A few months after the opening of Sydney’s M4 East Motorway Tunnel, we were asked to supply remote control equipment for the tunnel fire hydrant system.
Steel cabinet with shelves for ten Pertronic Emergency Telephone System handsets. The cabinet features a clear polycarbonate window and a standard firefighter’s key lock.
A new building at our Lower Hutt headquarters opened in February. The two-storey building provides increased production capacity and additional space for our Research & Development Department.
The FAAST LT-200 aspirating smoke detector is the latest version of the FAAST LT. The LT-200 features a specially-designed high sensitivity infrared LED detection chamber.
Pertronic Industries provides two solutions for integrating fibre-optic linear heat detection (LHD) into Pertronic fire systems via Modbus.
Version 6.00 of our F220 & Net2 product range introduces new networking features that save time and enhance security.
The new VESDA-E VES aspirating smoke detector allows a single fire zone to be divided into up to four individually sampled sectors.
The 885-WP is a conventional weatherproof rate of rise heat detector with 60 °C static threshold, certified to AS 7240.5–2004 Type A2R.
Pertronic offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth remain open for business.
Pertronic FireMap Messaging Interface enables Pertronic FireMap® systems to automatically send email, pager, or printed messages in response to pre-determined events.