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Malta’s Primary Power Source Offers Advanced Protection

A key part of Malta’s power network, the 2012 extension of the Delimara Power Station, is being protected by a new fire system from industry-leading fire manufacturer Advanced.

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Advanced Fire Systems Adopts New Global Brand

Leading North American fire business, Advanced Fire Systems Inc (AFSI), has rebranded as Advanced with new corporate and product identities, ensuring a consistent brand in all of the international territories in which it operates.

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Advanced Completes Global Rebrand

Advanced Electronics has recently launched a global brand that unifies its international operations and reflects the market-leading values and product advantages that have quietly made it a global success story.

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The Highest Performance at Advanced

Western Europe’s tallest building, The Shard, is protected by an intelligent fire panel network from Advanced.

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Advanced Protection for Romanian National Library

The priceless collections of the new National Library of Romania, a landmark building in the heart of Bucharest, will be kept safe thanks to an array of ExGo suppression control panels from global intelligent fire systems manufacturer Advanced.

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Advanced Continues Global Growth with Manufacturing Expansion

To meet continuous demand for its cutting edge products, leading fire systems manufacturer Advanced has recently made a significant, seven figure investment in additional, state-of-the-art production facilities in Northumberland.

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Advanced Specified for London’s The Shard

Western Europe’s highest building, The Shard, is protected by an intelligent fire panel network from Advanced.

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UK City of Culture Gets Advanced Protection

A networked fire system driven by Advanced’s intelligent MxPro, multiprotocol, fire panels has just been installed to protect a £9.5m historic restoration.

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