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Fire Extinguisher Maintenance
Portable fire extinguishers and other portable fire fighting equipment such as fire blankets should be inspected and serviced regularly to ensure they will operate correctly in the event of fire.
Fire Extinguisher Installation
Our expert team of Engineers can quickly assess the risks and provide a survey and quotation on the required equipment. Please Contact Us for more information or to book a free Engineer survey.
Fire Alarm Maintenance
Our team of experienced professional engineers are trained to the highest possible standards and can service your system in accordance with BS5839-1:2017
Fire Alarm Design & Installation
Our expert fire alarm design team can design any fire alarm system either off plan or by survey and follow the job through right up to commissioning and Routine Maintenance.
Dry Riser Testing
A Dry Riser is a system of valves and pipework which enables the Fire Service to pump large quantities of water on to the upper floors of tall buildings for fighting fires.
Fire & First Aid Training
Ofqual regulated training. Our courses are delivered by a team of experienced instructors in both the fire industry and the medical profession

Emergency Light Installation


What is emergency lighting?


Lighting that automatically comes on when the power supply to the normal lighting provision fails.

Emergency lighting is a general term and is sub-divided into emergency escape lighting and standby lighting.

  • Emergency escape lighting – that part of an emergency lighting system that provides illumination for the safety of people leaving a location or attempting to terminate a potentially dangerous process beforehand. It is part of the fire safety provision of a building and a requirement of The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

  • Standby lighting- that part of an emergency lighting system provided to enable normal activities to continue substantially unchanged. This guide does not include standby lighting as it is not a legal requirement and is a facility that may or may not be needed, depending on the use and occupancy of the premises, etc.

Emergency escape lighting is itself sub-divided into escape route lighting, open area lighting and high risk task area lighting.

Escape route lighting – that part of an emergency escape lighting system provided to ensure that the means of escape can be effectively identified and safely used by occupants of the building.

In modern new buildings, provisions for emergency lighting is taken into account during the design stage and is usually installed with the sustained lighting and other fixed electrical systems.


LED Emergency Lighting


M-Fire now stock a wide range of emergency light products and will install these as standard. Traditional fluorescent and halogen fittings can still be fitted although they are being phased out in favour of LED.

LED lighting has many more benefits, such as:
  • Lower Energy Consumption
  • Brighter, clearer light
  • No Need to Keep Replacing Tubes
  • Smaller and more discreet
  • Lower Maintenance Costs (Smaller Cheaper Batteries)


How Can M-Fire Help?


M-Fire can design, and install emergency lighting to any building either new build or existing buildings. Whether you require additional emergency lighting, replacement emergency lighting or you have none what so ever, we can help.

To find out more about how m-Fire could help or to book a free survey and quotation, please contact us today.



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