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SMOKE
ALARM
&
HEAT
DETECTORS
Each apartment has a mains operated smoke and heat detector. The alarm will sound if it detects
fire or potential risk of fire.
Typically there is one heat detector located on the kitchen ceiling and one smoke detector in the
hallway.
The detector units are mains powered with an internal dry cell back-up battery (which should not
need to be changed); which constantly monitor the immediate areas.
When a potential fire risk condition occurs the alarm units will sound. If necessary you should
follow your emergency evacuation procedure.
If the activation is a false alarm, the unit may be silenced by pressing the ‘Test/Hush’ button for a
few seconds. This action will silence the alarm for approximately 10 minutes after which the unit
will automatically re-set. However, if the smoke density increases when in silenced mode, the
alarm will automatically restart.
1
2
Heat
Detector
Smoke alarm
located in the
hallway
ceiling
mounted in
the kitchen
Note
Fire and smoke detector system testing and maintenance
It is advised that every 6 months you should switch off the
power to the alarm (located in the consumer unit see Section
4.1), and gently vacuum through the vents of the alarm with a
soft brush attachment. Switch the power back on and test the
alarm.
Back up battery replacements
To indicate that a battery needs to be changed the detector unit
will beep every 40 seconds – use only batteries recommended by
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