System Sensor Europe
- KAC House, Thornhill Road, North Moons Moat, United Kingdom
System Sensor is the world’s largest manufacturer of analogue addressable and conventional fire detection devices for commercial applications. As part of Honeywell – a $36 billion diversified technology company employing 120,000 people in 95 countries around the world – we enjoy unparalleled support. This has enabled us to consolidate our position as worldwide leader for technology, manufacturing quality and, more importantly, total cost of ownership of fire detectors.
Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Trieste, Italy are complemented by a global network of fire systems integration and distribution partners, who serve end-users, consulting engineers and specifiers.
By entering into partnerships with fire engineering, distribution companies and panel manufacturers, who share our commitment to quality, service and support, we make certain that our products are taken to market in the most effective, ethical and responsible manner. These partners have exclusive access to our products. This ensures that we can fully support their customers’ businesses and provide end-users with the safeguards and guarantees that we believe are critical to a life-protecting system.
Our approach includes marketing, sales, technical support and back-up to those who will ultimately install, commission and maintain the system in the end-users’ premises. Furthermore, we share all the best-practice knowledge that we’ve gained over the years with our partners to help their businesses stay ahead.
Whether you want to sell our products under the System Sensor name or that of your own, you’ll find us equally accommodating. Custom-built housings can be produced for our conventional and analogue addressable ranges, and dedicated communication protocols are available for the latter.
We pride ourselves on being first to recognise and harness new technologies to set new standards in fire detection and immunity to false alarms. We are also at the forefront of standards and work with the approval bodies across Europe to improve fire safety approvals.