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There are over 25,000 electrical fires in the UK each year. WES Hotspot has been designed specifically as a pre-ignition solution to stop electrical fires from happening. https://t.co/FhSuVEuHpZ

WES Hotspot offers you comprehensive protection from sockets to fuse box. It combines sensitive heat detectors and wireless technology to create a fully integrated system that not only stops fire from starting but also alerts your maintenance team https://t.co/FhSuVEuHpZ

Did you know that if you are an existing WES+ customer, you can easily upgrade to WES3 increasing your site protection with minimal cost & impact to your business? By deploying our new features you'll be able to further protect your site. Learn more: https://t.co/UHoDMZjRii

WES Hotspot is a pre-ignition solution. It stops an electrical fire before it starts, limiting the risk to life and damage to your building. Find out how in this video: https://t.co/qbIpZett7f

Watch this video to learn about all the features of WES3. If you're an existing WES customer, did you know that you can upgrade your system? To access our most advanced system yet call our customer service team on 0115 822 3424 #BeWESAlarmed https://t.co/CZZeVQm6Jv

WES3 comes with a market-leading 2-year warranty & 3-year battery life. The most advanced system we have produced with new features:

• Medical alert
• Optional inspection delay
• Pre-alarm functions
• Full isolation system test mode

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WES Hotspot is a pre-ignition solution. It stops an electrical fire before it starts, limiting the risk to life and damage to your building. Find out how in this video: https://t.co/qbIpZett7f

WES Hotspot is more intuitive than existing protective devices such as MCBs and RCDs, it responds to the excessive heat caused by wiring faults and overloads, some of the leading causes of electrical fires. Learn more: https://t.co/FhSuVEuHpZ

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