Nobel Fire Systems
- Unit 6, Southgate Industrial Estate, Green Lane, Heywood, Lancashire, OL10 1ND, United Kingdom
Nobel Fire Systems was established in 2003 after Nobel Enterprises, original manufacturers of the “Nobel Fire Systems” product range, completed a review of their operations following their acquisition by Troon Investments.
Now a privately owned, fully independent business Nobel Fire Systems have continued to manufacture and develop the range of Nobel fire suppression products, building on over 30 years of reliable, proven technology and have additionally invested in expanding our product range to provide a total package of fire protection solutions.
What we do
Our entire operational focus is on fire suppression technologies for special risk environments. We believe that early fire detection and fast effective suppression saves lives, plant, and property while also impacting positively on the environment. We offer a comprehensive range of services from risk-based analysis, consultation and design, through to distribution and installation. Our products are competitively priced, environmentally sound and have a track record of effectiveness in multiple user environments across the globe.
We’re continually looking for ways to provide added value service for our customers. Our approach is to work closely with all customers, gain a thorough understanding of their individual needs and provide a rapid service of the highest quality. In this way we ensure innovative, tailored and integrated solutions, reduced project risk and all delivered on time at agreed budgets. This proactive approach allows customers to focus on their own core operations, provides budget predictability and enhances existing asset utilisation. The experience within the Nobel Fire Systems team enables individual needs to be matched with the most appropriate fire suppression technology. And, as no single suppression medium or application method is suitable for all fire risk scenarios, the Nobel range of systems has been designed to cover all classes of fire – A, B, C, D-metal fires, E -electrical fires and F-fires in cooking oils.