What do you think is most dangerous about fire?
No, not the heat. Even though, for example, a part of a candle flame can become up to 1300 degrees Celsius hot.
It is the smoke that forms beforehand, which consists of gases that cause you to pass out. That is why many people often do not manage to leave a burning house or flat in time when fires start in the night. You’re even less likely to notice the smoke if you're asleep because your nose is asleep as well.
Smoke detectors provide early warning of fire smoke. This way you are warned in advance and can leave the building in good time. In addition to stand-alone smoke detectors and networked radio smoke alarms, we also offer hazard detectors that warn of excessive gas concentrations (butane, carbon monoxide), a fire extinguisher spray and a fire blanket.