After 15 years of work, the National Museum of Serbia has recently completed an extensive €12 million refurbishment. Referred to as Belgrade’s cultural heart, the museum is now protected by state-of-the-art analogue Multi Sensors produced by leading life safety manufacturer, Hochiki Europe.
Decision makers at the museum needed a fire detection system that would reliably safeguard its comprehensive reconstruction. Set over six floors and housing 600 employees, it was essential the chosen products could be easily used and managed throughout the premises – Hochiki Europe’s ACC-EN(SCI) offered the protection needed.
The ACC-EN(SCI) is Hochiki Europe’s current multi-sensor that features three modes of operation incorporating the detection of fire through either its optical elements, its thermal element or both elements simultaneously, helping reduce the risk of false alarms. It is also one of three new generation of sensors incorporating an integral short-circuit isolator, specifically developed for the European market and its requirements.
For more information, visit: https://www.hochikieurope.com/acd
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