We are proud to announce that BTS Yangin are now providing Bandweaver Linear Heat Detection (LHD) for the Allianz Technik Earthquake and Fire Test and Training Center in Istanbul. Read more
Bandweaver Technology shortlisted in two categories at the FSM Awards 2022
Bandweaver Technology, a global provider of fiber optic sensing solutions, is delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for two prizes at the Fire and Security Matters (FSM) Awards 2022.
The awards, run in conjunction with the Fire Industry Association are designed to recognise excellence and innovation in the fire and security sectors. Bandweaver Technology have been shortlisted in two categories, for ‘Security Manufacturer of the Year’ and ‘Fire Safety Systems Manufacturer of the Year’. Read more
South African Mine Conveyorbelt Project – New Contract Win
HMA Group in South Africa recently won a project to deploy 3 FireLaser DTS to monitor several conveyor belts in a mine, these will be utilised for early detection of fire and ensure a rapid response to any alert. The DTS controllers will also be connected to the Bandweaver MaxView integrated software platform which will provide operators of the exact location of any potential fire.
Gaziray Metro, Turkey – New Contract Win
We are proud to announce that BTS Yangin has been awarded the contract for Linear Heat Detection (LHD) for the Gaziray metro project using the Bandweaver FireLaser DTS systems.
Bandweaver’s superior fiber optic linear heat detection solution outperforms competition for the protection of industrial plants and buildings
Despite the obvious challenges of 2020, large-scale, industrial and manufacturing sites will always carry a significant fire risk. It’s as important as ever to manage and reduce that risk. Now is the time to make the safety and protection of people, assets and property a priority. Whether a fire begins intentionally, due to human error or because of dangerous environmental conditions, the costs can be substantial. According to a recent report by the Fire Protection Association, the estimated loss caused by fire damage in UK industrial processing and manufacturing plants between 2010 and 2019 was £808 million*. Evidently, traditional fire detection and suppression solutions are not up to scratch. Read more