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Cape Parts Distributors protect their premises with Nittan Evolution One

G-One Fire recently assisted Cape Parts Distributors in Port Elizabeth protect their building, staff and stock with a Nittan Evolution One.  Cape Parts Distributors specialises in brake and clutch hydraulic components.  Keeping the wide range of stock and specialist manufacturing equipment in good working order is essential to the...Read More »


New Conventional Voice Alarm

Introducing new cranford conventional voice alarms

It is well documented facts from research institutes that while only 13% of people react to bells or sirens, 75% will react to voice instructions.  While there is no doubt voice evacuation systems are an excellent solution to quickly and efficiently evacuate a building, whatever...Read More »


New ASD533 to expand high sensitivity smoke detection range

The new ASD533 from Securiton is a designed to meet the demands of zones sized areas that need longer pipe runs and more sampling points that currently available from the ASD531 and ASD532.

Coming complete with the smoke sensing unit, this one pipe detector is as simple to install as the...Read More »


G2 Joburg Ladies Day

A big thank you to all the ladies who joined us for our second Ladies in Fire Detection workshop held at the G2 HQ office in Joburg today 15th May.

We had a mix of ladies from various companies including FST Africa, Clayton Communications, Ghata Instrumentation, Firecon and TK Integrated.

We spent...Read More »


Ladies Day Workshop PE a great sucess!!

G2 held the first Ladies in Fire day in our PE Office on the morning of Wednesday 13th March.

The workshop session was offered free to any of the ladies working in fire detection companies in the area who wanted to learn a bit more about fire detection. Many...Read More »


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