Deafgard Fire Alarm - black
The Equality Act 2010 states that service providers such as hoteliers and suppliers of sleeping accommodation are legally obliged to make reasonable adjustment for the disabled, which includes deaf and hard of hearing people.
In the event of fire, deaf or hard of hearing people might not be able to hear the fire alarm, especially when they are asleep. This is a high risk, life threatening situation. Deafgard enables deaf and hard of hearing people to be made aware when the fire alarm sounds whilst they are sleeping.
Deafgard is a battery powered, wireless unit with a pad attachment that simply goes under the pillow of the sleeping person. Deafgard is listening for a continuous fire alarm of 75dBA or higher. When the fire alarm sounds the pillow pad vibrates, high intensity LED lights flash and an LCD screen displays ‘fire’.
- No installation required
- Wireless technology
- Ensures compliance with elements of the Equality Act 2010
- Fail-to-safe dual battery supply
- Alarm clock facility for deaf or hard of hearing people
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Complies with the relevant parts of BS 5446-3
- CE marked
Deafgard is a cost effective, safe and quick way to ensure that deaf and hard of hearing people are alerted in the event of a fire and it is a reasonable adjustment in line with the Equalities Act 2010. Deafgard can also be leased, the cost of which includes installation, annual servicing and full warranty for the term of the contract.
Dimensions (mm): 115(H)x165(W)x125(D) Main casing height 55