Fire Detection Alarms Systems

Authorised distributors & agents in Ireland for Global Manufacturers AMPAC

Irish Standard IS3218:2013

AMSL Group service, install, repair, replace and upgrade conventional, addressable and wireless fire detection alarm systems to Irish Standard IS3218:2013.

European Standard EN54

Our range of fire detection alarm panels conform to European Standard EN54. We can also supply and install beam detectors or linear heat fire detection in areas where point to point smoke detection is not practical.

Fire Engineering Systems Association (FESA)

AMSL Group are agents in Ireland for Ampac & Apollo products & members of the Fire Engineering Systems Association (FESA) in Ireland no. 10185


AMSL Group are authorised distributors & agents in Ireland for Global Manufacturers AMPAC Fire detection alarm panels and Apollo fire alarm devices. Our expertise in a wide range of fire alarm systems makes us your ideal partner for service maintenance installations repairs and upgrading or replacing conventional and intelligent addressable wired and wireless fire detection alarm systems to Irish Standard IS3218:2013. At AMSL Group we offer a complete free of charge consultation service to businesses and organisations, from design, installation and commissioning through to certification, all with a comprehensive warranty for extra peace of mind. Once the installation is complete, we provide handover documentation and certificates, and can arrange staff fire training, fire alarm system demonstrations evacuation procedures and certified Service Maintenance contract agreements with 24/7 emergency call out service.

Our range of fire detection alarm panels conform to European Standard EN54. We can also supply and install beam detectors or linear heat fire detection in areas where point to point smoke detection is not practical.

Further options AMSL Group offer our clients include Air Sampling systems which are designed to detect fire in its early stages. This type of system is recommended for critical facilities such as data centres, computer rooms, clean rooms, prison cells, shopping centres and atriums. AMSL Group also provides fire detection solutions where wires can’t or shouldn’t penetrate walls, our range of wireless fire detection from worldwide manufacturer Apollo offer the Xpander addressable intelligent range of fire detection suitable and practical for listed or protected buildings which is becoming an evermore popular alternative to wired fire alarm systems.

Our internal design criteria always complies with the codes of practice as outlined in Irish Standard I.S:3218:2013 for Fire detection and Fire Alarm Systems for Buildings – System Design, Installation, Servicing and Maintenance. AMSL Group technicians are furnished with the most up to date technical equipment available on the market to carry out design for all small, medium and large-scale projects.

Our team of electricians are fully qualified and competent to facilitate installation of every desirable fire detection alarm system for a new or existing building. Upon final completion of any installation of the fire alarm system, our team of commissioning engineers will attend site to commission the fire alarm system. This is a process involving the positioning of all the devices to the bases which will have been fixed in position during installation. All of the respective devices will have been previously addressed so that once the fire alarm panel sees the device it will receive that address. This address can in turn be given a name to correspond with the area of the building in which the device is located. Following the device upload the sounders must be checked to ensure the correct level of decibels.

The Fire Services Acts 1981 & 2003, Fire Precautions (workplace) 1997, and Regulatory Reform (fire safety) 2005 place a legal responsibility on all employers to achieve an appropriate standard of fire safety. The “responsible person” is the person/s who owns or controls the business and/or the owner of the property in the case of multi-occupied buildings and it is their responsibility to ensure that a regular Fire Safety Audit is carried out. In order to ensure compliance with the Fire Services Acts 1981 & 2003, the fire safety within an organisation should be assessed in accordance with fire safety guidance documents and codes of practice.

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HSSD Air Sampling Systems

This is Laser-based high-sensitivity smoke detection system designed to detect fire in its early stage. This type of system is recommended for critical facilities such as data centres, computer rooms, clean rooms, prison cells, shopping centres, atriums & listed buildings. Our range of aspiration systems that we offer are the HART XL, the STRATUS HSSD quatro, the senator and micra range.