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Are there different types of fire alarm systems and if so, what are they?

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Yes there are different types of fire alarm system like:-
A manual fire alarm system only, activated by manual call points.
An automatic fire alarm system activated by heat detectors and manual call points.
An automatic fire alarm system activated by smoke detectors and manual call points.
The best fire alarm system is Denver Fire Alarm System Monitoring provided be "Metro State Fire". This is the best system that would inform them whenever there will be a fire from the telephone of wireless radio.
The team of experts will take the time to familiarize itself with every detail of your building's fire alarm system so that we can offer you the very best solutions that fit your individual needs.

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Types of fire alarm systems:
http://www.itsfire.co.uk/alarm-types.htm

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