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Our systems are so flexible that you can find them from multi-million construction sites and complex environments. This is a recent install in a recycling and composting facility in the Midlands. Find out more: https://t.co/aMAacr1oT9 #FireSafety

You'll find all our key WES product information and guides in our website member's area so day or night your technical documents are readily to hand. If you need more help you can always contact our customer helpline to speak to one of our trained experts: https://t.co/ZXRWyv8OJo

Each year several historic, listed and ordinary buildings are lost to fire during refurbishment works, protect your site with WES. https://t.co/huHGaYVSyC #heritage #firesafety

WES+ was specifically chosen by the @InterserveNews fire protection team as it met their insurer’s expectation that the temporary fire alarm system should ‘mirror the hardwired system’ fitted at Stanford Hall. View our case study: https://t.co/GlPFAxhOMY #FireSafety #heritage

Our product range is designed and engineered with construction industry experts to develop a fire safety system that is both compliant and convenient and practical to use on site. Visit our knowledge hub to find out more: https://t.co/qSvvxycA4U

Hear from Paul Henson our Sales and Marketing Director how following the fire at Notre Dame, businesses need to make a firm commitment to better protect the heritage and historic buildings they are trusted with during refurbishment projects. https://t.co/huHGaYVSyC

Jon from Ramtech's WES team discusses why he is supporting Marie Curie whilst on a training walk for the Ramtech 3 Peaks Challenge 2019. To support the cause, please share and visit: https://t.co/Pqu2HjmhxL

If you're concerned about the risk of electrical fire to your business, talk to us. WES Hotspot is more intuitive than protective devices such as MCBs & RCDs. It responds to the excessive heat caused by wiring faults & overloads, some of the leading causes of electrical fires.

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