Fire Solutions

At Eye Spy Security & Fire we install most types of Fire Alarm systems.

From new systems to maintenance and remedial work on existing systems we can ensure your system and building remain compliant. We provide and maintain both Conventional and Analogue Addressable systems.

If you have received a Fire Report for your new project or alteration and aren’t 100% clear on what you require then call us today! We have vast experience across both NZ and the Pacific Islands.

Where Non-Brigade connected systems are specified we specialize in connecting and monitoring of fire solutions via your security system giving you peace of mind 24×7. We have included a brief breakdown below to help you with some of the terminology.

  • Type 2: – A fire alarm system with manual call points, connected to the fire brigade
  • Type 2f: – A fire alarm system with manual call points, not connected to the fire brigade
  • Type 3b: – A suffix that designates a Type 4 or a Type 6 system is required instead wherever there is only a single escape route.
  • Type 3f: – A Type 3 fire detection and alarm system, non brigade connected
  • Type 4: – A fire detection and alarm system with manual call points and smoke detectors, connected to the fire brigade
  • Type 4f: – A Type 4 fire detection and alarm system, which is not connected to the fire brigade.
  • Type 5: – A variation of a Type 4 for sleeping accommodation areas. Smoke detectors do not sound a general alarm or call the fire brigade, but instead sound a “hush”-able local alarm and alert building management. Heat detectors or sprinklers in the same areas sound a general alarm and call the fire brigade
  • Type 6: – A fire sprinkler system connected to the fire brigade plus a Type 2 manual fire alarm system
  • Type 6f: – A Type 6 fire sprinkler system plus manual fire alarm system, non brigade connected
  • Type 7: – A fire sprinkler system connected to the fire brigade, plus a Type 4 or Type 4f fire detection and alarm system with smoke detectors and manual call points
  • Type 7e: – A variation of a Type 7 that requires the Type 4 component to be a Type 5 within sleeping accommodation areas
  • Type 7f: – A Type 7 fire sprinkler system plus Type 4 fire detection and alarm system, non brigade connected