Seal of approval for Bryland Fire

Seal of approval for Bryland Fire

We are delighted to announce accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.

This is a third party vetting and accreditation process which assesses our health and safety arrangements, policies and qualifications. Earlier last month we received the DSC Award for ‘Data Centre Physical Security and Fire Suppression Product’ for the second year running.

This is a third party vetting and accreditation process which assesses our health and safety arrangements, policies and qualifications. Earlier last month we received the DSC Award for ‘Data Centre Physical Security and Fire Suppression Product’ for the second year running.

Throughout the whole of our business from the on-site service engineers, customer support, training department and procurement teams, we are all passionate about the quality of the products and service we provide. Our year on year success can be directly attributed to satisfied clients repeatedly returning to use a company they have grown to trust.

This accreditation sits alongside other competency and quality awards we have achieved such as BAFE SP101 and 203-1, BSI, as well as being an approved GENT agent.

Graham Turner

Managing Director, Bryland Fire

For more information about our accreditations and awards please view here.

Award Winners – 2nd Year Running!

Award Winners – 2nd Year Running!

We were delighted to receive the DCS (Data Centre Solutions) ‘Physical Security and Fire Suppression Product of the Year 2017’ at last week’s ceremony, at Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London. Pictured here receiving the award are Managing Director, Graham Turner (centre), and Technical Manager Chris Wright (right).

 

This award is in recognition of the combined hard work and continued determination of the whole team at Bryland to deliver an exceptional customer experience – well done team!

 

Watch this space – an announcement to follow regarding some additional services on offer too.

Bryland Achieve World’s First in Fire Suppression!

Bryland Achieve World’s First in Fire Suppression!

Earlier this month in conjunction with one of our key suppliers, Jactone, we proudly became the first company to achieve Approved Installer status for Jactone PAFSS® LPCB certified LPS1666 Fire Suppression Systems!

PAFSS is manufactured under the ISO 9001 quality system and was the first equipment in the world to be certified to a new LPCB Standard, LPS1666, with Jactone the first company to obtain this third party approval, in recognition of the performance of their Direct Pneumatic Tube based suppression systems. Moreover, Jactone’s system is the only system currently certified with design allowance for ‘’Enclosed or Open Vents’ and ‘Forced & Natural Airflow’.

Graham Turner, our Managing Director explained, ‘We refuse to compromise on quality, insisting that our customer service, technical and design engineers are the best trained and knowledgeable in the industry. We source, collaborate and only supply premium quality manufactured products to ensure longevity and value for their clients.’ He went on ‘So when Jactone introduced PAFSS, we were delighted that they asked Bryland Fire Protection to be the first team to receive the training and qualify to represent and install this innovative fire suppression solution.’

 

As an authorized installer of PAFSS, Bryland Fire Protection are partnering with innovative, pioneering suppliers to continue to offer the most advanced and effective fire suppression solutions to both our industrial and commercial clients.

The creation of the new LPS1666 standard is significant for the fire industry as this now means that consultants, specifiers and project managers are able to confidently add PAFSS to their portfolio of recognised solutions when advising clients on the optimum fire protection solution to suit their needs. This recent product introduction follows further developments within Bryland Fire. A wide range of training and e-learning courses are now available to book online which include Health and Safety Essentials, First Aid at Work, Food Hygiene and Driver Safety.

More information about the products and services available at Bryland Fire Protection,  can be viewed throughout our website or call 01384 573 350 to speak to one of our trained advisers.

As an authorized installer of PAFSS, Bryland Fire Protection are partnering with innovative, pioneering suppliers to continue to offer the most advanced and effective fire suppression solutions to both our industrial and commercial clients.

The creation of the new LPS1666 standard is significant for the fire industry as this now means that consultants, specifiers and project managers are able to confidently add PAFSS to their portfolio of recognised solutions when advising clients on the optimum fire protection solution to suit their needs. This recent product introduction follows further developments within Bryland Fire. A wide range of training and e-learning courses are now available to book online which include Health and Safety Essentials, First Aid at Work, Food Hygiene and Driver Safety.

 

More information about the products and services available at Bryland Fire Protection,  can be viewed throughout our website or call 01384 573 350 to speak to one of our trained advisers.

Bryland Attend the FIA Annual Lunch

Bryland Attend the FIA Annual Lunch

The Team from Bryland Fire attended the FIA (Fire Industry Association) AGM & Annual Lunch at the Hilton Bankside Hotel in London on November 10th 2016.

At the lunch they were delighted to be presented with the Hygood Award for Outstanding Sales Growth of Hygood Fire Suppression. This was in recognition of Being Hygood’s Leading Distributor of their Fire Suppression products during 2016.

 

Bryland have been a distributor of Hygood products which represent some of the best quality Fire Suppression products available in the UK for over 10 years.

Managing Director Graham Turner commented – It was an honour to receive this Award on behalf of the Bryland Team. We have worked well with Hygood over the years and it is great for them to recognise the achievement of our Company and our people in being their leading UK Distributor.

Support Grant on his Fundraising Journey!

Support Grant on his Fundraising Journey!

We are excited to announce that Grant, our Suppression Installation Manager, is completing his 10th charity cycle ride this year and all the proceeds that he raises will be donated to Limbcare –  to which his father was a double amputee.

If you would like to support Grant and make a donation then you can log on his page by clicking hereAll donations would be much appreciated and gratefully received.

We all are wishing Grant the best of luck and ongoing support in his journey!

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Case Study: MICC Cables installed in Pen-Y-Clip Tunnel

Case Study: MICC Cables installed in Pen-Y-Clip Tunnel

Bryland shows the flexibility to succeed, even with MICC cable – on another Tunnel Support Building project installing 2 x IG55 Inert Gas systems.

The Pen-Y-Clip tunnel on the A55 close to Penmaenmawr in North Wales is a road tunnel opened in late 1993 and is approx. 934m long. It is operated on a daily basis by Costain on behalf of the Highways Agency. The tunnel support services (lights, ventilation, emergency phones etc) are supported by the two Tunnel Support Buildings, one at each end of the tunnel (named East and West) and when the requirement came to upgrade the backup generators and their rooms, a requirement for Gas Fire Suppression was immediately identified to protect the continuity of the facilities, thereby keeping drivers safe during their  journey through the tunnels.

A specification was put together by the consultants, which identified IG55 Inert Gas – something that Bryland are very familiar  with, but to everybody’s surprise, MICC (Mineral Insulated Copper Cable or “Pyro” as it used to be known as) was specified for all  interconnections on the two Fire Suppression Systems. MICC cable has all but been superseded by soft skinned FP200 cable on most projects these days, but in some projects like these where the cable are liable to attack from an aggressive atmosphere (it is literally yards from the North Wales coast), it is still asked for.

Click here to read more about this case study.