throughout both buildings.
A spokesperson for Sectron says, ‘These buildings are constructed using only high-quality materials and precise architectural planning. This precision is matched by our choice of Kentec panels and Hochiki devices, which support our aim to create open protocol systems that ensure optimum detection whilst minimising the potential for unwanted alarms.’